#1
I want to get a rotovibe or univibe for you know what, that hendrixey rotating speaker sound. I tried out a rotovibe at Sam Ash and I think it achieved the effect rather well, but I wonder if it's worth the extra money for the univibe instead? Unfortunately I haven't had the chance to try one out. Either way I would be buying used off ebay or something to save some money but univibes still go for more than rotovibes. How are they different, and is it worth spending the extra money on a univibe to get that swirly sound?
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#2
a rotovibe is basically the smae thing, but cheaper, and slightly less good sounding, but it is true bypass unlike the univibe, and plus the univibe does not come with a expression pedal, or if it does, then it costs a lot. I am personally going to go with the rotovibe, as the sonic difference is also very small.
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#3
whichever isn't dunlop.
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#4
Univibe ftw!
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