The Vibe-1968 is a game changer. It takes the classic Vibes of the 60s and builds on their features, richness, and usability. Not content with building another clone,Kingtone have created the Vibe-1968. It took four years of research and development and offers a unique set of features never seen before in a pedal of this type. Vibe-1968 creates the classic and much loved swirling, chewy, phase, chorus and rotating speaker type tones, but adds a host of enhancements. Improvements include a fuller, deeper tonal range, unity or boosted output, two channels, a pedalboard friendly size, and much more. The two channels can be set completely independently and when switching speeds, the rate and depth will gently ramp between settings, this gives a natural, almost rotary speaker effect. Side A can be set to a fast Leslie type vibrato tone, whereas side B can be dialed in to give a deep, swirling, vibe, chorus setting. You can then switch between them, the speed gently transitioning from one setting to the next. You have a complete set of controls for each channel, this is like two Vibes in one pedal. Insane!
No Compromise Analog Vibe Tones
Classic Photocell and Spec Bulb Design
Dual Vibe Pedal, 2 Independent Channels
Smooth Speed and Depth Ramp Between Settings
Rate, Depth, Vibrato/Chorus Settings for Each Channel
Extended Depth Control Goes From Chewy Vibe Tones To Over Modulated Throb Tones.
Intensity Controls Go From Light Chewy Chorus or Vibrato To Classic Heavy Throb
Pulsing Red/Cyan Indicator Lights Show Current Speed and Depth
Top Mounted Neutrik Jack Sockets
100% Analog Audio Signal Path
Internal Volume Control Lets You Set The Desired Output Volume From Unity to Boosted
Custom Matched Photocells For The Deepest, Most Musical Sounding Vibe Effect
We Have Managed To Fit 100% Classic, No Compromise Vibe Tones Into a Smaller Pedalboard Friendly Size.
Bulb, Bias, Ramp Speed, Overall Depth, High and Low Speed Can All Be Adjusted
Uses An Incandescent Bulb, No LEDs Inside!
Custom Sparkle Grey Finish
Laser Engraved Control Panel
Runs On Standard 18v DC (most pedalboard power supplies feature an 18v output)