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  • Best leslie/rotary speaker pedal

    What is the best Leslie simulator pedal?

  • #2
    I'd like to know also. I've been thinking of trying a Uni Vibe but I know there are better ones out there.
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    • #3
      From what i understand the H&K Rotosphere is up there as the best or close to it. I personally am going to get an RT-20 soon, seems like all id need
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      • #4
        little danelectro thing is pretty sweet

        i have a maxon PH350 on its way which is meant to be pretty darn lovely too

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        • #5
          whatabout the rotovibe.

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          • #6
            Excuse me while I whip out my Rotomachine Clip once again. (also has Boss OC-3 and Little Big Muff)
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            Mini mixer £25 posted. Good size for pedalboards.
            EHX 24v DC adapter £12 posted
            Dual momentary footswitch £20 posted.
            Telecaster 3 way switch and vintage jack socket. £5 posted


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            • #7
              Excuse me while I whip out my Rotomachine Clip once again. (also has Boss OC-3 and Little Big Muff)


              Rotomachine?

              Edit-nvm, just looked it up, nice clip
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              • #8
                I've played the Rotomachine, Rotosphere and RT20, and I reckon the best is the RT20. The Rotosphere is noisey (lots of background hiss), the Rotomachine is good, but really messes with your guitar tone and kills fuzzes. The RT20 is therefore my favourite, with the added bonus that you get a good vibe simulator as well.
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                • #9
                  I tried the Rotosphere many years ago and wasn't impressed, it was too flangery sounding to me. I have an RT-20 and it's very nice. Still need to try the Roto-Machine though.
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                  • #10
                    I like my Fulltone Deja Vibe. I don't know if it's the best, but I like the vibe and vibrato tones it gives me.
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                    • #11
                      I've had better luck with the rotomachine in front of the amp. In the fx loop it totally takes over your tone. It doesn't sound bad, but not many pedals dictate your sound like that and it can be a bit annoying.
                      Selling:


                      Mini mixer £25 posted. Good size for pedalboards.
                      EHX 24v DC adapter £12 posted
                      Dual momentary footswitch £20 posted.
                      Telecaster 3 way switch and vintage jack socket. £5 posted


                      Excellent dealings with AncientMariner, Chucknorris1982, Daysofspeed, Kurd01, Melx, SirLemonHead, and a few of others I can't remember. . .

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                      • #12
                        Rotosphere is THE leslie pedal, can't really be beat to my ears. The RT-20 and rotomachine are digital and just lack something to me.

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                        • #13
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                          • #14
                            Thanks for the suggestions. BTW I have a Hammond M3 organ that I wish to use the pedal for. Currently I am using the rotary speaker effect on my Radias and it's just ok...

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                            • #15
                              I would try to check out an old analog Dynacord CLS-222
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