#1
Anyone know the difference between a Rotovibe and a Univibe with the pedal accessory? I'd like to check one or the other out, if I ever have the money (which seems unlikely, but what the hell).
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#2
Rotovibe is more or less just a phaser/trem.

The univibe is the rotary-speaker sound.

The vintage Hendrix/ Little wing sound is the univibe.
#3
That's what I thought, but on Dunlop's website both are listed as giving a Chorus/Vibrato effect. Are Dunlop just talking out of their arse then? 'Coz I am perfectly willing to believe that.
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A recent study shows that 8% of teenagers listen to nothing but music with guitars in it. Put this in your sig if you're one of the 92% who isn't a close-minded moron.
#4
You can try listening to the clips on musicians friend.

The rotovibe can do a vibrato kind of thing, but for the swirly chorus effect it's univibe all the way.
#5
OK... Well, from what I've heard, the Univibe with a pedal sounds better than the Rotovibe, plus you can adjust the parameters of the Univibe more, which is always good. Admittedly it costs more, but since I don't have the money anyway that doesn't matter much. Thanks!

Feel free to ignore my ranting.

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A recent study shows that 8% of teenagers listen to nothing but music with guitars in it. Put this in your sig if you're one of the 92% who isn't a close-minded moron.