Boss Announces FRV-1 Fender Reverb Pedal

Boss and Fender recreate the classic 1963 Fender Reverb in a stompbox

Los Angeles, CA (June 11, 2009) -- Boss and Fender have teamed up to create the FRV-1 reverb pedal, a recreation of the 1963 Fender Reverb.

Boss and Fender say the FRV-1 recreates the classic spring-reverb sound of the 1963 edition thanks to its patented COSM technology. The FRV-1 was designed for maximum versatility with the sound of rockabilly, country, blues, surf rock and even grunge rock in mind. The three classic controls for Dwell, Tone, and Mix allow for additional versatility. The FRV-1 is expected to be available in late July.

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