LIMS09: Boss FRV-1 63 Fender Reverb Pedal

Springs the thing and valves too      15/06/09

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A new COSM based Reverb pedal made in conjunction with Fender, to recreate the sound of the classic valve Fender Reverb - a standalone reverberator with valves and springs that some people would kill for. Thats what we're looking at here. Now, in the continuing spirit of partnership - Roland and Fender have been working on a number of projects together, this pedal has taken the sound of the original Fender unit, and crammed it into a diminutive Boss stomp. We had a couple of great demos from Alex Hutchings and Robert Castellani who showed us what it could do. Both of who are sh*t hot players by the way, stick around to the end to hear Alex really rip it up.
  • Recreates the legendary sound of the 1963 Fender® Reverb via COSM technology
  • Easy operation with three classic controls for Dwell, Tone, and Mix for creating sounds from buttery warmth to sparkling twang
  • Cool, retro appearance
  • Road-tough BOSS metal construction
Expected to ship sometime in end of August (in the UK) at £139 (again UK).

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5 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Bjarne D.    Said...

Nailpolish...? Haha...

15-Jun-09 09:57 AM


Wiz    Said...

Can some body say... PLUGIN??? ;)

15-Jun-09 11:00 AM


jessej    Said...

The Reverb sounded really nice, however it would have been interesting to hear a long tail and a short tail and hear the whole versatility of the reverb... usually they forget to demo the products in the demos..

15-Jun-09 02:50 PM


jessej    Said...

The Reverb sounded really nice, however it would have been interesting to hear a long tail and a short tail and hear the whole versatility of the reverb... usually they forget to demo the products in the demos..

15-Jun-09 02:53 PM


Griffo    Said...

Damn, Alex is incredible! Nice demos, too :D

14-Aug-09 05:24 AM


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