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Hi, Vitaly! As for me, yes. It's the last thing on my chain after reverb. I've actually been toying with the idea of just mounting mine on the side of my amp because my small pedal board is already crowded. I have the inbetween model with the red jewel light and no footswitch. There's kind of no need for mine to be on the floor, anyway.

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Is this similar to like an EP Booster by any chance?

I’ve put my Sonic Blue Twanger after reverb and recorded samples, and yes, a little compressed reverb makes difference!

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Samurai wrote:

I’ve put my Sonic Blue Twanger after reverb and recorded samples, and yes, a little compressed reverb makes difference!

I think you are onto something. I find that pretty much everything sounds better this way.

The artist formerly known as: Synchro

When Surf Guitar is outlawed only outlaws will play Surf Guitar.

synchro wrote:

Samurai wrote:

I’ve put my Sonic Blue Twanger after reverb and recorded samples, and yes, a little compressed reverb makes difference!

I think you are onto something. I find that pretty much everything sounds better this way.

Now I understand what Lorenzo means by “surf sound is the reverb, but compressed reverb!” (C)

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Samurai wrote:

synchro wrote:

Samurai wrote:

I’ve put my Sonic Blue Twanger after reverb and recorded samples, and yes, a little compressed reverb makes difference!

I think you are onto something. I find that pretty much everything sounds better this way.

Now I understand what Lorenzo means by “surf sound is the reverb, but compressed reverb!” (C)

Exactly.

The artist formerly known as: Synchro

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Thinking of pulling the trigger on one, but it sounds like it's essentially just a selective eq boost. If I'm wrong, set me straight 'cause I'd love to spend my Christmas money!!!!!

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ArtS wrote:

Thinking of pulling the trigger on one, but it sounds like it's essentially just a selective eq boost. If I'm wrong, set me straight 'cause I'd love to spend my Christmas money!!!!!

It’s not a boost. You can set it to boost 6 dB, but I keep mine at unity gain.

My take on it is that it’s basically a limiter with a Presence control. There is a knob for cutting the input signal, if needed, but I leave that at zero cut. The output control can be used as a clean boost, but that’s not really the purpose of the pedal. The Presence control on an amp shunts highs from the negative feedback loop to ground, which means that the negative feedback loop actually damps fewer highs, so it adds high end sparkle.

It doesn’t overdrive your signal, nor is it designed to push your amp. It’s not like anything else I’ve ever played.

The artist formerly known as: Synchro

When Surf Guitar is outlawed only outlaws will play Surf Guitar.

I agree with synchro. It adds sparkle and fattens up your sound overall. For up tempo tunes it’s really great, for slower tunes, it’s not as important as say delay or tremolo.

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This demo makes me want one but also not high on the priority list.

https://youtu.be/iwhO-kLIHTU

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