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Leslie sim with stereo ins?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by lemmiwinks, May 23, 2011.

  1. lemmiwinks

    lemmiwinks Member

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    Is there a leslie sim out there that has stereo ins? I run a stereo rig and can't have a mono in. It will ruin everything.
     
  2. Jet Age Eric

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    What about your dirt? Or aren't you using any dirt pedals? I was kinda thinking the Lex had stereo ins, and was mildly disappointed it didn't but it still sounds great. I send the stereo outs to both a Flashback and HoF using stereo ins/outs for both of those pedals, works great this way. Has a nice, wide stereo separation to it, I don't think the mono ins will hinder you much at all.
     
  4. j_hotch

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    The RT-20 has left (mono) /right input and left (mono) /right output if that's what you are looking for.
     
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    I think I'm in the same boat as the OP, and that boat is...

    I already have a mono in/stereo out (MISO) pedal that I LOVE (Analogman Stereo Bi-Clone), and will not give up on its stereo magic willingly and run it mono just to use the stereo outs on a Ventilator or Lex etc.; i.e. a leslie sim that does stereo would be nice but it won't supplant my favored MISO pedal -- so much so I run both my Skreddy Echo & Foxrox Paradox TZF BEFORE the Bi-Clone because to my ears that stereo chorus sound > stereo echo, stereo flanger, etc.
     
  6. Jet Age Eric

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    I think RotoSIM is better than Option 5 DRS, Boss RT-20, almost as good as Rotosphere on fast and better on slow (easier to get that grind). I can't compare it to Lex or Vent. I'm still waiting for convincing Lex clips, but I know Billion81 preferred the Lex to the RotoSIM, although I think he had some very specific sounds he wanted to get. I guess I'm saying I think the RotoSIM is definitely solid, but I can't vouch that it's state of the art. Also, it took me 10 hrs to dial in just the right settings (although I could give tips to help you cut that down significantly). -E

     
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    Very cool of you sir. Will explore the RotoSIM option again; didn't care much for the DR Single, Lex clips to date have done nothing for me, but the Vent clips are SICK

    I thought I remembered reading that there was a special option/mod for the Vent for stereo in to accommodate keyboard players; although my memory is weak lately. Anyone?
     
  8. Jet Age Eric

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    This has been my take, too. Sadly, $500 ain't gonna happen. -E
     
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    H&K Tube Rotosphere: Stereo in and out.
     

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