A couple of days ago, I saw a Tweet (if you’re on Twitter.. give me a follow if you could!) run by talking about a Neunaber Stereo Wet demo. All I know, I’ve seen this pedal on a few Pedal Line Friday boards, and know of a few bands that use this thing.. and it’s pretty bad ass. So I wanted to take a look. The individual that posted this is Nathan Shafer (@echoechoguy). Heading over to YouTube (his channel is Nathan Shafer) I was liking the no-frills demo of the various settings on this awesome sounding reverb!
Nathan sets a nice simple guitar line in a loop and does some tweaking so you can see what the pedal is all about. Well done. Here is the video:
Here is the official pedal description from Neunaber:
Simple yet surprisingly versatile, the Wet Reverb has been described by users as “organic”, “haunting”, and a “choir of angels”—seriously, we can’t make this stuff up. The Wet Stereo Reverb has the same great reverb sound as the Wet Mono Reverb and adds expression pedal inputs and compatibility with Pedal Customizer software.
- Stereo or mono input and output
- Mix, Depth, and Tone (Δ) controls
- Updateable with Pedal Customizer software for PC and Mac
- Expression inputs for both Mix and Depth (1/4″-to-3.5mm adapter sold separately)
- Buffered trails bypass (can be changed to no trails using Pedal Customizer)
- Very high input impedance: no “tone suck”
- Analog dry signal for low noise and zero latency
- Small footprint
- Made in Orange County, California USA