Fender defined the bedrock sound of guitar reverb with its now-iconic tube amps and the standalone Fender Reverb unit that debuted in 1961. But apart from its FRV-1 collaboration with Boss, the company steered clear of the reverb stompbox fielduntil the new Marine Layer Reverb. Its been worth the wait. The digital Marine Layer is a solid performer that should satisfy fans of contemporary reverb textures, Fenders classic spring sounds, and the chamber sounds ladled into great records from the 50s and early 60s. Ectoplasmic . . .
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