Works with the Uni-Vibe effect unit (151092).
Allows abrupt speed changes for dramatic emphasis and remote on/off switching of the Uni-Vibe. Features a heavy die-cast zinc housing and a high-quality connection using standard guitar cables.
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Gear: Tele Deluxe / Fender DevilleI like my chorus to be subtle and usually have the Univibe settings at around 3 (both speed and intensity)...But just a few songs require different settings. That's why I bought this, so I could change settings on the fly and match speed to tempo. This is "okay" at settings of 6-10 ish...but you really only have a few choices. It is not sensitive enough to ditinguish between say 4 or 6 ish. You will just get something in the "middle area". When I crank up the speed then need to pull it back down to 3'ish...forget it. Not happening. The on / off switch (which is automatic at a certain point as you rock the heel down) is really around 4-6 on the speed settings. I can't really get it down to a point of say...3. Also, their is tone coloring. I don't know why but it changes the tone just having the pedal plugged into the Univibe. Note also that the pedal requires a stereo cable (TRS) not a standard instrument cable as advertised. There is a sticker on the pedal that says exactly that. I returned this pedal as it just won't do what I need it to do. I will just continue to bend down and crank a dial real quick.
Dunlop Uni-Vibe Control Pedal