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  • How to add Reverb to Rodgers 220-II?

    I would like to add reverb to a Rodgers 220-II?

    Any thoughts on what product to purchase?

    How simple is this to do yourself?

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    Relatively simple. The audio signals at the output panel (where the amp cables plug in) are pretty much standard line level, so a reverb unit from Alesis, Behringer, Lexicon, etc. can be inserted in the path at that point. That's the way my Rodgers 660 and 760 are set up with Behringer Virtualizers, which have more 'room modeling' type features that a normal reverb unit. I personally prefer the Virtualizers over other reverb units as I use them to spread the soundfield around the room a bit by cross-channel mixing. Very flexible.

    --- Tom
    Rodgers 660 with additional analog rack sets (practice), 36D/C in digital conversion, Yamaha CVP-107

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