Reverb

Reverb pedals are effects pedals that are used to add a sense of space and ambiance to the input signal by simulating the reverberation of sound in a physical space. They are often used to create a sense of depth and texture in the music, and are commonly associated with ambient and experimental music.

Reverb pedals work by using a digital processor or analog circuitry to create a delayed, repeated version of the input signal that simulates the sound of the signal reflecting off of surfaces in a physical space. They typically feature a range of controls, such as decay time, damping, and wet/dry mix, that allow the user to shape the sound of the pedal to achieve the desired effect.

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