DOD Vibro Thang FX22

DOD Vibro Thang FX22

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The DOD FX22 Vibro Thang is an intriguing concept to the garden variety vibrato effect. This pedal combines the conventional vibrato with a rotary speaker effect, and then adds phasing capabilities. A wicked approach in modulation effects.

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User Reviews of the DOD Vibro Thang FX22

  • Submitted by Ferox from Los Altos, CA (432 points) on Jun 26, 2009
  • Useful for feedback loops, with plenty of gain after it.
  • Good Points: Nice movement and chirpy weirdness in floops. Easy to find for cheap.
  • Bad Points: Volume drop, not that great for non-floop use.
  • Price Paid: US$30.00
  • Purchased At: starving musician
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  • Submitted by apewrist from Kielce (286 points) on Oct 16, 2007
  • I was really excited about this pedal and now I don't really know what to think. Combine it with filter and delay in a feedback loop and you get some cool space sounds. Feed it into some distortion pedal any you won't be able to tell if it's there. I think i need to explore it some more, maybe apply some circuit bending. Check it out or buy it if you'll have a chance to pay less than 50$
  • Good Points: - Psychedelic sounds - Sounds great with filters and delays
  • Bad Points: - Gets lost when coupled with some distortions
  • Price Paid: US$50.00
  • Purchased At: Allegro.pl
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  • Submitted by ck3 from Portland, ME (390 points) on Sep 21, 2004
  • This is one of the first I have purchased exclusively for use with a KROK feedback looper. After owning it for a couple of hours, I have begun to discover some iteresting arual phenomena. Specifically, it can produce a great Digerdoo-type sound or wildly oscillating pitch "swoops" when fronted with a cheap Fuzz.
  • Good Points: The FX22 is affordable and can accent a feedback loop nicely. Even with a few other mod effects in the chain, it still seems to add its own unique coloration.
  • Bad Points: The switch seems dodgy, there is a slight volume drop when it is engaged, and it does not seem to have much "oomph" outside of a feedback loop.
  • Price Paid: US$40.00
  • Purchased At: Musician's F(r)iend
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  • Submitted by Rob from London (358 points) on Jul 1, 2002
  • It's quite a weak sounding tremalo so it's not ideal for noise (you can't get the choppy effect). It does have various regeneration options so it does some things normal tremolos can't. But it's still a bit of a one trick pony.
  • Good Points: Unusual tremolo give some odd sounds
  • Bad Points: Weak and not that usful for noise.
  • Price Paid: US$0.00
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  • Submitted by Andrew from Moorhead, MN (2 points) on Sep 7, 2001
  • i'm not much of a fan of using this as a straight effect, but when fed back into itself it makes some interesting sounds ranging from deep bass pulses to high chirping oscillations. spacey and weird.
  • Good Points: good as a sound generator
  • Bad Points: more of a musicians effect i think.
  • Price Paid: US$0.00
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