Boss RV-6 Reverb Pedal - Noise Boyz
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Boss RV-6 Pedal







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Noise Boyz Review

The Boss RV-6 is an incredibly versatile reverb pedal that can cover the entire range of reverbs you’re looking. Featuring 7 separate modes each with their own flavor and characteristics, the RV-6 gives you a solid base to build on your sounds creatively, whether you’re playing bright cleans or looking to add some character to your distorted settings.

  • Delay

  • Dynamic

  • Hall

  • Modulate

  • Plate

  • Room

  • Shimmer

  • Spring

So a bit of pedal history here. The boss rv-3 pedal from the early 90s was a mixed reverb and delay pedal and was apparently pretty widely used by Johnny Greenwood of Radiohead. Ever since, the rv-3 has been a sought after after-market pedal. So the delay here is nothing really all that special except for the fact that you get a reverb and delay built into one. But in my honest opinion, delay is one of those parameters you really want to have a lot of control over, whether it is setting a tap rhythm with your foot (check out the boss dd-6 here) or setting yourself up for a shred style solo where you need lots of sustain. This setting won’t accomplish either of those tasks. The delay+ on the RV-6 sounds good, it is just not as versatile as you might need when putting it together with other pedals in your signal chain. Take a listen below to see what I mean (sort of gives you a U2 type sound reminiscent of one their best tunes, ‘bad’ of the underrated album ‘The Unforgettable Fire.'

Tech Specs


1 x 1/4" (stereo), 1 x 1/4" (mono), Expression


1 x 1/4" (stereo), 1 x 1/4" (mono)

Power Supply



2 inches


5 inches


2 inches


0.8875 lbs.

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