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Como funciona el Room Mate Reverb ?


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Que tal muchachos? Bueno les cuento que estoy por hacer una renovación completa de mi setup, vendi todo lo que no usaba y estoy por comprarme un ampli pero que lamentablemente no tiene reverb. Como estoy por viajar a USA tenía ganas de traerme el T Rex Room Mate II . El tema es que no me llevo mucho con los efectos digitales, la idea de que toda la señal se digitalice medio que no me termina de cerrar, aunque tampoco nunca tuve la oportunidad de tocar con pedales digitales de gama alta. Alguien sabe si la señal analogica va en paralelo con el efecto? y la valvula que papel cumple?

Saludos!

 

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Mix: Mixes the dry and the wet signal. Set at 12 you can hear the guitar go through

Decay: Determines the length of the spring, that is emulated

Hicut: Cuts the high notes on the tail of the reverb. Giving the tail a smooth sound

Level: Controls the output volume

Gain: Controls the level on the input signal. With this knob you can turn down the input signal, if it is too power full. The green light on top of the pedal will go red, if the input signal is too high

and makes the pedal distort.

 

Reverb types:

Spring. Sounds like an old vintage Fender amp with the typical spring based reverb

Room. Typical room reverb. Like a clinic in a small room

Hall. Sounds like a big concert hall

LFO. Reverb with chorus

 

Pedal gives stereo output through the left and right output jack plugs.

 

Controls MIX, LEVEL, DECAY, MODE, HICUT and GAIN

Modes SPRING, ROOM, HALL and LFO

Connections Input & Output (left & right) inch standard

Power supply 12V DC, 800 mA external power supply. Runs on 100/115/230V AC/5060Hz, dependent on country

Power consumption 12V DC, 300 mA, 5 Watts

 

La valvula le da un color característico a la señal de la viola y a la reverb

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