Updated Apr. 20, 2022
Boss FRV-1 ’63 Fender Reverb

The BOSS FRV-1 ’63 Fender Reverb is a digital recreation of the tube-driven 1963 Fender Spring Reverb, born from a collaboration between the two giants.

Although it’s out of production, it’s still considered one of the best digital spring reverbs on the market and sells for anywhere between $200 and $400.

We included it in our article about the best spring reverb pedals.

BOSS FRV-1 ’63 Fender Reverb, Builder’s Notes

A classic reborn — the legendary sound of the 1963 Fender® Spring Reverb returns as a modern stompbox. BOSS and Fender® USA have collaborated to create the FRV-1, a stunning recreation of the legendary ’63 Fender® Reverb via COSM technology. The FRV-1 puts that timeless tube-driven reverb sound under your foot in a tough, reliable compact pedal.

A timeless classic — the Fender® Spring Reverb is the sound that launched the surf-music phenomenon, and is a staple of rockabilly, country, and blues. Later, it became commonplace in grunge and other modern genres. Now the same legendary sound can be had in an affordable, rugged compact pedal.

Fender® Corporation licensed the use of “Fender® Bassman®” to the BOSS FBM-1, “Fender® Deluxe Reverb®” to the BOSS FDR-1, and “Fender® Reverb” to the BOSS FRV-1. No other pedals carry this official license.