WoodVerb is a digital reverb pedal specifically designed for acoustic guitar players, its goal is to provide the users with the most direct experience of using the reverb effect. Do not get fooled by ... Click To Read More About This Product
WoodVerb is a digital reverb pedal specifically designed for acoustic guitar players, its goal is to provide the users with the most direct experience of using the reverb effect. Do not get fooled by its Mini and mild outlook, WoodVerb provides three high quality and professional reverb modes as well as a wide variety of adjustment options.
Let's forget about those Room, Hall reverb that always follow the same pattern. WoodVerb provides you with three modes.
Reverb: Splendid plate reverb which gives you an experience from the smallest room to the largest space
Mod: Adds modulation effect to the reverb and creates a psychedelic effect
Filter: Adds a sweeping filter sound to the reverb and makes it feel like a swirling wind
Of course you do not need to worry that your acoustic guitar will sound like an electric guitar—the special circuit design can keep the original acoustic sound intact and pure while achieving a fabulous reverb effect. WoodVerb will be a must in those acoustic guitar players' tone arsenal.
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Comments about Mooer Woodverb Effects Pedal:
This was my first acoustic pedal and probably one that I would never sell. The controls are very evident and useful. The mix control is my favorite because you can adjust the balance between the effects signal and the unaffected signal for a perfect amount of tone. Sometimes less is more. The 3 way reverb/mod/filter switch gives, on the reverb setting, a conventional spacious reverb. Mod setting adds a chorus-y tone to the reverb. Filter setting adds a phase shift effect to the reverb. I have used it with electric guitar and there it is very versatile and unique sounding. On acoustic is where it shines though because you can dial in the effect to be subtle, just enough effect to add interest to your playing but not be distracting.
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