Aspri Acoustic Reverb

Made by Aspri

Description This little gizmo sits on your dreadnaught and gives you guitar a nice reverb sound
Posted By Tim Floto (6151)
Directory Equipment: Parts/Accessories
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Overall Rating: 4.5 (of 5)
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On 2/11/2013, Dom Brown (5) posted:
Overall Rating:
Seriously wouldn't play acoustic without it.
Features:
V cool. No more flat 2d sound, everywhere you go you get lush deep reverb. If you love your reverb then you'll love this. No batteries or plugging in anyplace. Great for late night playing.
Durability:
Lasted pretty well for last few months!
On 7/29/2002, Tim Floto (6151) posted:
Overall Rating:
I like this simple little thing. It sounds good, really good when you're using a slide. It's easy to install. It's only slightly obtrusive when Playing I use it as a forearm rest and I'm not sure if that impacts the reverb or not. For the price on Ebay this is a sweetie pie.
Price: $14.95 (new)
Where Obtained: EBay
Features:
This unit attaches under the strings on strings on your dreadnaught and rests against the top and side of the guitar. It installs in a few seconds and uninstalls just as fast. It really delivers on the reverb sound. It's hollow and has a couple of springs inside so I think it's really based on the old spring reverb tank. It's a black plastic jobbie the size of a couple of decks of cards. It only slightly gets it the way of my playing style.
Durability:
It's seems a little flimsy but I haven't given it a major thrashing yet. The little metal pieces that hoo under the strings may cause your guitar to detune a little and maybe cause early wear out of the strings but I can't prove that yet