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post Jul 14 2010, 01:11 PM
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Just a simple question:
Whats the best stand-alone Univibe unit around ?? (eg. Univibe alone, no multieffect....)

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QUOTE (VictorUK @ Jul 14 2010, 08:42 PM) *
Probably the most expensive lol like t-rex, fulltone etc... i really have no idea though


Hmm, might be ... I will check it out, Fulltone makes some "mini" thingy ..
Guess I have to check out what SRV and Hendrix used...

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post Jul 14 2010, 10:17 PM
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- Hughes & Kettner Tube Tools Tube Rotosphere MKII
- Fulltone Mini DejaVibe

These are considered great, but haven't tried them. I would trust Fulltone products tho.


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The Fulltone is a great choice and would also suggest :

- KR Megavibe
- Roger Mayer Univibe
- Retroman Uber vibe

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post Jul 15 2010, 06:25 PM
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if the univibe is needed for recording, i would probably go with a plug in, now if you got all the time in the world and some money get the real deal, but i had some troubles in the past getting a good recording tone with a custom univibe here in my studio.

i like to keep all tempos/modulations synced smile.gif


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post Jul 15 2010, 10:32 PM
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Thx. guys for all the great suggestions!
Today I tried my Marshall into a real Leslie, that was just awesome - but who wants to carry that box when playing live.... ohmy.gif
I read some reviews and comparisons, and even that the Fulltone is quite expensive, it seems that it has got the best
reputation so far... The problem is that they dont sell Fulltones products in the store's here.....

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If it helps here are some samples of the Fulltone.

Also the Swedish importer according to Fulltone is:



Luthman Scandinavia
Vinthundsvägen 157
12862 SKÖNDAL
Sweden
Tel: +46 8 640 42 42
Fax: +46 8 640 73 35
Email:[email protected]
Sweden: www.luthman.se
Denmark: www.luthman.dk

If they can't help the full list of non-USA is here smile.gif .


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Staffy I have a Rodger Mayer Voodoo vibe... its awsome

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post Jul 16 2010, 09:18 AM
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QUOTE (tonymiro @ Jul 16 2010, 12:51 AM) *
If it helps here are some samples of the Fulltone.

Also the Swedish importer according to Fulltone is:



Luthman Scandinavia
Vinthundsvägen 157
12862 SKÖNDAL
Sweden
Tel: +46 8 640 42 42
Fax: +46 8 640 73 35
Email:[email protected]
Sweden: www.luthman.se
Denmark: www.luthman.dk

If they can't help the full list of non-USA is here smile.gif .


Thx. Tony, I know, but the problem is that the shops here doesn't have such one's in stock - they rather manufacture BOSS and some Behringer junk. I guess these line of pedals are too expensive for the regular customer. I would have been nice to try one out before You buy it...

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QUOTE (stratman79 @ Jul 16 2010, 01:13 AM) *
Staffy I have a Rodger Mayer Voodoo vibe... its awsome


Yeah, I checked it out now on YouTube, it looks/sounds awesome. Still I like that the new fulltone is in stereo... hard decision coming up...

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