#1
So, lately I've been hearing and reading that you can use a chorus pedal to simulate a rotary speaker if cleverly done. Is this true, and if so, can I get some settings to do so? Because I love the way Leslie rotary cab sounds, but can't afford one or the Boss rotary pedal.
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#3
XD I love bits of ingenuity like that, but I already have a chorus pedal(First one I bought, Boss CE-5), so no money would be spent.
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#4
Quote by kyle62
For the price of a chorus pedal, you could make your own...




no way xD
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#5
You should generally set a moderate-high depth and a high rate to simulate a leslie.
LOL @ the turntable leslie. I don't think that 45RPMs is high enough to sound good though.

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[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']Boss pedals may be built like tanks but I would rather buy a cardboard box that is on my side than pay for a tank that is working against me.