Univibe and leslie pedals in the signal path.

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by windfeld, Feb 21, 2009.

  1. windfeld

    windfeld Senior Member

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    Hi Guys

    Where do you put your univibe and leslie simulators in your chain?

    I have these pedals.

    Rmc pic wah, Turbo Tuner, AM KOT4, Zendrive, Cochrane TIM, Frantone vibutron, t-rex replica, van amps sole-mate.

    And I need to put a KR megavibe and a DLS rotosim in there. where? :D

    - Andreas
     
  2. mrp3118

    mrp3118 Member

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    I put univibe right after wah and before dirt.
     
  3. drolling

    drolling Member

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    wah>fuzz>'vibe>overdrive=BOG
     
  4. Phil M

    Phil M Supporting Member

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    Same here. I like leslie or univibes before my dirty sounds. They tend to amplify more noise if your tone is very dirty, but it just sounds right to me. Not a big deal if you're playing, or if you just have mild dirt.
     
  5. tbone666

    tbone666 Supporting Member

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    +1.
     
  6. fuzzface71

    fuzzface71 Supporting Member

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    I would suggest:

    Turbo Tuner, Zendrive, Rmc pic wah, Cochrane TIM, AM KOT4, (Univibe), (Leslie pedal) Frantone vibutron, t-rex replica,
     
  7. shngn7

    shngn7 Member

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    That's how I do it as well. I put it after dirt if I am going for a BOG type sound.
     
  8. Wheeler004

    Wheeler004 Member

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    I put my vibe before my dirt, but my Leslie sim at the end of the signal chain.
     
  9. JP~)

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    sorry to bring back an old thread...but i just read this and tried my univibe before my fuzz....and there it will stay. it sounds full/deep and swooshy again. Thanks! Never would have thought to put it there on my own :)

    This post in particular was very helpful:

    effectrode:
    "Where modulation effects follow gain effects. However, because the vibe introduces severe filtering, it completely disrupts any fine adjustments to tone shaping made with a graphic, parametric eq. or even just the basic tone controls on your favorite overdrive pedal. A good distortion/fuzz sound depends heavily on tone shaping, so putting a vibe after it completely ruins time and effort painstakingly spent dialling up your signature overdrive tone."
     
  10. FenderBigot

    FenderBigot Supporting Member

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    Same here with one exception... I have a slight boost with very low gain (BD2) infront of the vibe. It gives the vibe a little higher level of intensity, but my two higher gain ODs are after the vibe.
     

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