#1
hey guys, i have a line 6 tone port, theres a really weird but cool modulation effect called a rotovibe on it, i havent really heard of it before, its hard to describe but it' really cool for a quirky solo tone, so basically my question is has any one heard of this effect and if so is there a pedal that does it?

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1980 Gibson Silverburst Les Paul Custom
Gretsch G5445T Electromatic Double Jet
De Armond MT-75
1978 Aria Pro 2 Les Paul Standard (Lawsuit)

Orange Rockerverb 100 Head
Orange Rocker 30 Head
Orange 4x12 Cab
Vampower 4x12 Cab
Ampeg 2x10 Cab


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#2
Yeah there are quite a few. There is the Dunlop Rotovibe, the Dunlop Uni-Vibe, Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe plus a bunch more. Hendrix used it a lot listen to Machine Gun or the Star Spangled Banner to hear it.
#3
awesome xp im glad to hear this! its a really cool sound, would have been lame if i could use it to record a song but not live
1980 Gibson Silverburst Les Paul Custom
Gretsch G5445T Electromatic Double Jet
De Armond MT-75
1978 Aria Pro 2 Les Paul Standard (Lawsuit)

Orange Rockerverb 100 Head
Orange Rocker 30 Head
Orange 4x12 Cab
Vampower 4x12 Cab
Ampeg 2x10 Cab


Ain't telling you my pedals!
#4
look up "Rotory" on different music gear sites, you will find a ton of stuff. It's a classic effect that started when people used leslie rotating organ speakers for guitar. You basically get the dopplar effect repeatedly going on.

Yes, it is quite bad ass.
#5
It's actually not modulating the pitch to be technical about it. It's recreating the sound that a signal makes when it's pushed through a leslie cabinet. A leslie was basically a furniture cabinet that had a speaker in it that spun around creating that swirly sound.
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