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Jam Pedals Retro VibePublished on 05/18/12 at 15:35
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
"An original clone Univibe year with added twist!

The original uses 4 photocells Univibe Surrounding a pulsating light source to Deliver and Recognizable icts very unique sound ... a thick chorus / vibrato effect kind of starting off with a slow watery swirl kind Becoming gradually more 'alive' as the speed knob is Manipulated resulting and clockwise in a machine-gun 'type warble around the 9 o'clock setting.

Our Aim to Achieve WAS the original sound of the Univibe, HAVING always have reference year Univibe Original '69.

The result: We dare you to compare it With Any Univibe on the market, Even year original!

It is made with the original transistors and carbon comp resistors...…
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"An original clone Univibe year with added twist!

The original uses 4 photocells Univibe Surrounding a pulsating light source to Deliver and Recognizable icts very unique sound ... a thick chorus / vibrato effect kind of starting off with a slow watery swirl kind Becoming gradually more 'alive' as the speed knob is Manipulated resulting and clockwise in a machine-gun 'type warble around the 9 o'clock setting.

Our Aim to Achieve WAS the original sound of the Univibe, HAVING always have reference year Univibe Original '69.

The result: We dare you to compare it With Any Univibe on the market, Even year original!

It is made with the original transistors and carbon comp resistors 2SC828!
"

Univibe clone. Simple: that two external adjustments, speed and depth. Two internal settings: volume and intensity. I put that 9/10 because I have really enjoyed having the depth setting outside.

UTILIZATION

This is a particular effect. It can be used before or after distortion, it changes the type of sound.
But there can not be simpler.

SOUND QUALITY

I do not have the original to compare. I have not had any other clone Univibe hands to compare. All I can say is that this pedal is captivating. You want to leave permanently engage, and play Floyd thoroughly. It brings roundness to the sound, like something creamy flowing ...
It is in the pure premium analog.
No breath.

I put 9/10, because when too low on the depth of the effect, you lose bass I think. This is probably due to the design, to be closer than the loan Univibe 60s.

OVERALL OPINION

This is certainly a fact that he must love, but when love is to have a pedal.
It is expensive, but there are few components inside ...
I admit to being cracked, it's fucking expensive. But I can just snap it to forget the pain from the noise of keys on the device at the CB store.
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  • Manufacturer: Jam Pedals
  • Model: Retro Vibe
  • Category: Multi-effects and other modulation effects
  • Added in our database on: 07/13/2010

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Other names: retro vibe, retrovibe

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