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Uni-Vibe Type Pedals: Where Do They Go On Your Board?

Published on 26 Feb 2016
Duration:
26:12:00

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
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)
Analog Man ARDX20 Dual Analog Delay

Amps:
Hughes & Kettner Puretone Head & 212 cab (with Celestion Greenback speakers)
Marshall Class 5 Combo (c2010 model) with 1x10 Celestion G10F-15 speaker

Guitars:
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