Favorite Hardware Reverb Unit

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Re: Favorite Hardware Reverb Unit

Post by Calaverasgrande » Sat Aug 29, 2020 9:45 am

Mark wrote:
Sat Aug 29, 2020 3:28 am
Which models would you say are mid tier and how often do they pop up on Reverb or Ebay?
TC Electronic stuff like the M1XL, M2000, M3000 I guess?
But that is all quite old now. Feels strange to me to buy any new digital thing with a design over 15 years old.
If I'm going on Ebay or Reverb for a, wait for it, reverb.
I'm probably looking for a Lexicon with a number instead of a name for the model. Like the 60, 80 or 90.
But I was referring more to the state of retail reverbs for sale now. I'm not opposed to vintage stuff. But the market is such that I'd rather pay a little more for something new and avoid refurbishment and maintenance headaches. At least for the length of the warranty at least.

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Re: Favorite Hardware Reverb Unit

Post by Scodiddly » Sun Aug 30, 2020 7:06 pm

A hell of a lot of reverbs were sold to the live sound world, which these days is nearly 100% "plugin" processing. Either bundled with the digital console, or literally a Waves plugin on a nearby computer.

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