So I wasn't totally happy with the reverb sounds I was getting and I happened across a video review of the RV-500 that mentioned it had some delays built into the algorithms. I did some more research and it turned out you can turn delays on in every patch. The cool thing too is that they have some upgraded algorithms based on the Roland Space Echo, with multiple head choices and the built in spring reverb tones. You can even run two different reverbs at the same time, both with independent delay times. The only down side is you either get tape delay tones or digital and really nothing in between. You can change the eq curves and ducking options and modulations so you can get some faux analog tones too. It's pretty awesome to find one pedal that sounds great, is easy to use and replaces multiple pedals on your board. It seems like a sleeper in the pedal world, and you can get them used for around $200-250. It's definitely worth checking out!
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