1 Journeyman 4 months ago For starters, I love reverb, but, the right ones for the right jobs. Spring.....has its place, for sure, and seems easily available. The kind of reverb I'm looking for, in a pedal, can be found in my old Lexicon LXP1 and LXP5. Both LXP5s have bit the dust, and this is after keeping them alive by replacing the rotary switches (a few hours on a huge Chinese supply sight several years back got me the cross-referenced part numbers that are no longer manufactured in the USA) I also found some of the upgraded chips that Lexicon used in some more expensive units. I'm afraid that the old LXP 1 with die soon and so have been looking for a reverb pedal that is comparable in terms of quality. I communicated with Jim Williams, well-known Lexicon modder and upgrader about the units and since the rotary switches were ruled out a the source of the deaths, he said, "It could be anything." I took this to mean, a lot of time and money. Add shipping, USD/CAD exchange rates....probably not worth it. What I've tried so far:  Hall of Fame- Not bad, but without any character, and completely nondescript.  Maleko Spring Chicken- Sort of a cross between spring and long decay type digital, but can sound a bit 'choursy', which is my main beef with the rest of the pedals I've tried; there seems to be a slight built-in modulation that I can't get rid of.  DigiTech Polara- Same problem, in spite of the company claiming the Lexicon footprint, the slight hard wired? modulation becomes distracting when the effects level is turned up, and I sometimes like a LOT of reverb.  Earthquaker Devices Ghost Echo-When I first got his pedal, I loved it for its atmospheric, noir vibe, but again, when I want the reverb high in the mix, the modulation makes it sound like a chorus pedal.Like I said, I'm not looking for a spring reverb sound, more like long, atmospheric, warm, rich, and on and on with the descriptive words, and I don't want or need a developer's idea of whatever they think their hard wired modulation is simulating. What is that? Reflections?The obvious solution is probably the Strymon Blue Sky. But....I only need two or maybe three settings. If I have to I'll drop the big $$$ for all the extra stuff, but it would be great if there is a pedal that has what I need. The other negative is the Strymon's size, but not a deal breaker. What say you pedal heads? Any suggestions? Proteus? I know you have a pedal fetish. Anyone?