The Rêver pedal contains two signal blocks. One side allows for a momentary reverse of your signal while the other block contains a modulated reverb that is fed into a delay. A toggle switch allows you to set the order of the blocks. With the reverse at the start and reverb and delay after, the sound tends to feel washier and the reverse is smoother. Switch the reverse to the end of the reverb and delay signal and you have a more pronounced and glitch like reverse effect. And now Rêver 2.0 has added an additional toggle that allows you to keep the reverse latched at your selected blend setting and the momentary button as a forward switch or vice versa. An expression jack up top lets you control the reverse blend with an expression pedal. While this pedal is simple in concept and controls, the variety of sounds are endless. We find it’s best used with guitar, keys or drum machine. Our friend Vizie, here in Brooklyn created the artwork. Rêver was programmed and designed by Dan Pechacek and hand built by the dreamboats at Old Blood Noise Endeavors in Norman, OK.