I saw one on Musician's Friend years ago by Digitech. They don't produce it anymore but I think it was $179.99. I don't know if there are any others out there. There might be an effect on a Multi-FX pedal.
EDIT: Every rotary speaker pedal ever made is $1E7. Every single one. Might as well give up the dream now.
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My dad used to be into refurbishing old organs. You can find tons of them for free on craigslist. One time he found a Hammond which was toast but the Leslie worked. Damn did that thing sound sweet with the guitar. Sorry I didn't answer your question, I just saw the title and it brought back memories.
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EDIT: Every rotary speaker pedal ever made is $1E7. Every single one. Might as well give up the dream now.

wow matt really? hold up, i am want to double check that on musician's friend... ohhhh, you sneaky little devil you.
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If you're on a tight budget, you can pick up a used Digitech 'Crossroads' pedal. They're pretty crap and discontinued so they sell dirt cheap, but the rotary sim is decidedly good.

The Dano Cool Cat chorus does a great job for £30 though nowhere near the level of a proper rotary sim.
thanks for all the help, im going for the boss rt

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