Thank you for purchasing the Wet Mono Reverb. We really mean it. We value that you have placed your trust in our product, often based solely on what you see and hear on the internet. We hope to earn that trust by delivering a quality product that inspires you to make better music.
We do not ship paper User Guides with our products. We feel this wastes paper, when the same information is available here. Also, we update this User Guide from time to time and want you to have the most current version.
Warning: This product contains parts that are sensitive to electro-static discharge (ESD). Removing the bottom cover may expose these parts to ESD, which can result in permanent damage and voids the warranty. For this reason, we strongly advise you not to remove the bottom cover or otherwise disassemble the pedal.
The power jack accepts a standard center-negative pedal power adapter (not included). The power adapter must be 9-12V and capable of supplying at least 65 mA. See this page for a list of recommended adapters.
If you are using a daisy-chain cable to power multiple pedals, the total of all the pedals' current (mA) ratings should be less than the current rating of the adapter.
The mono input jack accepts input directly from your instrument or amplifier effects loop output.
For line-level (+4dBu) input, keep the Mix knob below 60% and use a 12V power adapter.
The mono output jack provides output to another effects pedal, amplifier input, or effects loop input. This low-impedance output is capable of driving long cables without a change in tone. If plugging into the input of your amp, you should use the low impedance (Lo-Z) input if available.
The Mix knob controls the mix between the dry signal and reverb:
The taper of the Mix knob has been carefully and painstakingly tailored so that you may easily dial in just-a-touch through completely awash in reverb.
The Depth knob controls the length of the reverb tail, or in other words, the size of the room.
The Wet Mono Reverb v3 implements a buffered "trails" bypass. The reverb signal will trail off naturally after the pedal is bypassed.
The LED lights when the effect is active.
Bypassing the effect does not significantly change the power consumption, as it does not turn off power to the pedal.
Reverb should always be placed at the end of the signal chain, after any distortion or overdrive. If you are using the distortion in your amplifier, the Wet Reverb should be placed in the effects loop.
|Nominal Input Level, Mix < 60%||+4 dBu, line level|
|Nominal Input Level, Mix @ 100%||-10 dBV, instrument level|
|Input Impedance||1 MΩ|
|Output Impedance||470 Ω|
|Gain, enabled vs. bypass||+/-1 dB, (dry signal only)|
|Frequency Response||20Hz—20kHz, +0.1dB/-0.5dB
(dry signal or bypassed)
|Total Harmonic Distortion||< 0.002 % typical
(dry signal or bypassed, 22Hz—22kHz, 1.0 VRMS, 1 kHz)
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||105 dB typical
(knobs @ 50%, 22Hz-22kHz, A-weighted, 2 VRMS reference
|Power Adapter Input||9-12 V DC, 65 mA,
plug: center-negative, 5.5 mm OD x 2.1 mm ID
|Dimensions||2.8" W, 4.5" L, 1.85" H / 71 mm W, 115 mm L, 47 mm H|
|Weight||6.7 oz (190 g)|
*Specifications subject to change without notice.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.