My stepdaughter's birthday is coming up next month, so I'm giving her an Etherwave Standard and a Moog TB-15 amp, and possibly some headphones in case her dorm mates object to the volume. I'm also thinking of purchasing a reverb unit. If I understand the TB-15 correctly, the input impedance is different from a guitar amp, so I'm wondering if a guitar pedal reverb is compatible. I was thinking of a Danelectro or Behringer because they're fairly inexpensive.
One more question: I purchased the Etherwave used and I noticed that the volume control actually acts like a volume control on an amplifier. Is there an adjustment that can be made to correct the functioning of the control?
@BernieK Here is the model of reverb I'm using. It may be a bit higher preiced than you want, but it not only has reverb, but a few other cool items like reverse reverb, a little eq, effect volume, and dual outputs.
The other product you mentioned should work fine as well. I've used all sorts of effects with my TB-15, as well as a the 20-25 watt RMS100 amps in my studio, and they sound nice.
I like DigiTech effects (I have their Synth Wah Envelope Filter), but this one is a little fancier than my stepdaughter could appreciate. I'm going with a Behringer DR600 Digital Stereo Reverb.
The HotRodEtherwav.pdf looks like it would be useful for setting the volume and pitch controls, but if Thierry or Wilco want to chime in, I would be most appreciative.
@BernieK Yeh, your daughter can always upgrade later when ready to expand. I think the Behrenger should be all she needs in the way of reverb for now. don't need, or really want all that much anyway when learning. :)
Wish I could be of more help on the volume issue. Sorry. I just play'em, and mod'em. :)