Stompboxtober Day 26: Revv G2

Enter here for your chance to WIN a Revv G2! Giveaway Ends October 27, 2021.


G2

Celebrating the new fan favorite G2 Overdrive with a limited edition gold chassis guaranteed to add class to your rig. The G2 is a labor of love between Revv & premier session guitarists. From clear tone-shaping boost, to touch-sensitive overdrive, to organic amp in a box distortion - The G2 gives your amp the final push it needs to get the job done.

Revv Amplification's Green Channel 2 is an expressive crunch channel loved by Nashville session artists for its feel & clarity. Now it has its own overdrive pedal to match.

Applying the Green Channel to an amp in a box pedal format also resulted in a great boost & overdrive pedal, always-on tone-enhancer, or even old-school higher gain sounds.

Amp in a box:
Big amp tone, organic feel, & 3 voicing options.

Plays nice with:
Combos, Heads, Pedalboard Rigs, in Effects Loops, w/ Cab Modeling. Revv pedals will drop right into your existing rig.

Form Factor:
Small Single-Space Enclosure, Standard 9v Power (center negative 9v external power supply only), Durable Construction, Top-Mounted Jacks, Blue LED, Laser Etching.

Based on Revv Amplification's Green Channel — An expressive and dynamic crunch voicing that provides almost-cleans to satisfying solos.

Clear, Warm, Responsive Tone — The G2 always sits how you want in a mix whether you are using it as your main gain source or boosting your amp.

Three Dynamic Voices — Off gives you a full-range boost with 3-band EQ suitable for enhancing your clean tone or boosting your amp. Blue is the core tone of the pedal - touch responsive with musical breakup. Red brings you a fat classic amp-like gain tone.

New Versatile Tone Possibilities — The G2 has the widest gain & EQ range of any of our pedals. From totally clean to huge overdrive. Sculpt the highs, lows, & mids to your exact rig & preferences.

Build Your Own Tone — The G2 plays nice with other pedals & is designed to stack well with low noise. Combine with your existing favorite, or other Revv pedals to "build your own amp" on a clean pedal platform. Or use G2 to tighten searing high gain!

Revv Amplification
$229

For at least a decade, the classic Ampeg SVT was the dominant bass amp for power and tone.

Photo courtesy of ampeg.com

From the giant, hefty beasts of yore to their modern, ultra-portable equivalents, bass amps have come a long way. So, what's next?

Bassists are often quite well-informed about the details of their instruments, down to the finest technical specs. Many of us have had our share of intense discussions about the most minute differences between one instrument and another. (And sometimes those are interrupted by someone saying, "It's all in the fingers.") But right behind our backs, at the end of our output cables, there is a world of tone-shaping that we either simply ignore or just don't want to dive into too deeply. Turning a gear discussion from bass to amp is a perfect way to bring it to an abrupt end.

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Intermediate

Beginner

  • Develop a better sense of subdivisions.
  • Understand how to play "over the bar line."
  • Learn to target chord tones in a 12-bar blues.
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Playing in the pocket is the most important thing in music. Just think about how we talk about great music: It's "grooving" or "swinging" or "rocking." Nobody ever says, "I really enjoyed their use of inverted suspended triads," or "their application of large-interval pentatonic sequences was fascinating." So, whether you're playing live or recording, time is everyone's responsibility, and you must develop your ability to play in the pocket.

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