#1
I'm looking for a pedal (prefferably small, not really huge like the boss RT-20) that can give me a good (close, prefferably) hammond organ-ish sound. It's for jazz. So sue me.

So far i've got a few candidates:

1.) Line 6 roto machine
2.) Analogman Chorus (Can this give you a good leslie sound?)
3.) Dunlop Univibe/Rotovibe

I'm willing to save up but PLEASE, not $500 like that hughes and kettner rotosphere. Thanks
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#2
Well are you using it for guitar or organ?

Because a Leslie pedal on guitar will give a sound similar to Badge by Cream.

I have a Visual Sound H2O which IMO does the job great, but if you want Leslie sounds the Line6 does seem good. Also check out the Fulltone Deja Vibe, which is a better buy than the Dunlop.
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#3
I agree with Gabel about the Deja Vibe, I've been looking around for these and that is my first choice.

My second choice would be a tie between the voodoo labs micro vibe and BBE soul vibe. Check both of those out too.
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#4
Guitar, bros. And Badge by Cream is not the sound i'm looking for heheh

The dejavibe, i have tried, and it's good, but it's not close enough to that funky B3 sound i'm looking for.

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=2eKvcIJW6Rg

this is close to what i'm looking for. He told me that he used a Digitech EX-7 (on the leslie sim thingy) with a bit more speed. So far the Line 6 tone port has been closest to the so
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#5
Well a Leslie does not really give you that sound, a Leslie on a guitar sounds more like Badge.
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#7
Sounds cool mate! Just wondering if it can give me a funky B3 sound
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#8
Korg G4, best one I've heard. Discontinued sometime in the 90s, so they're probably really pricey!

There's also the Deja-Vibe and a load of other Univibe-style pedals. The Maxon PH-350 also looks really good too, http://www.maxonfx.com/vintage/ph350/

Good luck with getting a Leslie pedal, anyone who knows me knows that I'm a Leslie lover

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#9
^Joe Bonamassa uses one of those Korgs, it's amazing according to him.
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#10
^Yeah, I saw that on a video of him using it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QyRHpq4x-M

Heard some other homemade clips by someone else, and thats how I came to my conclusion, I'd love to get my hands on one of those things!
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#11
ah... so for the B3 hammond sound i'm after, would i be better off with a chours?
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#12
I dunno, actually more something that would "emulate" the sound of an organ...
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#13
There's the Electro-Harmonix POG, that can emulate the sound of a keyboard, but I'm pretty sure that's not exactly what you're after.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rsjIJ_BIsbI
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