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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2019 9:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Line 6 RotoMachine is still my best pedal for rotary effects (thanks, Rob) and what I use with my keyboard. I did actually put it on the shelf for the photo as it normally sits under the keyboard in my music room. It's all very well Line 6 putting their rotary models into their multi-effect thingies but for me half the fun of Leslie effects is the transitioning between speeds. The Behringer equivalent, RM600, is also there (back in its plastic blister pack after repair) and it's pretty good, especially for the price; but to transition between speeds requires you to hold the pedal down for two seconds. You can do a mod with an external switch and a simple circuit to simulate this but the delay is still irritating.

I'll edit the post to list the pedals. What are you using? or are you not these days?
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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2019 9:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

NickS wrote:
The Line 6 rotor machine is still my best pedal for rotary effects (thanks, Rob) and what I use with my keyboard. I did actually put it on the shelf for the photo as it normally sits under the keyboard in my music room. It's all very well Line 6 putting their rotary models into their multi-effect thingies but for me, half the fun of Leslie effects is the transitioning between speeds. The Behringer equivalent, RM600, is also there (back in its plastic blister pack after repair) and it's pretty good, especially for the price; but to transition between speeds requires you to hold the pedal down for two seconds. You can do a mod with an external switch and a simple circuit to simulate this but the delay is still irritating.

I'll edit the post to list the pedals. What are you using? or are you not these days?


For a Leslie sound, the nearest I have is my uni-vibe that mike made me. I really wish I didn't sell my neo mini vent but had to.

Since changing back to a marshall, I've been weighing up what I actually need with it. It shows up all your playing habits, which is kinda good as it makes me focus on the playing.

Mainly the Klone and wah/volume pedal, sometimes throwing the fuzz in for good measure.

I'm still hankering after a Leslie pedal for the ramping.
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