i asked my girlfriend, and she said she doesn't think so. A lot of pedal manufacturers make smaller versions of their regular sized pedals. Do they sound the same? Do they have to use less, and maybe inferior components to get it all in a small box? I know that sometimes, they make a smaller version that might not have all of the bells and whistles that the regular version has, but what about the foundation of the pedal, which would be the basic sound it makes. I noticed that Fulltone makes a mini Deja Vibe. Does it sound as good as the big one? And TC makes mini versions of almost all their pedals...do they sound as good as their big brothers, just without all of the controls and options? (Not that all TC pedals sound great). I'm a basic kind of effects user, I don't go for wild sounds, and I don't need to manipulate the parameters in real time. Me, I'm a set it and forget it kind of guy. I just want 1 good chorus sound, and be able to turn it on or off. (I have the TC SCF for chorus...I love it, and I think it sounds great, I would never part with it, no expression pedal Jack, I don't need it). I want 1 good Univibe sound, I don't need to change the speed or depth or anything while I'm playing, I just turn it on or off. (I do use a couple of different delay sound types and settings, though). the Deja Vibe mini gonna sound just as good (or bad, depending on your opinion of the pedal) as the regular Deja Vibe? What about other pedals.. .I'm not asking for advice on a good sounding vibe pedal, btw. I was just using the Deja Vibe as an example.