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Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by MrMunky, Nov 6, 2005.
Works for me!
Again, great clip.
So, do you like this thing or what? Any negatives or other dislikes that you'd care to mention? Or do I just need to go buy one tomorrow?
I'm also looking for feedback on the Liqua-Flange, if you happen to have picked one of those up also.
Nice clip. I must say I like the sound of RotoMachine. Hope the pedal is well constructed.
Very nice. The H&K Rotosphere (clip) is pretty sexy too, but way way way more money.
Nice clip, I liked the chipmunks, too.
I don't hear much of the dreaded digital tone-suck in these clips.
Can you comment? I assume you like this pedal 'cause you're obviously spending a lot of time with it.
What about the Boss RT-20? Anyone have an early line on this one (I'm not even sure they're out yet).
I was also looking at the Option 5 Destination Rotation awhile back. Any comparisons with the analog based units (and especially the Option5 since it is one of the only ones that bills itself as a rotary speaker simulator and not a vibe)?
Great clip man. Sounds fantastic!
well I just ordered one from MF, will a boss power supply work or do I need to get a line 6 power supply , I`ve never had a line 6 pedal before but for that price I`m going to give it a shot !
That sounds A LOT closer to the sound of my old Rotosphere (that I FOOLISHLY traded away) than the DLS did.
I'll have to try one myself once these start hitting the stores.
Thanks for the clip! Sounds great.
Can you give more of a review of the pedal when you have a chance?
What echo pedal did you use with the rotomachine for that clip?
Nice clip! Tasty playing and the Roto sounds great. Thanks for the clip MrMunky.
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Thanks for posting Munky ...I've been waiting to hear the Rotomachine in action. Sounds good to my ears ... :AOK
Very, very nice sounding, MrMunky! Now ya just need a good disco beat behind it to complete the track. On a related note, has anybody had experience with the Dunlop Rotovibe? How does it compare sound-wise to the Rotomachine?