MODEL DISCONTINUEDThe Original Reverbamate by VanAmps, the reverb that started it all! Designed old school, for use with vintage amps of the tweed, brown and blackface eras, or any amp with two separate channels. Many tube amps built in the 50’s and 60’s had multiple input channels for use with accordions, microphones and of course guitars. The Reverbamate takes full advantage of the available channels by offering two outputs, one dry and one wet so that the user can essentially “mix” these outputs at the amp. In this manner one can use the tone and volume controls on the amp to tweak the wet and dry signals independently, allowing for total control over your sound. What creative musician or studio engineer wouldn’t want this type of flexibility? Reverbamate is a solid-state analog spring reverb pedal that runs on two nine-volt batteries or supplied power supply. It uses a three-spring 9” MOD™ reverb tank, considered to be one of the most vintage sounding tanks available. The dry output is a hardwired connection from the guitar input, ensuring guitar tone integrity. Internal circuitry is impedance matched for balanced levels and no “rolled off highs”. The Reverbamate employs a bipolar fully regulated power supply for increased headroom and low noise operation.
- Dimensions: 10”W X 6”D X 2”H
- Weight: 3 lbs. w/power supply
- Three-spring MOD™ reverb tank
- Output Level and Dwell controls
- AUX jack and switch: An additional foot switch control for your amp’s tremolo or other non-momentary switching duties. See manual for details.
- Power requirements: 12VAC, Current draw: 125ma peak, 2-9 volt batteries.
- Supplied with 120VAC/1000ma power supply (230VAC available)
- Optional 9VDC/200ma Power Output Jack (2.1mm)
- Pedal Deck compatible.