Five Spring Reverb Pedals & A Fender Super Reverb Amp


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We get all springy with a selection of reverb pedals designed to sound like a great amp spring reverb.

This episode originally aired December 1 2017 as a YouTube video.

What you're hearing hear is solely the audio, so our apologies if some things don't make sense like they would in the video.

Two of today's pedals contain real springs while the other three use digital business to emulate the sound. All the way through we have our trusty Fender Super Reverb amplifier for comparison, and a bit of light overdrive just for fun. Which one do you like best?

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Pedals in this episode…

• TheGigRig Three2One

• D’Addario Pedal TunerUK & Europe:

• ProAnalog Devices Manticore

• Fulltone OCDUK & Europe:

• Carl Martin Headroom

• Crazy Tube Circuits White Whale

• Tone City Tiny SpringUK & Europe:

• JHS Spring TankUK & Europe:

• J Rockett BoingUK & Europe:

• TheGigRig G2*

*Why do we have preferred retailer links? Find out here:

Interesting bits and go-to sections…- Intro playing: 00:00- Dribbling? 1:20- What are we doing today? 2:00- Today’s pedals: 3:37- Bong? 4:45- The Fender Super Reverb’s Reverb: 5:30- Carl Martin Headroom: 11:58- … compared with the Super Reverb: 12:30- Crazy Tube Circuits White Whale: 19:00- … and some ProAnalog Devices Manticore: 23:50- … White Whale tremolo circuit: 25:35- Tone City Tiny Spring: 26:46- Pre-delay? 28:45- JHS Spring Tank: 31:00- Do you fear treble? 36:00- JHS & CTC White Whale compared: 38:50- J Rockett Audio Boing: 40:15- Mick’s Mini Vent tangent: 45:02- Let’s turn them all on: 46:35

Amps in this episode• Fender Super Reverb (reissue) with 4 x 10-inch Jensen P10R speakers

Guitars in this episode• Fender 60s Reverse Headstock Stratocaster: watch Mick’s video at• Fender Custom Shop 1963 Telecaster: watch Dan’s video at

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