We love spring reverbs – whether they’re super-smooth or go crash-boing! From AKG BX-20/25 at the high-end through studio staples and secret weapons to a plethora of less common models.
Undisputed king of spring for us is the Grampian Type 636 – as much for its distortion properties as its reverb. We’re working on a Soundgas Type 636 built from vintage components – more news soon!
Tony’s “Lords of the Springs” article for Premier Guitar is full of obscure reverb goodness… We also did a blog featuring our favourite units – “Which Spring Reverb is Best”, and a head-to-head of 14 different springs in the “Soundgas Spring-a-thon” – well worth a watch/listen. If you need advice on which one is right for your sound, or if you’re after a particular unit, then please do get in touch.
The first live gig from the Soundgas Studio. A pair of EMS Synthi AKS back-toback producing the fabulous music of Pin Park.
PUBLISHED: 22nd May 2019
Last week we took a trip to Berlin to visit three studios - Frank Wiedemann's Innervisions studio, DJ Shonky's compact, vintage synth-heavy set up, and Nils...
PUBLISHED: 8th May 2019
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