Question 1: Are you adding the reverb before or after recording? (Are you playing with the reverb, or adding it later?) From the words of David Lynch, you can always add echo, but you can't take it out. Same with reverb.
Question 2: If you are playing with the reverb, what are you using? If you can adjust the "wet" amount, take it down. If you can adjust the mix, take it down. But primarily, if you can decrease the time the reverb is present (as in RT 60, I would start there). If you are playing with the reverb on before recording, I would say try experimenting with lowering these amounts.
Question 3: If you are adding the reverb later, what happens when you remove all of the reverb effects?
Haven't been able to listen to the 2nd one yet. Rapidshare has a delay between downloads.
I guess part of the issue is that i'm using two reverbs - one mono feeding the other stereo one, and both are around 8s tail. I've also tried EQ'ing the output of the first EQ but after a while you just start guessing and getting nowhere!
From past posts on this board, there are quite a few who know more about EQing than I do, so I won't even go there. If you are using an 8 second tail, that may be your problem.
One final question: what is the diagram of your set-up? I use guitar-filter-distortion-modulator-volume pedal-delay modeler (echos/loops)-dual processor (includes reverb)-recording device. I've never used an e-bow. I told a friend I would probably get really lost with one and go off the deep end or something.http://virb.com/waynehiggins
Go there and check out "Idyll Idol Idle Ideal" and see if you like it. The reverb is there when playing, but way down, and then a bit more added with Pantheon Reverb, but slight. I do most things with a slight (of) hand. It's the slow flange and slight reverb that gives it the chorus illusion (I think).