You're unfair. It is not that big, and the only exotic controls you will find on it are the sliders. The "chorus / vibrato " footswich is a brilliant idea.There's a lot of fantastic alternatives that don't cost $500, the size of a pedaltrain jr, and look like the control panel of an airplane.
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If the return is huge I would say it is worth it. I just scored a brand new Nuvibe for $334 with shipping, and I am stoked. How do you like the SDD-3000? I love having big boxes on my board when they kick ass.I own one and it is the best vibe I have played. I think it is huge, but it looks nice next to a fullsize fuzzface. I also have the Korg sdd-3000 delay so I guess the pedal size doesn't matter to me.
I just purchased a Nuvibe: would you mind educating me on your internal pot tweaking adventures?I recently purchased a Nuvibe and initially, was not all that impressed. I wanted a vibe that was slightly slower. I decided to open it up for a look and noticed some trimpots, 4 in total. I located the pot I thought might be responsible for the speed and did a little tweaking. Needless to say, with 4 other pots to tweak I am not close to having it dialed in yet. However, just with the little I have done this pedal is unreal. Just a side note, doing it by yourself is very time consuming.
Hot Dog we have a Weiner! Iv nailed it IMO. I'm sure you could do double blind test with an original voiced similar and no one would notice the difference in performance but the minute some find out it's not based on a lamp/photo resist system, they become increasingly un-interested.At that price I think people are expecting an incandescent lamp/more traditional circuit.