what phaser/vibe can cop these sounds?

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  1. themusicboxstudios

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    The Dunlop Uni-vibe will do those easily.
     
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    Oooh, that sounds really great. Maybe the Moogerfooger 12 stage phaser? I remember getting some similar tones using that pedal.
     
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    i was hoping you'd say the voodoo vibe. :crazyguy
     
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    I had a VooDoo vibe for years, it'll do that, but at a premium cost, the Maxon PT999 is a bit too phazey for that and the PH350 is way overly so. the warble and sweep of those clips don't really have an elaborate effect, so I suggested the Dunlop vibe.
     
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    nice! i've been eyeing the voodoo for a bit now ... i love pitch vibrato too ... and a trem would be nice ... so yeah ... i know it's expensive ... but maybe it's a good choice for me. i'll check out the dunlop!
     
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    Ha, ha, ha! Well, I don't really set the voodoo vibe for those sounds as I set them for a strong univibe sound or a lush, light vibrato, but the Voodoo vibe is extremely tweakable, and can be set to be quite mild. The phaser tones seem to me milder on those clips or are gentler. I can let you know when I am back from my vacation and have the pedal infront of me. I can see a univibe getting those sounds with the intensity set low, which means the Voodoo vibe could definitely get them also.

    Still those tones to me sound a lot like my moogerfooger 12-stage phaser which isn't all that dissimilar in sound to univibe in some ways.
     
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    I love me some Voodoo Vibe!
     
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    sounds a little BJFE MGMVish :cool: :AOK
     
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    i'll probably end up buying one of these anyways ... everything on those clips sound friggin rad.
     
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    ya know the MJM 60's vibe is real nice and he'll tweak the circuit for you too.:crazy
     
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    ummm hmmmm!
     
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    the red witch moon phaser can pretty much cover all these sounds.
    nice.
     
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    Man those clips sound great - unfortunately, I found a dealer's website and the price was $442. :messedup
     
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    WWWWWWWWTTTF? ridiculous ... i think BJF pedals are great ... but geez.
     
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    Yeah I don't think it will be anywhere near that expensive. Are you sure that was the suggested retail price? I can't imagine that it would be much higher than $300 based on the other pedals in the MP line.
     
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    agreed ... i sure hope so at least.
     
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    By listening to the clip and the name of the pedal, I would say you don't need a "vibe" to get that sound. "Tiny Orange Phaser" is obviously pointing to the Phase 90. Which "may" be what Bjorn's pedal is based on. I say "based" because he usually add's significant improvements.
     
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    I really dig the retro sonic phaser and it is cheap to boot.
     

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