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« Reply #15 on: January 31, 2015, 11:00:13 AM »

thought so.  thanks.  I have done that and it works well!
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« Reply #16 on: February 09, 2015, 01:36:52 PM »

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.

Same thing happens with me and I've been using the MicroVerb for years and have had no issues with it.  I think, as someone else stated, it just could mess with the signal but if it sounds good to you then I think you're good to go.
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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

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« Reply #17 on: June 14, 2015, 11:25:15 AM »

Any of these still available?
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« Reply #18 on: June 14, 2015, 03:07:22 PM »

Not new, but good deals can be found on eBay.  I mean, Alesis still makes Microverbs (i think 4th iteration now) but don't know if it has reverse reverb.  There are several other pedals that reportedly do this quite well though in lieu of an Alesis.  Also, I think most of the new pedals do a reverse delay which isn't the same thing IMHO.
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