With its specifically formulated SansAmp technology, the Roto Choir guitar effect pedal delivers the entire signal chain of a vintage rotating speaker, from the original tube power amp to the low-freq... Click To Read More About This Product
With its specifically formulated SansAmp technology, the Roto Choir guitar effect pedal delivers the entire signal chain of a vintage rotating speaker, from the original tube power amp to the low-frequency speaker and high-frequency horn, to the microphone used to capture it. This studio-quiet, roadworthy pedal can be used with guitar as well as keyboards, synths, and vocals, and to record direct.
The Roto Choir features a Fast/Slow footswitch which allows you to ramp up, slow down, or even stop the rotating speaker. There's a dedicated Top Speed control to custom-set the rotor speed and a Position control to adjust the virtual mic closer to or further from the horns. Other controls include Drive to adjust the amount of compression, harmonics, and grit; active dual-band EQ; and Level.
The Roto Choir's Biamped switch allows you to change to single speaker mode and there's a Speaker Sim switch for direct recording. Stereo output, buffered bypass, and a silent-switching, custom footswitch actuator completes the package. Operable with 9V battery (not included) or optional DC power supply (Tech 21 Model #DC2). Manufactured in the U.S.A.
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Comments about Tech 21 Roto Choir Guitar Effects Pedal:
It was very dirty and changed my tone awful. The knobs are real touchy like they say. It sounded fake not real just another rich boys toy. You can make it do do a few things but not a true Leslie. It is not only this company. I have heard worst. It will make an old keyboard sound like great though I will give that. A real Leslie is the way to go. I returned it within a month but gave it a chance. Probably a good true bypass for my minor 7th chords instead. I been playing 46 yrs. I should have known. Guitar Brian St.Petersburg, Fl