#1
Alright I have that DigiTech RP-350 Processor and I really love the Uni-Vibe modelling on it. I am looking for a stand-alone uni-vibe pedal, that way I can dial-in and change settings easier. I have to go in and re-program the processor otherwise.

On that note, I have a few questions though:

Would the Dunlop Uni-Vibe sound "close to" or "better than" the modelling on my processor?

Also people say the VooDoo Labs, BBE, and Rocktron are pretty good. I haven't tried them actually, but based on what I've seen, the VooDoo Labs look crummy, (not easy to dial in), BBE seems a bit limited, and I didn't even know Rocktron made a Uni-Vibe copy.

In GuitarPlayer magazine they say the Fulltone is a close copy to the original. Again, I haven't tried it, but looks promising.

Or should I just get DigiTech's version of the uni-vibe?
#2
the fulltone one sounds incredible. the dunlop does the job fine though, and anything will sound better than the digitech preset one.
The Gear:

Custom Strat
Mesa Boogie Stiletto Ace
Fulltone OCD
Electro Harmonix Small Clone Chorus
Dunlop Crybaby Classic
MXR EVH-117 Flanger
Fulltone Soul Bender
#3
how much does the fulltone run for?

I'm not gonna be living on it, just something to add some ambience but more expressive than regular chorus.
#4
the fulltone one is expensive, i think $240
The Gear:

Custom Strat
Mesa Boogie Stiletto Ace
Fulltone OCD
Electro Harmonix Small Clone Chorus
Dunlop Crybaby Classic
MXR EVH-117 Flanger
Fulltone Soul Bender
#5
Lovepedal magicboy vibe. It's only got one knob, so if you need a lot of options look elsewhere. For $150, it sounds better than most costing a lot more (I liked it better than the fulltone soundwise).

http://lovepedal.com/fab50.htm

Edit: It's got an internal trimpot too.
Last edited by Roc8995 at Feb 28, 2008,
#6
Quote by Trapman870
the fulltone one is expensive, i think $240



It's not too expensive. The Dunlop one goes for $230 on Guitarcenter.com