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2010s Behringer RV600 Reverb Machine Pedal Standard – used Behringer Reverb Bass Guitar Effect Pedal

£63.16

A Bass Reverb Guitar Effect Pedal – How would your guitar – or bass, or synth – sound if you struck a note on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon? The Behringer Reverb Machine RV600 g…

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The 2010s Behringer RV600 Reverb Machine Pedal Standard is in used condition and made by Behringer , it is a great Reverb Bass Standard Guitar Effect Pedal – How would your guitar – or bass, or synth – sound if you struck a note on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon? The Behringer Reverb Machine RV600 g… . Available from Just Pedals for only 63.16 (+delivery)

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Behringer is a prominent manufacturer of audio equipment, including mixers, amplifiers, signal processors, synthesizers, and digital effects units, known for their affordability and wide range of products. Founded in 1989 by Uli Behringer, the company has grown rapidly to become one of the largest manufacturers of audio equipment in the world.

Behringer’s product lineup covers a broad spectrum of audio equipment, catering to musicians, audio engineers, DJs, and live sound professionals. The company offers a variety of mixers, ranging from compact analog mixers for home studios to digital mixers with advanced features for live sound and recording applications.

In addition to mixers, Behringer produces a wide range of amplifiers, including guitar amps, bass amps, and powered PA speakers, as well as signal processors such as equalizers, compressors, and effects units. Behringer synthesizers, like the DeepMind series, have also gained popularity for their affordability and impressive sound quality.

Behringer is known for its commitment to providing high-quality audio equipment at affordable prices, making professional-grade gear accessible to a wide range of musicians and audio enthusiasts. However, the brand has also faced criticism and controversy over issues related to intellectual property rights and product cloning. Despite this, Behringer’s extensive product lineup continues to be popular among musicians and audio professionals seeking reliable and affordable audio solutions.

  • Bass
  • “Bass” in the context of guitar effects refers to effects pedals specifically designed for use with bass guitars. These pedals are tailored to enhance the low-end frequencies produced by bass guitars, allowing bassists to shape their tone, add texture, and explore new sonic possibilities.

    There are numerous types of bass effects pedals available, each offering unique ways to modify the bass guitar’s sound. Some common types of bass effects pedals include:

    1. **Overdrive and Distortion**: These pedals add gain and saturation to the bass signal, providing a gritty or distorted tone. Bass overdrive and distortion pedals can range from subtle tube-like warmth to aggressive fuzz-like saturation, allowing bassists to dial in their desired amount of grit and distortion.

    2. **Compression**: Compression pedals even out the dynamics of the bass signal by reducing the volume of loud notes and boosting the volume of softer notes. This helps to achieve a more consistent and punchy bass sound, with enhanced sustain and clarity.

    3. **EQ (Equalization)**: EQ pedals allow bassists to shape the frequency response of their instrument by boosting or cutting specific frequencies. This can be used to sculpt the bass tone, emphasize certain frequencies (such as the low-end or high-end), or compensate for room acoustics and amplifier characteristics.

    4. **Envelope Filter (Funk Filter)**: Envelope filter pedals, also known as funk filters or auto-wahs, modulate the bass signal based on the dynamics of the playing. They produce funky, expressive filter sweeps that respond to the player’s picking attack, adding dynamic movement and rhythmic groove to the bass line.

    5. **Octave**: Octave pedals generate additional harmonies one or two octaves below the original bass signal, creating a thicker and more powerful bass sound. They can be used to fatten up the bass tone, emulate the sound of a bass synthesizer, or create unique sonic textures.

    6. **Chorus, Flanger, and Phaser**: Modulation pedals like chorus, flanger, and phaser add depth and movement to the bass sound by modulating the pitch or phase of the signal. These effects can create swirling textures, spatial dimension, and rhythmic pulsations, enhancing the overall presence and character of the bass line.

    7. **Delay and Reverb**: Delay and reverb pedals add ambience and spatial depth to the bass sound, creating echoes and reflections that can enhance the sense of space and atmosphere in the music.

    These are just a few examples of the many types of effects pedals available for bass guitar. Bass effects pedals offer bassists a wide range of tools to sculpt their tone, expand their sonic palette, and express their musical creativity.

  • Guitar Effect Pedal
  • Reverb
  • Reverb, short for reverberation, is a fundamental audio effect that simulates the sound reflections and decay that occur in physical spaces, such as rooms, halls, or chambers. It adds depth, dimension, and ambiance to audio signals, creating a sense of space and realism. In the context of guitar effects, a reverb pedal is a device that generates and applies reverb effects to the guitar signal. Here’s how reverb pedals work and some common features:

    1. **Reverb Types**: Reverb pedals typically offer different types of reverb effects, including spring reverb, plate reverb, hall reverb, room reverb, and ambient or modulated reverb. Each type emulates the characteristics of different physical spaces and has its own unique sound and character.

    2. **Controls**: Reverb pedals feature various controls for adjusting parameters such as decay time, pre-delay, damping, tone, and mix. Decay time controls the length of the reverb tail or decay, while pre-delay adjusts the time between the original signal and the onset of the reverb. Damping controls the high-frequency content of the reverb, simulating absorption in the virtual space. Tone controls the overall tonal character of the reverb, and mix adjusts the balance between the dry (original) and wet (affected) signals.

    3. **Modulation**: Some reverb pedals include modulation effects such as chorus or tremolo that modulate the reverb tail, adding movement and depth to the sound. Modulation can create lush, swirling textures and enhance the overall ambiance of the reverb effect.

    4. **Trail Function**: Many reverb pedals offer a trail function, which allows the reverb tail to continue decaying naturally when the effect is bypassed. This prevents abrupt cutoffs and ensures smooth transitions between affected and unaffected signal states.

    5. **Spring Tank vs. Digital Reverb**: Reverb pedals can use either spring tanks or digital processing to generate reverb effects. Spring reverb pedals emulate the sound of vintage spring reverb units found in amplifiers, while digital reverb pedals use algorithms to simulate a wide range of reverb types and settings.

    6. **Size and Form Factor**: Reverb pedals come in various sizes and form factors, from compact mini pedals to larger, feature-rich units. Choose a pedal size and form factor that fits your pedalboard layout and offers the desired features and controls for your needs.

    Reverb pedals are widely used in various music genres, including rock, blues, jazz, ambient, and experimental music. They can add depth, warmth, and atmosphere to guitar tones, enhance the spatial imaging of recordings, and create immersive soundscapes for performances. Whether used subtly to add a touch of room ambiance or dialed in for dramatic, expansive effects, reverb pedals are essential tools for shaping guitar tones and creating captivating sounds.

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