What does a reverb pedal do?

Probably the best known effect. Reverb is nothing more than the sound of reflections that a sound produces when it hits a surface. This type of effect allows us several things: from placing the sound of our guitar in space, moving away or closer to the listener, to fattening the sound or generating extreme effects.

There are several types of reverb. If we look at how they “emulate” these reflections, we can start by dividing them into 2: analog and digital. That is, there are pedals that use an analog device or artifact (such as springs, plates, etc.) to reproduce the reflections, and then there are digital ones that simulate them through algorithms using modeling technology. The interesting thing is that digital reverbs are capable of emulating analog ones too, although many still prefer the latter.

What is the best reverb pedal for me?

In this section you will find all kinds of units, from small formats with a single type of reverb, to more complex units with various options and types of reverb that will exponentially enrich your sound. At Fanatic Guitars we work with the best brands on the market to ensure that whatever product we sell, the quality is beyond any doubt. Quality of the effect and quality of construction, since, although a little more expensive in some cases, the durability of the device is exponentially lengthened, which in the long run saves you a lot of problems and, obviously, money.

If you have questions about which reverb pedal is the best for you, please get in touch with our team of expert, professional guitarists who will be happy to help you find the best reverb pedal to fit your budget.