The Verb Deluxe - DIY Reverb Pedal Kit
The Verb Deluxe is a Reverb Pedal Do-It-Yourself kit from MOD Kits, based on the Belton Digi-Log Mini Module.
This kit comes with all the necessary components to build a classic sounding reverb pedal that you can further personalize.
The Verb Deluxe is the upgraded version of MOD Kits DIY "The Verb", it now comes with two knobs - the Dwell and Mix controls - which improve on the flexibility of the original pedal kit.
The Mix knob is quite straightforward, it allows you to blend the dry signal and the processed signal to your preferred setting. By tweaking the mix knob, you can go from subtle reverb to deep, cathedral style echoes.
The addition of the Dwell knob gives this pedal its flexibility. You can tweak this control to pick from the full palette of reverb sounds available in this compact pedal.
MOD Kits DIY had this warning on the press release: "The Verb Deluxe does not hold back on reverberation potential. At maximum dwell and mix settings you may be overtaken by a virtual tidal wave of sonic reflections."
Here is a brief explanation of what MOD Kits pedals are straight from the company: "MODTM Kits are designed to give novice and experienced musicians the opportunity to build their own amps and effects pedals. All kits come with easy-to-follow instructions and use point-to-point wiring. A pre-drilled enclosure and all necessary parts are included. All you need to provide are hand tools, a soldering iron and solder. The effect pedal operates on a 9V battery; for a longer lasting option, a 9-volt adapter can be purchased separately."
Since there is no video demo available yet, you can watch this demo of the original "The Verb" pedal to give you an idea of how "The Verb Deluxe" sounds like.
This new pedal kit is currently retailing online for around $80. Check out the latest price & reviews at Amazon.com
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