Sign up to win the Ventris Dual Reverb! Our pride-and-joy reverb pedal features two completely independent 56-bit signal processors, essentially housing a matching pair of high-powered reverb pedals in a single box. This giveaway runs until Monday October 1, 2018 - enter today!!
The pedalboards are packed and we're on our way to the great town of Nashville, TN for Summer NAMM 2018. The show happens June 28 through the 30th and the Nashville Convention Center. We urge any and all to come say "hello" and check out the Ventris Dual Reverb, Nemesis Delay, and the rest of the Source Audio gear. We will be in booth #859. We'll see you there...
We at Source Audio are huge and long-time fans of Guitar Player magazine, so it is with great appreciation that we accept GP's coveted "Editors' Pick" award for the Ventris Dual Reverb. Guitar Player's Consulting Editor, Matt Blackett called the Ventris, "a grand slam!"
We recently learned from reliable sources the Trey Anastasio added a pair of Ventris Dual Reverbs to his live rig. We have several HARDCORE Phish and Trey fans here at Source Audio, so the entire building is abuzz.
We recently learned that the Ventris Dual Reverb was honored with Premier Guitar Magazine's coveted "Premier Gear Award." We couldn't be more grateful to accept this prestigious award, many thanks to all the fine musicians over at PG!
Connecting the Ventris Dual Reverb to the Neuro Mobile App or Neuro Desktop Editor dramatically expands the pedal's functionality and sonic territory. Check out our step-by-step instructional blog on using the Neuro App with Ventris.
The beautiful shimmering modulation of a good chorus pedal adds life to clean guitar signal or an army of three-dimensional depth and popping overtones to an overdriven tone. Check out our list of the top 10 quintessential chorus guitar tones ever laid to tape. From The Police to Nirvana, a good chorus pedal is an essential element to anybody's pedalboard.
Source Audio President, Roger Smith Talks About Crowdsourcing and the Development of the Ventris Dual Reverb.
Back in 2016, Source Audio turned to The Gear Page, a popular music gear forum, to gather the thoughts and opinions of a passionate group of gear enthusiasts on what they would look for in their dream reverb pedal.
Ryan of 60 Cycle Hum: the Guitar Podcast is a true connoisseur of surf rock tones, exactly the type of musician we aimed to convince with the Ventris Dual Reverb's Outboard Spring engine. He played one note and concluded, "They've freakin' done it, it drips!!!"