To be honest, I really don't use reverb much. After overusing every available effect on a Roland JC120 back in the 80s, I grew tired of that overly-wet signal. But there's no arguing with the utility of a good reverb to fill out that live sound just a bit.The best ones don't overwhelm your dry signal, and give you at least a little parametric control over the reverb itself. That's why I'm such a big fan of this new Reverb from Baggs—it's really musical, really quiet, and exactly what an acoustic player wants, without too many knobs and bells and whistles. Decay (to control the depth/duration of the 'verb), Reverb control (wet/dry mix), and a simple Tone control. They've dialed this in nicely.
The Reverb pedal works and sound fine with my Ultrasound Acoustic amp. The reverb adds depth to the sound of the guitar. The reverb effect has a clearer tone compare to another reverb pedal I use to own. So a plus for this Align Reverb Pedal. I would suggest a potential buyer consider purchasing the LR Baggs Align Sessions Pedal. I ordered the Session Pedal after John's suggestion. I am glad I followed John's suggestion. Both pedals function well together.