Can you make your own natural reverb? What kind of reverb effect does it have? Let's take a look at the reality

"natu-reverb" adds analog reverb to the live sound of acoustic instruments.

If you're confident in your DIY skills, you might be thinking about making one yourself.

In this article, we will explain whether it is okay to make your own natu-reverb, whether it is possible to make it yourself, and the effects and precautions to take if you do make it yourself.

What is natu-reverb?

Natural Reverb is an item that gives you the effect of spring reverb simply by attaching it to the sound hole of your guitar, without needing a power source or pickups.

Coming in March 2022, it's patented by a new Japanese manufacturer, Logic Wave.

Since it uses no electricity and is a true analog sound, it produces a very natural reverb sound.

Also, since it does not require any processing like a pickup, it can be easily removed and positioned, making it easy to change the amount and quality of reverb.

Because it is a patented new technology, there are no other similar products.

Great news for guitar and ukulele players! An item has been created that allows you to add analog reverb without any processing.
What's more, it is an eco-friendly design that does not use electricity.

"natu-reverb" is for those who want to fully enjoy the acoustic sound.
Please check it out.

▼How natu-reverb works

The principle of natu-reverb is to transmit the vibrations of the guitar's top plate to a spring, and then the vibrations generated by the spring are fed back into the guitar.

Many people may associate this with the spring reverb that was built into old guitar amplifiers, but the principle is different.

While the spring reverb built into an amplifier uses electrical signal delay, natu-reverb physically feeds vibrations back into the guitar.

▼Is it okay to make it myself?

natu-reverb is patented, but the bottom line is that there's no problem with making your own reverb for personal use .

However, it would be quite difficult to create something with the same effect as the real thing.

The structure of natu-reverb may look simple at first glance, but it is based on an ``exquisite balance'' that produces the delicate output known as reverb.

All six springs are different types, and differ in material, number of coils, size, etc. from commercially available springs.

Also, while people tend to focus on the spring, in fact, just as important as the performance of the spring is "how efficiently vibration is transmitted to the spring."

That's half the secret of natu-reverb.
Trying to recreate that perfect balance yourself would require enormous costs in materials, time, and labor.

Don't expect the same results as the real thing, but it's best to make it yourself just for the fun of DIY.





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