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Tremolo, Phaser & Vibe in one pedal. Options?

Suarkttam

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I've been trying to find a good analog pedal that can handle Tremolo, Phaser and Vibe all in one pedal. Preferably not an oversized enclosure, but would certainly be open to those options. Besides the Jack Deville Mod Zero (which appear sort of hard to come by reasonably priced) I have not been able to really find one?

I'd of course rather not spend $300, but am open to all suggestions at this point. Thank you again to the TGP community for being an endless source of information and inspiration.
 

dirk_benedict

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I have a mod zero, which I really like. Doesn't any do Phaser or Trem. It can get sort of get a little univibey, but it's really more of a Chorus/Flange/Vibrato/Leslie. Remember "vibe" and "vibrato" are different things.

You can buy a Phase 90 and Omicron Trem, a lovepedal pickle vibe, for way less than $300 all in, and have a tiny footprint.

I was never a heavy vibe user, but many people say that the non-photocell vibe circuits (which any of the micro-sized pedals will be) are very close in tone to a phaser. I've gone through a vibe pedal or two and while I dig them, I feel my need for swirl was covered better with a phase, at least live. My point - you many not find that you even need/want a vibe pedal.
 

hclapp219

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Line 6 M5 can do all of these. The trem and phaser sounds are quite good on the M series pedals, but the vibe is kind of crappy.
 

Suarkttam

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I have a mod zero, which I really like. Doesn't any do Phaser or Trem. It can get sort of get a little univibey, but it's really more of a Chorus/Flange/Vibrato/Leslie. Remember "vibe" and "vibrato" are different things.

You can buy a Phase 90 and Omicron Trem, a lovepedal pickle vibe, for way less than $300 all in, and have a tiny footprint.

I was never a heavy vibe user, but many people say that the non-photocell vibe circuits (which any of the micro-sized pedals will be) are very close in tone to a phaser. I've gone through a vibe pedal or two and while I dig them, I feel my need for swirl was covered better with a phase, at least live. My point - you many not find that you even need/want a vibe pedal.
Yeah, I have felt that the Vibe was the least important feature for me personally as well...anyone know anything about the Mooer mini pedals? The Eleclady, Ninety Orange and Trelicopter demos sound pretty nice...
 

oneass

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The MythFX Triton does trem, phaser, flanger, chorus and reverb...
I never tried it myself, but the burgerman videos seem to sound good!
 

Tbone135

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I looked for a pedal like this for awhile, but I ended up replacing my delays and reverbs along with these occasional mod uses for an m13. I think the M series is good for the "jack of all trade" idea.
 

Suarkttam

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Well...after looking into info on the Mooer pedals, I came across another thread here that mentioned a 50%!!! off deal going on Mooer pedals over at marcmart. Which made them $44 each. So, I've decided to give the Ninety Orange and Trelicopter a try...$88 for both with free shipping. Hard to at least not give it a "whirl" (pun intended)
 

Psyfuzz

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My Voodoo Vibe does a great trem and vibe in one box, but no phaser, not particularly cheap either. Still, worth a look.
 

sksmith66

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Line 6 M5 can do all of these. The trem and phaser sounds are quite good on the M series pedals, but the vibe is kind of crappy.
I thought the trem sounds in the m series were really weak. I like a nice subtle sine wave trem or a subtle fender tube style trem. I couldn't get either to my satisfaction out of the m13. The vibe and leslie sounds in the m series are basically useless.
 






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