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« on: December 12, 2014, 10:17:37 AM »

If anybody is looking for an original microverb, let me know.  I have a stack of these.  $80 with power supply shipped to you or $70 without power supply.
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« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2014, 10:05:55 PM »

If anybody is looking for an original microverb, let me know.  I have a stack of these.  $80 with power supply shipped to you or $70 without power supply.

I have 2 and love them!  I use 1 for the reverse setting and the second is always on for a little reverb.
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Guitars: Resurrection Phishy Hollowbody (koa top/back, cedar sides, Schaller Golden 50 pups, 2 series/single coil/parallel switches), Gibson SG Faded, Dean Evo, Fender Tele, Ovation Acoustic, Fender Acoustic

Signal Path: Garmopat-modded Vox V847 wah > Emma Discumbobulator > TS808 silver > TS9 silver > Ross Compressor (grey) > Alesis Microverb (reverb) > Mesa Boogie Mark III with custom 2x12 AO cabinet (speakers: Tone Tubby & Emminence Commonwealth).

Loop 1: Whammy II > Nova Delay
Loop 2: Alesis Microverb (reverse) > Ibanez DM2000 > CAE Super Trem > Black Cat Vibe
Loop 3 Boomerang+
Tuner: Boss TU-3

Effects not in use:  Voce Spin II (leslie sim), Boss DD6, Digitech RPM-1 (leslie sim), Analogman Orange Squeeze, Keeley 4knob Comp, Ernie Ball Volume Pedal, Super Hard On (boost), Ibanez AW7 (autowah), Denelectro French Fries (autowah) - If interested in any of these PM me.  Always willing to deal.
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« Reply #2 on: January 23, 2015, 07:14:17 AM »

Still have a few for sale.
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« Reply #3 on: January 23, 2015, 02:10:19 PM »

If you don't already have a MicroVerb, you gotta get at least one to put in your rig.  The reverse setting is great for those deep jams!
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Guitars: Resurrection Phishy Hollowbody (koa top/back, cedar sides, Schaller Golden 50 pups, 2 series/single coil/parallel switches), Gibson SG Faded, Dean Evo, Fender Tele, Ovation Acoustic, Fender Acoustic

Signal Path: Garmopat-modded Vox V847 wah > Emma Discumbobulator > TS808 silver > TS9 silver > Ross Compressor (grey) > Alesis Microverb (reverb) > Mesa Boogie Mark III with custom 2x12 AO cabinet (speakers: Tone Tubby & Emminence Commonwealth).

Loop 1: Whammy II > Nova Delay
Loop 2: Alesis Microverb (reverse) > Ibanez DM2000 > CAE Super Trem > Black Cat Vibe
Loop 3 Boomerang+
Tuner: Boss TU-3

Effects not in use:  Voce Spin II (leslie sim), Boss DD6, Digitech RPM-1 (leslie sim), Analogman Orange Squeeze, Keeley 4knob Comp, Ernie Ball Volume Pedal, Super Hard On (boost), Ibanez AW7 (autowah), Denelectro French Fries (autowah) - If interested in any of these PM me.  Always willing to deal.
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« Reply #4 on: January 23, 2015, 09:05:12 PM »

Still have a few for sale.

I sent you a PM.
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« Reply #5 on: January 24, 2015, 12:45:08 PM »

Still have a few for sale.

I sent you a PM.

I sent you a pm. Not sure if my messages are getting sent. I tried sending one to the seeker too but I have nothing in my outbox.
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« Reply #6 on: January 25, 2015, 09:14:46 AM »

If you guys haven't tried one of these, they are really cool sounding. You aren't going to find a cooler delay-like effect than the reverse reverb, and definitely not in the same price range.
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« Reply #7 on: January 29, 2015, 09:24:02 PM »

this is prob a noob question, but how would I hook the microverb up to my chain or effects loop?  I wouldn't want it on all the time and its not a stompbox, so how would I turn the thing on and off?
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Effects: Boss tuner > Digitech Whammy II > Dunlop GCB95 Crybaby > EH micro Qtron > MXR Script Phase 90 > Dunlop Univibe > SD SFX-07 (Shape Shifter) Tremolo > TS9 AM Silver > TS9DX > Ross Compressor (Black) > Boss DD-7 w/FS-5U


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« Reply #8 on: January 29, 2015, 10:25:27 PM »

