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Jam Pedals Retrovibe Mk 3 Vibrato
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Fulltone Custom Shop Mini DejaVibe3 v2 Vibrato/Chorus
NUX Monterey Vibe Chorus and Vibrato Pedal
Fulltone Custom Shop Mini-Deja Vibe mkII Vibrato/Chorus
Chase Bliss Audio Warped Vinyl Analog Vibrato and Chorus
Jam Pedals Retrovibe Mk 2 Vibrato
About Vibrato Pedals
From a subtle, vocal glide to a cartoonish wobble, there’s a certain, simple charm about vibrato pedals. They are one of the most basic types of modulation, bending a note in and out of tune in a steady, continuous way. Every human voice has natural vibrato, so this effect used subtly gives your guitar tone a warm, organic sound. It is also reminiscent of the slightly wonky sound of old tape used in tape machines. Players also enjoy cranking the effect to create wild, synth-like tones.
Vibrato pedals and chorus pedals often come in the same unit. This is because they are essentially the same effect except that chorus includes the dry, unaffected signal as well. Pedals that include both effects allow you to select waveforms. Vibrato pedals tend to use the subtler sine wave and chorus pedals tend to use the more pronounced triangle wave.
Popular vibrato pedals include the TC Electronic Shaker and the Dunlop Univibe.
Why Should I Choose a Vibrato Pedal?
- Give your guitar personality
- Often include chorus
- Subtle glide to cartoonish wobble