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Yeah I hate when people put non descript titles on threads, I dont usually read them either ....Originally posted by Leonardo
I've heard mixed reviews on the sound of the RotoSim (even though I have faith in Dave and his effects!)Originally posted by DonneR
I havent had time to compare t he Machine to a Sphere side by side ( maybe monday)- but I think it will work well in the 'smaller/cheaper similar sound' spot....... especially for guys that just use the 'sphere occasionally :
the drive knob is effective
the slow speed goes almost to stop so it can mimic the braking effect that way.....
and between the 3 different models and the rotor blend pot , most folks should find thier Leslie sound ----------------
but its still a pedal and the 'throwand grind ' will still depend on what speaker set up you have,,,,,,
the Machine is more of a miniSphere
the RotoSIM is more of a Sphere alternative
Yeah, I have had noise issues with the tonecore pedals with both my DC brick and my PP2. Its annoying to say the least. Just dont want to have to run a seperate source to keep them quiet.Originally posted by ultrevex
Do retailers have this pedal yet? Does it produce the same high level of self noise as the other line 6 pedals in this series?