Uni-Vibe Type Pedals: Where Do They Go On Your Board?
Published on 26 Feb 2016
Oh no! Dan is sick and unable to get out of bed! So we decided that rather than leave you show-less this week (nope, we had nothing in the can), Mick took a solo flight to talk about… Uni-Vibes. Or at least pedals based on the venerable UniVox Uni-Vibe, made famous by lots of players, not least Robin Trower and Jimi Hendrix.
THIS VIDEO IS NOT
– A comparison of Uni-Vibe clones and UV-alikes - we’ll do that another time
– A video on How To Sound Like Jimi Hendrix or Robin Trower - it’s a futile pursuit anyway, and way beyond our abilities!
THIS VIDEO IS
– A discussion about where you might want to put your Uni-Vibe pedal in your effects chain, and how it can react with your amp and overdrive/fuzz
– Er, that’s it.
Our pedals today are:
Budda Wah, c 2001
Dunlop JHF-1 Jimi Hendrix Fuzz Face
UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2AUTELD
Analog Man King Of Tone V4 (standard)
Analog Man King Of Tone V4 (hi gain red side)
Fulltone Mini Deja’Vibe MDV-1 (c2013, 9-volt)
UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2pKQOCY
Hughes & Kettner Puretone Head & 212 cab (with Celestion Greenback speakers)
Marshall Class 5 Combo (c2010 model) with 1x10 Celestion G10F-15 speaker
Fender American Vintage ’62 Stratocaster
Gibson USA Derek Trucks Signature SG
Pedal switching today is done with a Quartermaster 6 by TheGigRig, while amps are switched with a Lehle Dual SGoS
For more on TheGigRig please see www.thegigrig.com