Guitarist Robert Ackroyd has two Fender Hot Rod DeVille 212 amps. “They have a great drive sound without getting the levels too loud,” says guitar/bass tech Djamir “Penguin” Filho. “Added to the amps are two THD Hot Plates. I can control the levels and have the tubes always ‘full-on’ while keeping the volume correct for the show. We mike each amp with a Shure SM57.” Ackroyd’s footpedals comprise a H.O.G. (harmonic octave-generator guitar synth); Boss Loop Station RC-2, TU-3 chromatic tuner, FZ-5 fuzz, TR-2 tremolo and DD-7 digital delay; DigiTech X Series digital reverb; and Ibanez TS-9 Tube Screamer. - See more at: http://www.mixonline.com/news/tours/all-access-florence-and-machine/368254#sthash.PF1WImhw.dpufmore
“Hazel uses a Vox AC15 and I use a VOX AC30. My pedalboard hasn’t changed very much since the first record,” says Gregory. “I’ve got two pedals I’ve been meaning to replace forever – a DigiTech DigiDelay and a DigiVerb. I’ve used them for years and know them really well. You can buy them for about £40, but they just really seem to fit. I use a cello bow, with the DigiVerb turned up all the way, a Maxon OD9 and the DigiDelay, and it makes this massive sound.more
Although has some cool features the Digiverb sounds very electronic and grimy. When bending a string the sound gets very distorted similar to reverb sound but taken to an extreme. Paired with some delay the Digiverb is tolerable but otherwise is a waste of money.
A generic reverb pedal. Actually it does what it's meant to, but I guess I will replace this one for Supernatural by Digitech very soon. Digiverb lacks 'huge' tones, which I need. Good for solos and traditional tone builds though.