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Ultra-affordable digital multi-effects with great-quality sound.
The Alesis PicoVerb Digital Multi-effects Unit has 16 presets including halls, rooms, plates, chorus, flange, delay, and Leslie. They are all created with 28-bit internal processing, 24-bit A/D/A, and a 48kHz sample rate. The Alesis PicoVerb is flexible for studio and stage use with unbalanced 1/4" analog I/O and -10dBV operation. 1/4 rack unit width x one rack unit high.
This is a sweet little reverb unit that's perfect for your home studio or stage use. You're already here, go ahead and put it in the cart.
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This has been a great little add-on for my PA. It has some nice rich verb's, the chorus and delay are just ok. If it is big, spacious reverb you want, this is your box. It also has some nice, subtle room and plate sounds. Reasonably well made, compact, and portable. Worth the modest price tag.
Great box for anybody on a budget!!!
Takes up a 1/4 rack space and does the little that it does wonderfully, I would have to buy it agian if i lost it. I use it for the vocals and anotehr one for my keyboard rig. Amazing sound quality absolutely no hiss.
I love it! It's great! Easy to use and hook up. Great performer, and it's cheap too!
You can't beat this for the price. It actually sounds better than some $200 units. It fits in your pocket and provides reverb on the go. Worth every penny!!
For such a low price, this 1/4 rack unit is quite a bargain. The 24-bit effects engine creates 8 beautifully lush reverbs, chorus, 2 reverb/chorus combinations, 2 delays, flange, and rotary speaker emulation. It is a bit frustrating that none of these effects can be tweaked, but the quality of the effects for the price is quite something. It would have been nice if perhaps 1 more flange was included, and a mid-length delay (you get slapback and a long-length delay), perhaps a PicoVerb 2 will have this.This unit is very quiet during clean, mid-volume, low-gain operation. However, with distortion, especially if it's pedal-driven distortion, it hisses pretty loudly. So if you don't already have a noise gate, and you plan to use overdrive pedals, you might want to purchase one along with this.