Boss BCB-6 Pedal Effects In Case (Est. $3,000 - $5,000). Six Boss pedals including: chromatic tuner TU-2 white, super chorus ch-1 blue, digital delay DD3 silver, digital reverb/delay RV3 grey. The case also contains tools including a pair of Les Paul’s sunglasses and has all of his settings recorded on masking tape. This is the gigging case used by Les Paul during his weekly shows at both Fat Tuesdays and the Iridium Jazz Club for decades. 3 ½ by 25 by 11 inchesmore
Michael also used this classic delay-reverb pedals made by Boss back then.I never try this one before (And i don't have any idea who still have it nowadays),so i don't want to give any comment on it.But Michael have some delay/reverb moments in some songs like "Bijou Pleasurette" and almost all songs,but i don't know if it's this or the Boss DD-3 that was used on the track.more
From a Rig Tour by [Music Radar](http://www.musicradar.com/news/guitars/rig-tour-explosions-in-the-sky-641876) with Explosions in the Sky. > “The sound of the RV-3… it’s cloudy enough to mask the digital-ness of it. As the models went along, they just got cleaner and clearer - which is fine if that’s what you’re looking for, but you can also hear the digital sound of that reverb much clearer. Whereas the RV-3 puts this little sheen over everything that makes it sound beautiful and angelic, without sounding really digital.”more
On August of 2016, [MusicRadar](http://www.musicradar.com/news/guitars/rig-tour-explosions-in-the-sky-641876) did a Rig Tour with Explosions in the Sky, taking a quick look at their gear. On Mark Smith's board, his signal is first affected by a Boss RV-3. > “It’s been indispensable, and now that I think about it, this exact pedal has lasted me about 15 years without breaking. And we finally bought some backups - so I’m feeling good about that! There are other super nice reverb options these days, but back 15 years ago it seemed far and away the best way to get the most warmth and grandness from the guitar.”more
The translated text of this tweet is as follows: "Today, the BD-2 is a Waza! The [Earthquaker] Arrows and the Centaur are already my go-tos. The [Earthquaker] Plumes is cranked! I'm not good at stepping on switches, so I use Providence loop routing boxes. Since I want to step on the CE-2 and the RE-3 at the same time, I use the loop routing boxes. The RE-6 is for those extra long delays!" In addition to the two Providence P-4TB routing boxes, this photos shows a BOSS Waza Craft BD-2, BOSS RV-3, RV-6 and CE-2, two Earthquaker pedals (Plumes overdrive, Arrows boost), and a vintage Klon Centaur.more
According to [this interview (transcribed from the February 1998 issue of *Guitar Player* magazine)](http://www.oocities.org/sunsetstrip/backstage/1076/article2f.html), Kevin utilized an RV-3 during the recording of Third Eye Blind's self-titled debut album, especially on "The Background."more
Awesome, but has its flaws. When activated, it has a certain bass boost to it that interferes with my standard sound. Can be countered by a well orchestrated equalizer, but I don't like equalizers on my pedboard. Has really great features that allow for a wide variety of Delay/Reverb mixes. I recommend this pedal, because you save a Boss-size space on your board instead of having both Delay and Reverb.