Live Gas Panic! Intro

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Live Gas Panic! Intro

Postby kickinupastorm » 22 Dec 2009, 12:45

On the performances of Gas Panic! the intro played live is played through a £400 odd pedal called a Hughes ad Kettner Rotosphere that emulates a Leslie speaker. Does anyone know of any other pedals that I may be able to emulate this sound roughly on the cheap? The Jim Dunlop Rotovibe is too big to fit on my board now, and the Marshall Regenerator's Vibe sound isn't quite spot on, maybe with a light overdrive before it. Anyone know any other cheap pedals that might be worth a look?

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Live Gas Panic! Intro

Postby wastra » 23 Dec 2009, 17:04

You might try the BBE Soul vibe or VooDoo Lab Micro Vibe.
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Postby wastra » 23 Dec 2009, 17:04

You might try the BBE Soul vibe or VooDoo Lab Micro Vibe.
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Live Gas Panic! Intro

Postby wastra » 23 Dec 2009, 17:04

You might try the BBE Soul vibe or VooDoo Lab Micro Vibe.
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Live Gas Panic! Intro

Postby kickinupastorm » 27 Dec 2009, 23:13

I've just found the Line 6 Roto Machine, anyone got any expereicne with these? Many swear by em, and they seem very reasonly priced. I wana get some beatley sounds too
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