It's just my savage sense of humour, but that would make a great title for an instrumental or even an EP.Those the plugin have anything to do with the plugins
This is entirely a personal preference thing. When I first began recording, I had no reverb unit so I used to put the bass drum in front of the mic and use the natural reverb from that.
I appreciate the link above for the samples!The Samplicity samples have over 130 different reverbs, Hall, Rooms, Chambers, Plates, Ambiences and Spaces at both 44 and 48K. You get left, right and stereo /quad samples. If you can't find a professional sounding reverb in that group, you're really being picky.
I personally like some of the plate reverbs, like the Sun Plate, the London Plate, and the Vocal Plate. I don't use the chambers and halls much. Most of the time, the reverb is set around -38 to -40 below the dry signal. Just pull up REAVerb, and hit File:Add and choose the reverb you want to try.
What DAW are you using? Generally the Reverb plugins that come with DAWs are really good - that said there are also great 3rd party plugins - the FabFilter Pro-R2 and the Valhalla DS ValhallaRoom - myself I use the Waves Abbey Road Plates and Chambers - Native Instruments Raum and Logics Space Designer to varying degrees all of the Reverb type plugins work fine - generally it's the operator who makes them sound bad or plain.