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MICROVIBE

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The Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe delivers the same juicy, swinging tone as an original 1968 Uni-Vibe.• Designed as a Leslie rotating speaker simulator, the original Uni-Vibe circuit is a variation of a four-stage phase shifter. While it didnt do so well with keyboard players, its unique sound achieved legendary status when Jimi Hendrix used the effect on his Band of Gypsys record, and his landmark Woodstock performance of The Star Spangled Banner. Numerous recordings by guitar heroes like Robin Trower, David Gilmour, and Stevie Ray Vaughan also helped make the Uni-Vibe a tone classic.
Micro Vibe includes the same sinewave oscillator, incandescent lamp, and photocells, which give the original Uni-Vibe its groovy swagger. Thanks to Voodoo Labs dedicated, guitar playing engineers, our Micro Vibe gives you the same lush, psychedelic colors of the original, but in an ultra-compact, pedalboard friendly 9V stompbox!

Micro Vibe features:
Authentic, pure analog Vibe sounds that swing
Compact, pedalboard friendly size
Runs on a 9V battery
True bypass switching with LED
Hand built in the U.S.A.
Five-year warranty

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I have flanger and phaser effects already but after hearing a Dunlop Univibe. I wanted something like that but not too expensive. I tried the Microvibe and it sounds great and easy to tweak. Its not a vibrato effect and nor is it spacey sounding. It has a sound all to itself. Just listen to Hendrix play Machine Gun or Pink Floyd play Breathe...
Posted by anonymous on Nov 21, 2015
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