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Today, we look at a pedal that has absolutely taken the guitar-playing, effects-using world by storm since its inception and release in the mid-2000s. The Obsessive Compulsive Drive (or OCD) is an overdrive that features a ton of dynamics, open-sounding tones and singing tube-like distortion raging through your amplifier. One of the best-selling pedals of all time, we’ll explore what makes this little cream-colored box a go-to...

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Let’s face it: we all love delay. Sure, you can tell your friends or your buddies in the local death metal band that delay is weak and has no place in music, but as soon as you get home, you bust out your favorite delay and noodle for hours. You can admit it. Speaking of killer delays, today’s featured “pedal” just might top the list for modern analog echo recreations, and certainly holds a spot near the top of...

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With so many new and exciting overdrive pedals popping up every other day lately, sometimes we forget about the pedals that really helped to revolutionize this current industry we are able to behold and enjoy. That’s why it’s nice to revisit some popular pedals from the past from time to time, and today’s review is for a pedal that should not need any introduction. One of the best all-time selling boutique overdrives...

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I’m a fan of chorus effects….there, I said it. Seems a lot of players are either on board with chorus or think it’s the worst thing to happen to guitar since C.C. DeVille (I love Poison, that was just the first name that popped into my head). If there was a magical pedal that somehow housed an incredible analog chorus, as well as a kick-ass flanger (another of my favorites), I just might have to buy it. So I...

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So there are a few haters out there who say that the version 4 Fulltone OCD is not as good as the others. Well I’m here to say its a killer pedal! I have been through hundreds of pedals, whether trading, or selling, the OCD is the only pedal that has never gone off my board. I can say the difference between this pedal at 9v and at 18v are huge. At 9v it can be a bit fizzy and dare I say it “muddy.” At 18v the added...

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The crew over at Fulltone has been a leading innovator of modern-day effects that precisely emulate some of the most sought-after and classic effects from the 60’s and 70’s, going through painstaking detail to faithfully recreate these incredible sounds and tones. One of these effects is the Uni-Vibe, made famous by David Gilmour and Jimi Hendrix, among others. Fulltone’s Mini DejaVibe captures that sound almost...

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Fulltone MDV2 Mini Deja Vibe 2

Fulltone MDV2 Mini Deja Vibe 2


Posted By on Thursday, April 3, 2014 in Chorus, Fulltone, Vibrato | 1 comment

If you have been trying to find that coveted ’60s Uni-Vibe sound, your search is about to be over. The MDV2 Mini Deja Vibe from Fulltone has got all your bases covered…and then some. First, the effect (which is True Bypass, by the way) turns on and off by pressing the HEEL down, just like the original Uni-Vibe. Brilliant! Second, a whole slew of controls on the side allow you to really dial in some great tones. The...

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