- PRD-Sets delay time
- MIX-Sets the amount of reverb
- DECAY-Sets the length of reverb
- True Bypass design, aluminum alloy
- Power Requirement：9V DC center negative
- Current consumption:50mA
- Material:Aluminum Alloy
- Size: 11.2*6.4*3.4 inch
The Mimidi Reverb Pedal
If you want to add a little bit of "reverb" to your guitar. The best way to do so is by using a reverb pedal. A reverb pedal is an effect pedal that is placed between the guitar and the amplifier. It will add effects to the guitar signal, which will be heard through the amplifier. The most common effects are "spring" and "plate". The spring reverb effect has a characteristic "bubbly" sound, while the plate reverb is a more smooth, "wet" sound.
Reverb Pedals Can Be Expensive
For years guitar players have used a variety of effects pedals to create a wide range of sounds. These units are often made of plastic, which tends to break easily and have a short life. There are a number of high quality guitar pedals out there. But many of them cost a lot of money. This is not a problem for the professional musician. But for those just starting out or who are just hobbyists. This can be an expensive proposition. Mimidi Reverb is a guitar effects pedal that gives a professional quality effect. At a price that is within the reach of anyone who wants to take their music to the next level.
A Great Budget Option
The Mimidi Reverb is designed to be the ultimate budget reverb pedal on the market. It was developed by a guitarist who was frustrated with the expensive and limited nature of devices on the market. It is designed to provide the most complete set of sounds and effects for guitarists who play in a wide variety of styles. All at a fantastic price.
Works In Most Scenarios
The Mimidi Reverb is a vintage-style device. With true-bypass switching and an optional 9V power supply. The pedal's sound has a warm, natural tone. That enhances the sound of any amp. It adds depth and atmosphere to your overall sound. This pedal features a 100% analog dry path, which means your guitar's tone remains unaffected by the device. You can use the pedal on any input source (analog, digital, or tape) and in any audio path (line level or instrument level).