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    Default Roger Mayer Voodoo-Vibe?

    I've got major G.A.S. going on for one of these babies.

    My question is: What are the main differences between the older Voodoo-Vibe and the newer Voodoo-Vibe+? Anyone know? Carl?

    I may hold out and try to pick up a used one as they are pretty pricey new. Any advice would be much appreciated.

    Thanks!

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    Don't know. I've got one of the old ones, seen here on my old pedalboard. Great sounding vib.


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    I have one of the older ones also. The new one has a mode called 'pulse wave'.

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    The older ones only have a buffered output, while the + has both buffered and true bypass. Otherwise they are the exact same afaik. There is a simple mod that can be done to the older ones to bypass the buffer.

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    there very cool....total tweakable hot rod

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    The VV also has a very useable tremelo. I think you need to be a tweaker to appreciate it. The pots on mine were very loose-turning and a few millimeters makes a huge difference in tone on the vibe settings on some of the controls. The symmetry control is quite nice (shapes the wave form) and something not seen on a lot of vibes.

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