Hammond Organ USA announces the release of their first-ever Digital Leslie Pedal. Designed and built in America, the Leslie Pedal allows the distinctive rotary, moving sound of a Leslie to be added to any, guitar, bass, keyboard, or studio rig. >More
Derived from the state-of-the art Digital Leslie onboard the new Hammond Sk series stage keyboards and the flagship B-3mkII Organ, the Leslie "G" Pedal evokes vintage 122 and 147 Leslies, and the Model 18, basis of the classic Vibratone Guitar cabinet made famous by Stevie Ray Vaughn and others. >More
Countless guitar heroes have embraced the rotary-speaker sound on stage and in the studio. With this in mind, BOSS proudly announced the RT-20 Rotary Sound Processor. Employing COSM modeling technology, the RT-20 authentically reproduces classic rotary speaker sounds, and beyond. It offers adjustable Rise Time, Horn and Bass speed, and Overdrive -- and not just for classic twirl -- the RT-20 can be used to create unique overdrive and pulsating effects as well. This pedal also offers a stunning graphical view of the virtual rotors on its built-in display. >More
The Electro-Harmonix Lester G is the ultimate stereo rotary speaker emulator for guitar with all the features and sounds. The ultimate rotary speaker emulator packed with goodies like a specially designed compression circuit to supercharge the rotating speaker effect on guitar. >More
Originally designed in 1968 as a rotating speaker simulator, the Uni-vibe achieved legendary status on landmark recordings by Jimi Hendrix, Robin Trower and Stevie Ray Vaughan. The Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe delivers the lush, psychedelic swirl of the original Uni-vibe. And it's the only Uni-vibe copy available in a compact, battery-operated pedal. The Micro Vibe includes the original sine-wave oscillator, incandescent lamp, and photocells to achieve the most authentic sound of any Uni-vibe clone. >More
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