#1
I want a leslie cabinet (rotating speakers) but it's over my price range ((it costs roughly $1700, i make $60 a week after taxes (i'm 14))). I thought I wouldn't be able to get the sound I wanted, but then I heard about rotovibe pedals. ($140 ) I read that it emulates rotating speakers. So, my question is, does it sound like the leslie effect? thanks
#2
Well, all chorus type pedals are designed to emulate that affect, essentially, so: Yes.
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#3
try other modulation pedals like tremolo, phasers, and flangers too. i bet tremolo would sound good to you.
#4
Check out a Voodoo Labs Analog Chorus. Nice, lush chorus, and you can adjust the speed of the "spinning" effect. It's a very nice pedal.
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