Finally, you can get those '80s vintage rack chorus sounds that define killer chorus sounds. This was not an easy development. The Keeley Dyno My Roto is a tough and difficult thing to accomplish in such a small package, and Keeley couldn’t leave good enough alone. They added a Flanger and a Leslie Cabinet simulator.The magic to the chorus sound in... Click To Read More About This Product
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Finally, you can get those '80s vintage rack chorus sounds that define killer chorus sounds. This was not an easy development. The Keeley Dyno My Roto is a tough and difficult thing to accomplish in such a small package, and Keeley couldn’t leave good enough alone. They added a Flanger and a Leslie Cabinet simulator.
The magic to the chorus sound in the Dyno My Roto is the three LFOs that give you lush modulations that truly sing out like a chorus of guitars. Most chorus pedals, in fact nearly all, are simply two voice, one straight and one modulated. This offers twice the amount of joy by modulating another voice. That significantly reducing the ability to just hear one voice being affected and smears a couple voices in an effect that is truly enjoyable to listen to.
Keeley came up with a Rotary Cabinet package that gives you a Proximity Control. The Proximity Control controls how far away you are from the spinning speaker cabinet. This adds a depth and distance to the cabinet and is a touch like a reverb control. It gives you that spatial expanse that can give you presence or depth in the chorus-like rotations. Lastly, while the designers were spinning things, they crafted a RotoFlange sound that has a simple negative feedback control. Easy to use and gets you the most classic flanger sounds possible.
So whether you are going for a Alex Lifeson of Rush tone, a Andy Summers of the Police tone, or an SRV Crossfire rotary tone, the Dyno My Roto has you covered.
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Comments about Keeley Dyno My Roto Tri Chorus Rotoflange Rotary Effects Pedal:
The Dyno My Roto is an excellent, musical and very usable pedal, but it has limitations. The chorus makes a beautiful sound but doesn't have the warmth and lushness of a good analog chorus, like a CE-2 or vintage DC-2. Then again, it has a more complex tonality and nobody expects it to sound analog.
The rotary effect is very good. If I hadn't owned an H&K Tube Rotosphere, the Keeley would impress me a lot more. But where the H&K sounded like a Leslie, the Keeley sounds like a Leslie simulation. The H&K has authentic touches like an upper horn spinning separately from the lower speaker and slowing down at a different rate, and the sound is very three dimensional, and it's stereo. The Keeley doesn't do anything like that, but that is comparing it to a tube effect costing several times what this one does. It would be usable in a live setting, but probably fall short for pro level recording.
Finally, the flanger is possibly the most convincing effect in this pedal. It sounds very close to the classic flangers with it's resonance and convincing swooshing sounds.
So while it is quite a feat to get all these very good effects into one compact box, it doesn't quite achieve the authentic and rich sounds of classic tube or analog effects, but for a compact digital pedal it is excellent, and quite usable.
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