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Rotovibe users, talk to me.


kishjor

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The rotovibe is analog and does not come stock with true bypass. I would say that it sounds more like a Univibe than a Leslie, but it definately sounds different than a Univibe (not as lush). However, I've had one for about 2 years now and I enjoy it greatly. It's best used on small passages as an accent effect.

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No...I heard they are decent if you get true bypass installed.

 

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i used to have one.

like others have said, the bypass is pretty poor.

as far as true bypassing goes as far as i remember (with mine anyway) the switch is attached to the pcb, making it a royal pain in the arse.

 

the overall sound was actually quite nice as long as you didnt compare it to a univibe. it wasnt worse, just different. maybe not quite as much depth as a univibe, but that said, i always found the univibe i had to be a bit too much.

 

the speed control with the pedal was a pretty cool idea, but it also had its downside in that everytime you wanted to turn the effect on or off you had to go to full speed. a minor annoyance, but one that starts to grate after a while.

 

i'd say try one and see what you think.

 

i'm wishing i hadnt sold mine now...

 

edit- yes it is analogue. it even has led/ldr thingys

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