Look into latching pedals from Boss.  Trey looks to be using these.  I use a Boss FS-5L for this purpose "defeat switch".  Can be had for 30 or so dollars.
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« Reply #9 on: January 29, 2015, 11:25:05 PM »

^ 100% correct
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Guitars: Resurrection Phishy Hollowbody (koa top/back, cedar sides, Schaller Golden 50 pups, 2 series/single coil/parallel switches), Gibson SG Faded, Dean Evo, Fender Tele, Ovation Acoustic, Fender Acoustic

Signal Path: Garmopat-modded Vox V847 wah > Emma Discumbobulator > TS808 silver > TS9 silver > Ross Compressor (grey) > Alesis Microverb (reverb) > Mesa Boogie Mark III with custom 2x12 AO cabinet (speakers: Tone Tubby & Emminence Commonwealth).

Loop 1: Whammy II > Nova Delay
Loop 2: Alesis Microverb (reverse) > Ibanez DM2000 > CAE Super Trem > Black Cat Vibe
Loop 3 Boomerang+
Tuner: Boss TU-3

Effects not in use:  Voce Spin II (leslie sim), Boss DD6, Digitech RPM-1 (leslie sim), Analogman Orange Squeeze, Keeley 4knob Comp, Ernie Ball Volume Pedal, Super Hard On (boost), Ibanez AW7 (autowah), Denelectro French Fries (autowah) - If interested in any of these PM me.  Always willing to deal.
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« Reply #10 on: January 30, 2015, 08:45:35 PM »

And that "once" pedal, a FS-5U through the boomerang auxillary out?? 
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« Reply #11 on: January 30, 2015, 10:15:43 PM »

And that "once" pedal, a FS-5U through the boomerang auxillary out?? 

Yes but that's a custom job by Brian Brown. The Boomerang doesn't come with a standard "once" out. Would be nice though. Good thing he only uses it for Heavy Things.
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Guitars: Resurrection Phishy Hollowbody (koa top/back, cedar sides, Schaller Golden 50 pups, 2 series/single coil/parallel switches), Gibson SG Faded, Dean Evo, Fender Tele, Ovation Acoustic, Fender Acoustic

Signal Path: Garmopat-modded Vox V847 wah > Emma Discumbobulator > TS808 silver > TS9 silver > Ross Compressor (grey) > Alesis Microverb (reverb) > Mesa Boogie Mark III with custom 2x12 AO cabinet (speakers: Tone Tubby & Emminence Commonwealth).

Loop 1: Whammy II > Nova Delay
Loop 2: Alesis Microverb (reverse) > Ibanez DM2000 > CAE Super Trem > Black Cat Vibe
Loop 3 Boomerang+
Tuner: Boss TU-3

Effects not in use:  Voce Spin II (leslie sim), Boss DD6, Digitech RPM-1 (leslie sim), Analogman Orange Squeeze, Keeley 4knob Comp, Ernie Ball Volume Pedal, Super Hard On (boost), Ibanez AW7 (autowah), Denelectro French Fries (autowah) - If interested in any of these PM me.  Always willing to deal.
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« Reply #12 on: January 31, 2015, 06:56:44 AM »

Here is my board when I had a Microverb. Its under the tuner in this pic. I have two Boss FS-5L Latching Footswitches. One is for the Micro, the other is for my Mesa's Lead Channel. Usually, I stomped both of them at the same time for leads.
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« Reply #13 on: January 31, 2015, 08:19:31 AM »

One question that I had regarding Microverb.  I have the settings similar to what I can find regarding Trey's settings on reverse.  Sounds great no doubt, but does it matter at all that the input signal always makes the LED light red?  The manual warns against this for the best sound but I find that I can seldom if ever keep it green.  Does this mean anything?  Does it harm the Microverb in some way?  I know, sounds like a dumb question, but curious.

Also, new to the forum but been lurking for a bit.  this is a great place.
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« Reply #14 on: January 31, 2015, 08:36:51 AM »

One question that I had regarding Microverb.  I have the settings similar to what I can find regarding Trey's settings on reverse.  Sounds great no doubt, but does it matter at all that the input signal always makes the LED light red?  The manual warns against this for the best sound but I find that I can seldom if ever keep it green.  Does this mean anything?  Does it harm the Microverb in some way?  I know, sounds like a dumb question, but curious.

Also, new to the forum but been lurking for a bit.  this is a great place.

I don't think it harms the micro, but digital distortion is nasty. Turn down the input volume and turn up the output.
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