Fender 6G15 Reverb Unit Restoration

My man Andy Reidel brought me a hurtin’ original Fender 6G15 Reverb Unit for some cosmetic love. Electronically it was working perfectly and had a recent cap job. It really just needed to be completely stripped and then re-covered with… Continue Reading

Spring Reverb Tanks Explained

Kurt Prange over at Amplified Parts has a really great and in depth article about the inner workings of reverb tanks, In this article Kurt breaks down the many parts of the tank, outlines a few reverb circuits and gives… Continue Reading

New BYOC Reverb Pedal Kit!

The good folks over at BYOC saw a need for a great reverb pedal kit and are now delivering! The new BYOC Reverb pedal kit uses the Belton Digi-Log Reverb module which is regarded by pedal builders to be one… Continue Reading

New Boss FRV-1 “Fender Reverb” Now Available

 BOSS and Fender  have collaborated to create the FRV-1, a stunning recreation of the 1963 Fender Reverb. A staple sound of rockabilly, country, blues, surf rock and even grunge rock, this tube-driven reverb sound is now available in an affordable,… Continue Reading

New Fender FRV-1

 A classic reborn – the legendary sound of the1963 Fender Spring Reverb returns as a modern stompbox. BOSS and Fender USA have collaborated to create the FRV-1, a stunning recreation of the legendary ’63 Fender Reverb via COSM technology. The… Continue Reading

New T-Rex Engineering Tonebug Reverb Pedal!

T-Rex Engineering is proud to announce ToneBug Reverb, a stunning new reverb pedal built with one goal in mind: to bring dry, flat-sounding, bedroom-bound guitar playing to life. ToneBug Reverb simulates real-life performance environments – from huge echoey concert halls… Continue Reading

Van Amps “Sole-Mate”

  VanAmps, LLC is proud to introduce the newest member of the Reverbamate series, “Sole-Mate”. This analog spring reverb pedal is based on the original Reverbamate circuitry, which has become the reverb standard of choice for the serious guitar player the… Continue Reading

Tuesday’s Tip Of The Day: Turn Your Reverb Tank Upside Down!

After many years the springs in a Reverb tank can sag, particularly the long 14″ tanks. This sagging actually changes the tone of the tank making the reverb tone a little dark and muddy. The sagging also adds to the “sproingy” sound and… Continue Reading