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Permalink Any thoughts on the Surfy Industries Blossom Point?

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Oh yeah, I’ve been very impressed with the sound clips I’ve heard of the Oceans 11. So much so that I’ve considered getting the PICO Ocean’s 3 to have a good grab and go or practice board type reverb on a small board or in a gig bag. I already have a Source Audio True Spring which has a fantastic emulation of a reverb unit but I let a friend borrow it for our surf band so it’s pretty much his for the time being. There is something special about the 6g15 whether it’s classic tube or any of the SurfyBear units, but digital stuff is getting better and better.

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Oh yeah, I’ve been very impressed with the sound clips I’ve heard of the Oceans 11. So much so that I’ve considered getting the PICO Ocean’s 3 to have a good grab and go or practice board type reverb on a small board or in a gig bag. I already have a Source Audio True Spring which has a fantastic emulation of a reverb unit but I let a friend borrow it for our surf band so it’s pretty much his for the time being. There is something special about the 6g15 whether it’s classic tube or any of the SurfyBear units, but digital stuff is getting better and better.

That Ocean’s 3 looks like a very good set of features. I have a lot of admiration for the Ocean’s 11 pedal, but realistically, I’d probably never use more than the Spring, Plate and Hall emulations. Plate is often overlooked, but it sounds great, and can make for some interesting Surf sounds.

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archimedes wrote:

Oh yeah, I’ve been very impressed with the sound clips I’ve heard of the Oceans 11. So much so that I’ve considered getting the PICO Ocean’s 3 to have a good grab and go or practice board type reverb on a small board or in a gig bag. I already have a Source Audio True Spring which has a fantastic emulation of a reverb unit but I let a friend borrow it for our surf band so it’s pretty much his for the time being. There is something special about the 6g15 whether it’s classic tube or any of the SurfyBear units, but digital stuff is getting better and better.

Exactly. I use Ocean 11 or sometimes Zoom MS50 as a practice/backup reverb but when I take one of my SurfyBears - it’s magic.

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