Delay & Reverb

Browse our range of delay and reverb pedals at PMT Online.

We stock delay pedals and reverb pedals from all the top brands including Fender pedals, Boss pedals, Eventide, KMA, Old Blood Noise and more.

At extra atmosphere and dimension to your music with this amazing range of reverb and delay pedals.


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Delay & Reverb FAQs

  • What is the difference between reverb and delay?

    Reverb is an effect that simulates the sound of a room or 'space' - it replicates the reflections of your original tone off walls and surfaces. Delay pedals capture your guitar sound and repeat it based on the parameters that you set on the FX unit.
  • What do reverb and delay pedals do?

    Delay pedals take the sound that is played into them and repeat it at a set rate. Reverb effects simulate the sound of a room or 'space' by replicating the reflections of the original sound from off of walls and surfaces.
  • Should I get a reverb or delay pedal?

    If you need to have an echo effect on your guitar that is capable of subtle doubling or psychedelic repetition then buy a delay pedal. Reverb pedals are better suited to adding ambience to your guitar tone.
  • Should reverb go before or after delay?

    Reverb and delay are interchangeable in most effects set-ups, however most guitarists place the reverb at the end of the chain.
  • What is the difference between analogue and digital delay?

    Analog delay pedals usually rely on a BBD chip to offer a noticeably warm and authentic echo on your guitar tone. Digital guitar pedals offer a greater degree of control and the ability to be more flexible with the tones that are being replicated.
  • Where should a delay pedal sit in my signal chain?

    Delay pedals usually sit towards the end of the guitar signal chain, before reverb units but after distortion and modulation.
  • What are the difference between delay and echo pedals?

    Echo effects are a type of delay that sound natural and similar to how an echo would occur in the real-world. Delay effects encompass this sound and many more otherworldly tones.
  • How should you stack multiple delay pedals?

    Using an analog delay at the end of the chain will usually give a warmer sound, compared to the brighter tone of a digital pedal. Also, use different rhythm settings and feedback times on each pedal to change the overall sound.