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Karen Sarkisian


From:
Boston, MA, USA
Post Posted 16 Nov 2017 9:06 am     Reply with quote

Wet Reverb causing some noise when I use it, regardless of whether its on or off, when its in the chain there is additional noise. Not getting the same noise with my Strymon El Cap pedal. both are on isolated power supply power.
anyone else with this issue ? its a great sounding reverb but I don't like the noise. Doesnt matter if its before or after the preamp, same noise issue.
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George Macdonald


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Vancouver Island BC Canada
Post Posted 16 Nov 2017 9:31 am     Wet reverb Reply with quote

I have two Wet reverbs, one for my lap steel, [on a stand,] and one for my pedal steel. I haven't experienced the problem you described, but maybe try a different power adapter if you haven't already. If that doesn't work you might consider sending it to Neunaber in Calif. I'm sure they could solve the problem.
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Karen Sarkisian


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Boston, MA, USA
Post Posted 16 Nov 2017 9:48 am     Reply with quote

for sure I will contact them. it sounds great, just frustrated with the noise issue (being super picky)...
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Mitchell Smithey


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Texas, USA
Post Posted 18 Nov 2017 2:36 pm     Reply with quote

Mine has developed a hum . Is that what you are getting?
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Karen Sarkisian


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Boston, MA, USA
Post Posted 18 Nov 2017 10:23 pm     Reply with quote

Mitchell Smithey wrote:
Mine has developed a hum . Is that what you are getting?


yes
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Tom Wolverton


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San Diego, CA
Post Posted 20 Nov 2017 7:07 am     Reply with quote

I had a reverb pedal get noisy the other day. It turned out that I had the input and outputs reversed. Once I fixed that, it was fine. The weird thing is that it sort of worked like that.
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Terry Lovett


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Texas, USA
Post Posted 7 Jan 2018 8:17 am     Reply with quote

Karen,

I'm curious if you resolved the hum issue with your pedal unit. Does your reverb device have a place to insert and use a battery?
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