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The Keeley Abbey Chamber Reverb is as close to the famous EMI echo chambers as players are going to get, shy of actually going there. This compound had three different chambers and a host of electronic filters for refining the end product.
Rather than a generic filter, the Abbey incorporates reproductions of the actual RS106, RS127 and RS135 filters used in the EMI studio. These filters boosted or cut certain bands by +/- 10dB, and targeted the frequency bands of 2.7kHz, 3.5kHz and 10kHz. Each one of these bands is selectable on the Abbey. This is tied to the Brilliance control.
Naturally occurring Room reverb pre-delay is automatically 30ms, which is where the Pre-Delay knob on the Abbey starts. It runs all the way to 150ms, which is as far as tape machines of the day would allow.
Decay and Blend knobs speak for themselves, with the Decay control offering up longer and longer ‘verb tails, and the Blend control ranging from 100 percent dry to 100 percent wet.
Keeley Electronics Abbey Chamber Verb Features: