Re: Favorite vibe pedal?
- From: "JimT" <jthread@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2010 15:12:32 -0500
"boardjunkie" <boardjunkie@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:2eebdc12-3e6c-4966-a18b-d1f3f30e016b@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
On Aug 27, 2:44 pm, "JimT" <jthr...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"Dr. Zontar" <drzon...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> Original Univibe? Fulltone Dejavibe? Sweetsound Mojovibe? Dunlop
> Rotovibe? Danelectro Chicken Salad? (don't laugh, they're pretty good,
> especially if rehoused)
> Personally, I really like the "Uni-V" setting on the Boss V-Wah. Okay,
> it's digital, but it sounds pretty accurate to me, it's easy to vary
> the speed, there's no volume drop or boost, and it's also a pretty
> good wah (not as great as my Morley, but good).
> - Rich
I looked for a "vibe" pedal and couldn't find one I liked or fit into my
idea of what a vibe should sound like. When I want a mod similar to a vibe
I'll use my Pathfinder's tremolo or a Line 6 simulated u-vibe. For some
reason, I always think people are trying to emulate a Leslie with that type
of mod and a pedal falls short for me. Nothing comes close to a live Leslie.
Dude....the Univibe was created for keyboard players as a Leslie
simulation. Us guitar dorks just latched on to it and made it our
Oh yeah...Just not a very successful Leslie simulator. Hence my comment. <g>
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