if one gets a vibro champ, or a princeton, for example that have vibrato, how does that compare to using a vibe pedal? is there a difference?
The Austone pedals Vibrato is a DEAD ON Magnatone simulation - I just couldn't sink that much $$$ into an effect I use that sparingly. Beautiful tones in that box...Originally posted by decay-o-caster
The Austone has both vibrato (not "vibe") and tremolo, but not at the same time. I like the vibrato effect on it best, which surprised me.
Its the same answer. Amp vibrato, as labeled by fender is a tremolo.This is a really great vintage TGP thread. Wanted to bring it back.
I want to know more about amp vibrato vs vibe pedals. The world has changed in the past 9 years.
No.In short, laymans' terms:
Amp vibrato=tremolo-volume wobbling.
Vibe pedal=modulation-pitch bending phasey.
amp vibrato=Nancy Sinatra "Bang Bang", Buffalo Springfield "For what it's Worth"
Vibe pedal=Pink Floyd "Breathe", Band of Gypsies (Hendrix) "Machine Gun"
There's the difference in a nutshell.