The Biyang Tri Reverb pedal is an inexpensive stereo reverb pedal with 3 types of reverb, hall, spring, and room. there is also an A/B switch to give even more reverb options. It’s housed in a durable well-built metal casing. Take a listen to the demo video to get an idea of some of the sound options you have with this pedal.
About The Demo Video:
In this video, I’m using a Fender Jazzmaster HH, two humbucking pickups that can also be coil split for single coil tones. I’m using a Donner Sweet Juice amp modeling with cabinet simulation mini pedal right into the Biyang Tri Reverb unit. (mono)
The Tri Reverb is recorded directly into Logic Pro X through a Focusrite Saffire Pro 40. There is no EQ, compression or any other effect plugins used.
You can use this reverb pedal in stereo as well or for other instruments and vocals. Try it as an outboard reverb on a mixing buss.
Ture-bypass and stereo in and out. You may go mono in and still use the stereo out feature. BIYANG RV-10 BABY BOOM Series 3 Modes Stereo Reverb Guitar Effect Pedal True Bypass Full Metal Shell.
Power by an Alkaline battery (9V, 6LR61) or Carbon-zinc battery (9V, 6F22)
AC adaptor (sold separately)
This stereo-designed reverb pedal has bags of character and realism, with super smooth tails. Stereo inputs and stereo outputs mean you can use the Tri Reverb either as a guitar effects pedal or as a super compact outboard reverb for recording and mixers. It can happily take a mono input (e.g. single guitar) and mono output (e.g. to one amplifier). Flick switch for three lush reverb sounds: Hall, Spring, Room. Also has A/B switch which varies the sound giving a total of 6 unique reverb sounds covering everything from intimate rooms to long spacious springs/plates/halls.
Overall I really like the versatility of reverb sounds you can get out of this pedal. This is the first pedal I got from Biyang. I will definitely be checking out more of their Baby Boom Series as well as their other inexpensive pedals.