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MOOER Shim Verb Digital Reverb Pedal Effect Pedal True Bypass


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  • 3 Reverb Modes, Room, Spring, Shimmer
  • Full Metal Case
  • True Bypass Switching
  • Dimensions : 93.5mm x 42mm x 52mm
  • 9V DC Power
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Item Weight5 g
Item model numberShim Verb BUNDLE
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Best Sellers Rank 7,068 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 g
Date First Available9 Aug 2012
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MOOER Shim Verb Digital Reverb Pedal 30 Mar 2014
By Flying4905 - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a neat and very small reverb pedal (the shim verb setting is pretty cool) - be advised, this pedal is so small that there is no room inside it for a 9V battery - this will only run with a 9V power supply and it does not come with one...
Great unit for space and price. 16 Jan 2014
By DeeBoo - Published on Amazon.com
I tend to play ambient, shoegaze music and figured this would be a nice add on to my pedal board. The size really makes it attractive as it takes up about half the space of an average pedal.

The controls are simple enough. Level, which basically works as a wet/dry mix. Color, which adds a bit of flavor to the sound, and decay, which obviously controls how long the verb tails.

Quick review......solid build. Level and color knobs are a bit "cheap", and small, and difficult to see in a dark environment, but easy enough to use. The decay button is large and easy to read, and can be adjusted rather easily, even with a toe!

As for tones. Well, there's good and bad.

Room verb- Sounds decent enough for digital reverb. It adds just enough depth to the sound to work, but really adds little to no character. The color control seems to do little to nothing in this setting. However, it's a decent enough verb to utilize.

Spring verb - While it's not terrible, it's the furthest thing from spring reverb I could imagine. It sounds more like a self oscillating slap back delay, rather than a spring reverb. Again, useable, but not authentic in the least bit. I'm surprised the chose to try to emulate a spring verb. I would have opted for a hall or plate or chamber or arena sound there instead. Maybe something bigger than the room verb. I have never heard a digital spring reverb that I liked, to perhaps I'm biased here.

Shim verb - This is where this little guy shines. If you have the money, I'd buy it just for this purpose. I ran a chorus pedal into a delay into the shim verb and it was ambient heaven. Don't be fooled, this isn't an octave verb, it's a fifth. Which to me is way cooler as it adds a bit of tension. What I noticed that impressed me most was it's ability to play nicely with chords. Often octave pedals (or a fifth, in this case) don't track well to chords. The shim verb adds a very ethereal, interesting sheen to your sound. The color and level and decay controls really work well in this setting. I ran the shimmer setting into an old Alesis Midiverb and I was in outer space in a matter of minutes.

Verdict - Great pedal for the money. If you only want or can afford one reverb, I'd go for something else, perhaps the EH holy grail of a boss rv. If you already have a reverb unit and want to have something a bit more ethereal at times, pick this up. Again, I don't think I'd personally trust this as my only verb unit, but I tend to use a lot of washed out sounds. If you like just a slight, snappy reverb than this may work well for you. For me, it's not quite enough on its own, but coupled with another verb unit and a delay in front it really shines.

Shoegazers will rejoice. Grab this, the line six verbzilla, and a midi/quadraverb and you're in shoegaze business.
Bitchin! Better than I expected 19 Aug 2013
By Andrew - Published on Amazon.com
This pedal is awesome. I had a huge pedal board with tons of effect to fill in space but this pedal fills up so much, it's all I use now. Very happy and very impressed by how much it can do with such a small pedal
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