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    Default MXR M300 Reverb

    Well I pulled the trigger on an MXR M300 reverb pedal. I only had a few minutes to play with it just a bit ago but man was it producing some really cool sounds.

    I think it will be a very fun tool for the guitar and look forward to getting some more time with it.

    Does anyone else have this pedal?

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    I don’t have one, but I’ve thought about it.

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    Default Re: MXR M300 Reverb

    I only had it set to “epic” and all dials set to noon and it sounded so good.

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    Default Re: MXR M300 Reverb

    Of course, it was set to Epic!

    Looks like a cool pedal.

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    Default Re: MXR M300 Reverb

    I have one and I use the Epic, Mod, and Pad modes for 'special' moments. Great stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by B2D View Post
    I have one and I use the Epic, Mod, and Pad modes for 'special' moments. Great stuff!
    I assume you change the three dials depending on what setting you use?

    I am still in the very beginning of testing it out stage.

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    Default Re: MXR M300 Reverb

    Quote Originally Posted by Exojam View Post
    I assume you change the three dials depending on what setting you use?

    I am still in the very beginning of testing it out stage.
    Yes, but not as much as you might think.

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    Default Re: MXR M300 Reverb

    Thank you!

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    Default Re: MXR M300 Reverb

    Quote Originally Posted by Exojam View Post
    Thank you!
    You're welcome.

    The knobs, depending on the mode, seem to all hover in the 11-1 o'clock range when I use this pedal.

    This isn't a pedal I use for subtlety.

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    How’s the spring on this thing? The drips? The splashes?

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    Default Re: MXR M300 Reverb

    Have not had a chance to do a lot of testing with so I apologize I cannot answer your question.

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    Default Re: MXR M300 Reverb

    I bought a Hall of Fame over one of these a few years ago, without trying either beforehand. Bad idea, I know. I am not in love with the HOF really, so I wonder how this or maybe an RV-6 would compare. Hope you enjoy yours!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nacho8807 View Post
    I bought a Hall of Fame over one of these a few years ago, without trying either beforehand. Bad idea, I know. I am not in love with the HOF really, so I wonder how this or maybe an RV-6 would compare. Hope you enjoy yours!
    I compared the RV-6 and the HOF side-by-side, and I thought the Hall of Fame scored much higher for a certain musical quality. It’s like it was singing in key instead of speaking in monotone.

    I will say that the RV-6 made a nice go at a realistic spring reverb, instead of the dampened, idealized version that the HOF does. (This didn’t matter to me because I already had a Catalinbread Topanga.)

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