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Electro-Harmonix Good Vibes Analog Modulator Pedal Reviews

4.0 stars based on 3 customer reviews
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  • Darin
    from southeast December 10, 2015Music Background:
    20+ year pro

    AMAZING

    I am a 20+ year accomplished guitarist. I have owned a pile of equipment through the years. One thing I was never satisfied with was a stomp box that could give me that leslie sound and a Vibrato that I could control. This pedal does both and well. I dont have room to explain how rich and full this pedalsounds but I can tell you that if you`re wanting a great Vibe pedal this one is it. I know, how can it be that great for such a low price, right? I dunno how but I do know that Ive tried the Leslie, and Vibes from several companies and none of them can do what this pedal can do. I absolutely love it

  • Lido Raposo
    from Rhode Island December 9, 2015Music Background:
    Music & Visual Artist

    Electro- Harmonix Good Vibes Pedal

    This pedal is great if you're looking for a sort of "vintage sound". You can see by the picture it's available functions. However, I prefer to use this pedal with the Electro-Harmonix Expression Pedal in Reverse mode. Subjectively, to me the use of the expression pedal in reverse mode sounds better. However, the expression pedal does incur an extra cost because it's sold separately. Why Electro-Harmonix just didn't add a "Reverse Switch" to the box, I'll never know(?) Therefore, can't give it 5 stars for the reason of the Expression Pedal.

  • Livinginthewoods
    from South East Texas March 1, 2016Music Background:
    25+ years playing guitar

    Not bad!

    This thing sounds pretty good to me. I have never owned or known anyone personally who owned an original Univibe, so I cannot make any comparisons there.

    One thing I would really like to have seen on this pedal, is a blend control. Hardly anyone ever uses the vibrato setting on Univibe type pedals. Why not replace the mini-toggle with a blend knob? Turning the blend all the way to the effected side would be the same as engaging the vibrato mode anyway.

    This is the first vibe pedal I have owned, but it sounds MUCH better than any vibe or rotating speaker sim I have ever heard in a digital modeling pedal.

    I like to put it in front of my EH Pulsar tremolo pedal running in stereo with a shallow saw-tooth wave, get the speed controls working off of each other, add a little tiny bit of grit from my trusty Soul Food overdrive, and I get the best rotating speaker simulation I have ever heard. Add in the Pitch Fork, and I get a fairly decent electric organ sound. (can you tell that I like Electro Harmonix?)

    Even though the description does not state that it is true bypass, I have noticed no problems with the sound of the buffered bypass and I have a fairly overpopulated pedal board with a mix of (few) buffered and (mostly) true-bypass pedals. Raising the volume control past unity gain does introduce a good bit of line noise, but this seems to be the case with many EH pedals and can easily be dialed out.

    Unfortunately, I can't really compare it to other pedals in it's category, (Univibe clone) but I can say that I like it and am very happy with my purchase, and the price just can't be beat.

    Keep in mind that if you are looking for a standard chorus pedal, and/or are not familiar with the differences between a Univibe type pedal and a conventional chorus pedal, then this is probably not what you are looking for.

    I noticed that the PC-board inside is marked Machine Gun with a little silhouette of a bullet, I wonder if they changed the name at some point during production?

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