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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
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
There's nothing quite like the sound of a speaker doing 180 RPM. The Behringer RM600's stereo rotary speaker simulations will put a spin on your sound. >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
The Tech 21 Roto Choir recreates both the rotating lower speaker and the treble rotor horn --the only way to attain that complex, multi-dimensional tone. >More
From BBE Sound, the Soul Vibe is an analogue Uni-Vibe effect that was known for its phase-like rotary speaker effects and made popular in the late '60's and early '70's by players such as Jimi Hendrix, David Gilmour and Robin Trower. >More
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