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 Q115  Reverb

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The Q115 Reverb module adds the traditional reverb effect to the sounds from your system. A 3-spring mechanical reverb tank is used similar to the units found in Fender guitar amplifiers. The operator has manual control over the initial reverb spring Drive and the Amount of reverb mixed into the output signal. Designed to operate with the large signals produced by other modules in the system.

The reverb tank must be mounted inside the cabinet behind the module within 12 inches. A 24 inch cable is included to connect the module to the tank.

Controls and Connectors

    Drive Control
      Drive level to the Reverb springs.
    Amount Control
      Sets the amount of reverb mixed with the Input signal.
    Input Connector
      The input signal.
    Output Connector
      A mix of the input signal and the reverb effect.
Panel Size:  Single width 2.125"w x 8.75"h.
Reverb Tank Size:  3.5"W 1.5"H 9.5"L.
Reverb Tank Mounting:  2.9"x 8.6", #8 Screw
Signal Levels:  10V PP maximum
Power:  +15V@8ma, -15V@8ma.

$136.00 US.

Usage and Patch Tips
The reverb effect can add great depth to your sound. Patch the output from your filter or other processing modules through the reverb module before going to the final amplifier. Moving both controls towards 10 will increase the reverb effect, but there are subtle differences between the controls and experimentation will be needed to provide the sound you're looking for. Since reverb will add some harmonics to the waveform, try patching the waveforms from an oscillator through the reverb before going to a filter.

Reverb Tank
Reverb Tank

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