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MOOER Shim Verb Amps & effects Reverb - delay

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ShimVerb Reverb
  • Effect Type: Reverb
  • Construction: Digital
  • Controls: Room, Spring, Shimmer
  • Switches: Mode Switch
  • True Bypass: Yes
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MOOER Shim Verb Amps & effects Reverb - delay + Planet Waves 0.5 feet Classic Series Instrument Cable Right Angle - Pack of 3 + Diago Deluxe Daisy Chain 2.1mm Barrel Plugs (Pack of 6)
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Colour Name: ShimVerb Reverb
Technical Details
Item Weight136 g
Product Dimensions9.4 x 5.1 x 4.3 cm
Item model numberMRV1
ColourShimVerb Reverb
  
Additional Information
ASINB008TNAI0M
Best Sellers Rank 4,341 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight168 g
Date First Available18 Sep 2012
  
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Colour Name: ShimVerb Reverb

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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By T. Eysselinck on 13 Nov 2013
Colour Name: Ninety Orange Phaser Analog
What are you doing Amazon.......not one of these reviews is for the advertised product...they are all for different pedals from the same manufacturer....it's like comparing a ford mustang to a ford pick up truck....EXTREMELY misleading....what's happening to Amazon...this is the 5th misleading advert I've seen this year!
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By Mr Ian K Martin on 20 Aug 2014
Colour Name: Mod Factory Verified Purchase
On the surface, 11 effects in one pedal sounds like a great deal....however, the Chorus, Flanger and Phaser are pretty awful compared to other dedicated pedals. The Tremelo, Univibe, Auto Wah and Touch Wah are pretty decent DSP versions and quite usable. I can't understand the inclusion of the Envelope Ring however.
Apart from this, it's quite noisy on certain effects and the majority of them degrade the signal level and tonality of the input source.
All in all, cheap enough for three/four usable effects, but not recommended if you have the cash for dedicated seperate units.
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Maltson on 1 Jan 2013
Colour Name: ShimVerb Reverb Verified Purchase
I purchased this reverb unit and it does work reasonably well as a spring reverb and also the room effect works reasonably well. The shimmer effect I will probably not use, but the shimmer was not the reason why I went with this unit. While it is reasonable, the unit I have gives out very faint crackles with both high and low volume settings on the guitar, more with chords than single notes when the unit is operating as a spring or room reverb. These crackles are also random and I do not get this with the pedal effect switched off. I tried with more than one power supply. However the build quality and the materials used are both very good. Jack plug sockets very secure and give good connections with the cables. Overall the unit is well made, but the sound quality although it is alright, it is lacking what I would call professional standard. J Maltson.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ms. J. Carpenter on 10 Feb 2013
Colour Name: ShimVerb Reverb Verified Purchase
Bought this on a whim, simply because it was so neat and compact. I also own the Ensemble King chorus, and was looking forward to trying this out.

3 separate settings from something so small and so cheap is a revelation. Each setting has its own distinctive character- spring reverb and room reverb do what they say on the tin. The shimmer setting is beautiful, reminiscent of the old DigiTech XP300 Space Station. Be careful using chords with it, it suits single notes a lot more... and preferably fairly straightforward keys. Once you start adding 6ths to the mix, it goes a little bit crazy and unsavoury.

Pros- small, well-built, easy to use, beautiful damping on the decay knob, great sounds.
Cons- no battery input (no issue for me, I use power anyway), shimmer occasionally gets a bit violent.

A must-try for anyone after a compact reverb pedal with a subtle difference. You won't be disappointed.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A. Delahunty on 20 Sep 2013
Colour Name: ShimVerb Reverb Verified Purchase
First off, I play bass, so if you're a guitarist, then I do apologize - some of this may not be entirely useful for you. Let's see as we go along...

So, with that out of the way, let me explain that I wanted something to add a bit of discrete echo to my bass while I was playing certain songs - mainly jazz bass solos, which I wanted to shine a little. I saw this pedal in a local shop, and was amazed at how small it is: take two 9v batteries, lay them end-to-end, stack another couple on top in the same manner, and that's about the size of it. But it's a rugged small box, not some plastic piece of rubbish that will crush under a Doc Marten the first time you use it.

For your money, you get an on-off switch, a really bright blue LED, a three-way toggle at the top, and three dials - one big, two smaller. The dials are perhaps easiest to explain if you think of yourself in a big room. The big one labelled "Decay" defines the quality of the materials the room's made of - far to the left, and it's like being in a carpet-lined room with no reverb, to the right and it's more like being in a marble cavern. "Level," the dial on the top right, is almost like how far from the microphone you are in this mythical room. Again, to the left will decrease the distance, so you have very much less of an effect, but to the right is a different story. With the Level all to the right, it is like being alone in a cathedral with the mic picking up only the echoes of what you play. It's a really cool effect on the bass, but I can't see me using it at that extreme too much.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Gerald on 22 April 2014
Colour Name: ShimVerb Reverb Verified Purchase
I bought this pedal after watching some audio reviews, BUT never was it mentioned there is an incredible drop in volume on some settings, rather than selling it straight on where I would have lost money, I bought a cheap boost pedal to run together through a loop switch. This pedal is also a power thirsty little swine so needs its own psu if you are using one of the cheaper multiple units!
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. G. S. Jackson on 2 Nov 2013
Colour Name: Reecho Delay Digital Verified Purchase
The pedal works well, I went to Mooers webb site to see demo and was impressed especially for the price. You do need to remove the rubber backing to fit velcro for most pedal boards which goes againt the warning of not removing lable.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J P. McHugh on 4 Nov 2013
Colour Name: Ana Echo Delay Analog Verified Purchase
I've not really had too much time to use the Mooer but so far it seems to be absolutely fine. It is VERY small. It's so small that you can't fit a battery in it. You need an external PSU. Sound wise it's fine.
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