This is Why you Need More Reverb: Early-Chain Reverb VS End-Of-Chain Reverb

In this episode of Tonal Teamwork, we’re gonna be looking at the difference between an early chain reverb and an end of chain reverb and why you need both in your setup. It’s always good to have an excuse to add more reverb to your setup, right!? Right!

*Some recordings in this demo are in stereo, so please wear headphones or use a proper monitor setup, in order to get the best sonic experience*

Gear used:
Jennings Navigator
Tonfuchs Bulldog
Squier J.Mascis Jazzmaster
Meris Mercury7
Old Blood Noise Endeavors Dark Star V2
Old Blood Noise Endeavors Procession V2
Old Blood Noise Endeavors Whitecap Tremolo
Chase Bliss Audio Thermae Delay/Pitch-Shifter
Chase Bliss Audio Dark World Reverb
EarthQuaker Devices Levitation
EarthQuaker Devices Afterneath V3
EarthQuaker Devices Westwood
EarthQuaker Devices Aqueduct
EarthQuaker Devices Grand Orbiter
SoldiGoldFX Counter Current
KMA Audio Machines Cirrus
KMA Audio Machines Wurm Distortion
Mission Engineering VM-PRO
Peterson StroboTuner HD
REVV D20 and ENGL 112 cab mic’d with an Aston Stealth
Fender Deluxe Reverb 65 RI mic’d with an Aston Spirit