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Fender Marine Layer Reverb, 

Bought from Andertons 4 weeks ago. Absolutely brand new, used twice in lockdown, now surplus as I have acquired a Plethora X5.

A brilliant pedal particularly for fretless playing with its variation and control. Has a very clever instant battery change door that flips down!


  • 3 Reverb types - hall, room, special
  • Each reverb type has 2 variations for maximum versatility
  • Control over reverb time, damping, pre-delay and level
  • Effect tails continue when pedal is bypassed for a smooth performance
  • Lets you achieve all manner of reverbs, from slap-back, subtle room ambience, through to huge atmospheric halls and 'shimmer'.

So, save on a new one. Insured post £7. (Also advertised on the bay)



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