Stereo Digital Reverb Pedal?

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Stereo Digital Reverb Pedal?

Post by tele twister » Tue Apr 05, 2016 12:04 am

Question...Did Peavey ever make a digital reverb pedal, similar to the onboard reverb of the old Stereo Chorus 212 amps?

I'm guessing there was a rack type digital reverb, but I'm more interested in a pedal form.

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Re: Stereo Digital Reverb Pedal?

Post by MidiMan » Tue Apr 05, 2016 9:06 am

There was a series of pedals in the late 80s / early 90s, and a reverb was part of the lineup:
https://reverb.com/item/98263-peavey-di ... 80-s-white

There was also a pedal in the mid-90s called a DeltaStomp, which was basically a DeltaFex in a pedal with a few different effects to make it more aimed at guitar:
https://reverb.com/item/1953644-peavy-delta-stomp
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Re: Stereo Digital Reverb Pedal?

Post by studiodtk5 » Tue Apr 05, 2016 10:43 pm

Both are nice pedals. I have all of the pedals in the 1980s series of studio grade stomp boxes. The all sound good. I did not understand some of the color combos. Pink lettering on white? Really? Hard to read in the best lighting.
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Re: Stereo Digital Reverb Pedal?

Post by tele twister » Tue Apr 05, 2016 11:24 pm

MidiMan wrote:There was a series of pedals in the late 80s / early 90s, and a reverb was part of the lineup:
https://reverb.com/item/98263-peavey-di ... 80-s-white
YES, YES, YES! Thank you very much sir!
That SRP-16 pedal is exactly what I want. I would guess that those 16 reverb types are very similar to the types that are in my '89 Stereo Chorus 212. And that would include the one that I call, "So...The Earth IS Hollow!" which totally melts my mind. It's the "I" setting on my amp.
It's like a church, inside a hangar, in a cave, in the Grand Canyon :lol:
I gotta get one :D
studiodtk5 wrote:Both are nice pedals. I have all of the pedals in the 1980s series of studio grade stomp boxes. The all sound good. I did not understand some of the color combos. Pink lettering on white? Really? Hard to read in the best lighting.
Yeah, the color scheme is whacked, but if it emulates my SC's reverb, I'll be gazing at the ceiling all the time, and won't even see it :lol:
BTW studio, do you happen to know the delay time on the Digital Delay pedal?

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Re: Stereo Digital Reverb Pedal?

Post by studiodtk5 » Wed Apr 06, 2016 6:57 pm

I have the Chorusn212 as well. Which reverb setting are you looking at? I think it came close, but it didn't have all of the exact sounds.
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Re: Stereo Digital Reverb Pedal?

Post by tele twister » Wed Apr 06, 2016 9:17 pm

studiodtk5 wrote:I have the Chorusn212 as well. Which reverb setting are you looking at? I think it came close, but it didn't have all of the exact sounds.
On my SC 212, I'm very content with G and H, but I just put it in I (eye), the 20 second one, only when I want to freak out, when no ones listening, or so I think.
I've listened to some demos of the SRP-16, and I definitely hear some nice reverbs in there that I could use, and pack up my RV-5.
Since you mentioned you had all those pedals, I was asking if you knew the delay time of the Digital Delay Pedal, DDL-3.
I'm not seeing any manuals for these pedals in the archives, and now my ears are all pricked up on them...Squirrel! :o

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Re: Stereo Digital Reverb Pedal?

Post by studiodtk5 » Thu Apr 07, 2016 8:12 pm

I will have to get the SC212 and check it out with the other pedals. I haven't used it in awhile.
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Re: Stereo Digital Reverb Pedal?

Post by tele twister » Mon Apr 11, 2016 6:15 pm

Well, on the "way to the store" to pick up the Digital Reverb pedal, I got sidetracked and picked up the Digital Delay pedal instead :lol:

:?: Were these vintage Peavey pedals powered by an 1/8" (3.5mm) positive tip, 9 volt adapter? :?:

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Re: Stereo Digital Reverb Pedal?

Post by studiodtk5 » Mon Apr 11, 2016 7:29 pm

A standard DOD power supply works (from the 80's). I made conversion cables to use Boss power supplies. I also changed one to a Boss type connector on the pedal.
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Re: Stereo Digital Reverb Pedal?

Post by tele twister » Mon Apr 11, 2016 8:07 pm

Thanks studiodtk5!

That's what I was hoping, because I got bunches of that old school DOD stuff.

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Re: Stereo Digital Reverb Pedal?

Post by tele twister » Thu Jun 02, 2016 10:56 pm

N(o)P(s)D!!!
Thank you MidiMan and studiodtk5 for the input.
UPDATE;
A couple of months have passed, and here they are, all wired up in my XXL5150s effects loop.
They are both very inspiring pedals, and make it quite difficult to put my guitar down. I love them!
The SRP has that crazy humongous cave reverb, like the SC 212 setting "I", and a really cool gated reverse reverb, plus 14 other cool types.

My "new" SRP-16, plus my "new" DDL-3, that I acquired while searching for the SRP-16;
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So long RV-5... :lol:

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Re: Stereo Digital Reverb Pedal?

Post by studiodtk5 » Thu Jun 23, 2016 11:32 am

Excellent. Added benefit, they look cool, way different from everything else out there.
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Re: Stereo Digital Reverb Pedal?

Post by Revolution » Fri Apr 07, 2023 2:39 am

All the talk about digital reverb pedal. Well my peavey revolution head has that and the pedal which comes with the amp along with a pedal for switching channels
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Re: Stereo Digital Reverb Pedal?

Post by Revolution » Fri Apr 07, 2023 2:44 am

And I'd love to know how many in peavey amps did they make with digital reverb pedals ,mine is the peavey revolution head, it's got that

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