I want to cut the amount of treble on my reverb output.
There's nothing wrong with it: it works as you would expect.
But I play pedal steel through my RD65, and when I turn up the amount of reverb, there's just too much going on in the high register. I'm looking for a fixed cut-off of the frequencies to get a nice, warm sounding sound.
I've looked at the schematic, but I'm in no way an expert. I can solder and I have basic understanding of how things work electronically.
I think by altering some values of capacitors and/or resistors in the circuit, the job can be done. But which part(s) and what values?
Thanks for all feedback.
Attached here, the part of the schematic I'm talking about