1 NJDevil 2 weeks ago Getting down to "brass tax" with the technical detail before the story:**Here is the site I discovered with Proteus in mind and it will open to the last page I was reading before I bookmarked it:https://delicious-audio.com...Towards the top of the page is a horizontal list of different pedal types where "Reverb" is the forth option from the right. Hover your mouse around there and click in to what is a great repository of "go to" info on the reverb universe. Take a look and tell me what you think but also read the backstory below if you can. Thank you Proteus!Preface to this thread's plot and the above finding:**Back around May, I posted in an open thread that was close to wrapping up about Strymon and high prices. This led me to post an alternative about David Gilmour delay/echo hardware and a "hold my ground" approach on finding the pedal that emulates his Binson Echorec. Ruger added to the fun as he elaborated on Catalinbread's Adineko to pair with my inevitable pulling of the trigger of their Echorec pedal. Why the concentration of the 2? We both were unwavering in our desire for our need to create a unique atmospheric tone mojo that neither of us thought Strymon or other pedals brought to the table. Enter Protues input....Tim being Tim was able to add food for thought in a way that did not diminish mine and Ruger's subjective opinions, but rather he took great care in testing what I REALLY knew about options in the marketplace that might be better. He made a strong case for multiple Strymon options, expanded the dialogue, and entered the case for reverb options as well on the premise that "hey, if you're looking for tone atmosphere then make sure you are well-informed". I politely rebuked his knowledge offering because I knew to stay the course (with budget in mind) that the Echorec scratched a long persisting tonal itch. Now Proteus really gets into it by posting many reverb options and quite helpfully answers many questions I had based on the expanded content of the thread. Proteus = knowledge + kindness: I made a comment about my being happy with the spring reverb in my amp. To no surprise, Tim guessed my exposure was limited and respected my knowledge but knew I had a lot to learn. He politely made a case that really told me to explore and keep an open mind.I listened and researched past my boundaries and really became well-informed. This led to a great site that has been a repository of almost all things reverb. Only then did I really understand Tim was way ahead of me to the point that there really was no way to tell me what I didn't know but had to find on my own.