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Reviews for the Neunaber Audio Effects Immerse Reverb
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  • Good pedal...

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    I have to say, I returned this pedal. It's a high quality, well-built pedal. However, the deep lush and ethereal sound isn't what I was looking for. If you're looking for that deep, saturated reverb, this is it! But, if you're looking for useable, slightly spacious reverb, this isn't it. This i…

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  • Neunaber Audio Effects Immerse Reverb

    Verified Purchase

    not as magical as I hoped for.....but it's ok...

  • Awesome!

    Verified Purchase

    The Neunaber Immerse is very likely to deliver all you will ever need from a reverb pedal. I've positioned it as the last-in-line pedal on a pedalboard wired in series before the inputs of a vintage four-holer Marshall JMP. The thing glues about everything else on the board together. It's completely…

  • One of the best pedal purchases I’ve ever made.

    Verified Purchase

    The Neunaber Immerse packs just about every kind of reverb you’d need in one compact little package. In fact, unless you’re expressly looking for something more than a bread-and-butter reverb unit, this might be overkill. Yes, the Immerse does the usual reverb sounds VERY well, but it’s the more cre…

  • Costs more, sounds better

    If you just need some basic reverb, a TC pedal (Hall of Fame, Arena) will do fine. Same for Boss and Digitech. But if you're interested in reverb as a creative tool, the Immerse is really sweet. Everything just sounds good. Other than my Keeley compressor, the Immerse is the only pedal I leave o…