Phơ Guitar Xvive Analog Chorus Vibrato V8 (Có Nguồn xịn đi kèm -
Bàn đạp Fuzz Pedals Effects)

Phơ Guitar Xvive Analog Chorus Vibrato V8 (Có Nguồn xịn đi kèm - Bàn đạp Fuzz Pedals Effects)

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Giới thiệu sản phẩm Phơ Guitar Xvive Analog Chorus Vibrato V8 (Có Nguồn xịn đi kèm - Bàn đạp Fuzz Pedals Effects)

100% Analog circuit design that create liquid textures and space feeling.

Current Draw: 10 mA

Power Requirements: 9V DC

Speed and Depth knobs give you easy and complete control over this industry standard chorus effect

Unique blend control that blends between vibrato only one end to full chorus effect on the other end

Chewing on a Little Blue Dream

The V8 Chorus Vibrato from Xvive is a delightfully warm and gooey sounding all-analog unit. It cleverly allows the user to dial in true pitch vibrato on one side of the dial, and morph seamlessly into chorus as it is turned clockwise. Using an intuitive, economic parameter set of Speed, Blend and Depth, the V8 can be adjusted to taste in seconds. The ranges of each control have been well thought-out and remain musical, even in the more extreme settings. Lets explore the vibrato side of this dreamy diminutive little magic box… 

To me, true pitch vibrato is one of the more organically emotive effects. When it is applied to the right passage or paired with the right riff, it can turn a simple phrase of notes into a hauntingly sweet, twisted lullaby or give a set of chords a ghostly ominous atmosphere. The V8 excels in these applications and depending on how the Speed and Depth knobs are set, a myriad of chewy, mind-bending tone-mutations are available. If the speed is set rather slow and the depth remains shy of 1 o’ clock, the guitar passages start to sound as if they are being played back on a vinyl turntable that is revolving and melting under the desert sun. As the depth is increased, the sine wave amplitude becomes more extreme and eventually turns a musical passage into a Salvador Dali painting where right angles cease to exist. Staying in the vibrato hemisphere and turning up the speed will give a guitar lick a rubbery melancholy at medium settings and the chilling warble of a child’s music box at faster settings.

Subtle Liquidity to Detuned Double Trouble

Edging past midnight on the big white dream dial, toward the chorus side of the blend control, reveals the clean signal and a slight nudge of delay. Before I dive into the full-on chorus voicing, I must say that my favorite blend settings are at 10 and 2 ‘o clock. These are the unique hybrid sweet spots that make this circuit stand out for me. In the chorus realm, backing the speed off to near-minimum and setting the depth conservatively yields a subtle flanger-like movement that is dreamy and lush without becoming overbearing. Increasing the speed and depth transports the tone into the glassy 1980s classic chorus world and is perfect for that Pretenders or Smiths-style wet-dream-sheen. On faster speeds, with just a smidge of vibrato still in the mix, that hazy barroom Leslie-style throb becomes apparent. The V8 has a lush swirl in these settings that reminds me of that ice-cool breakdown in ZZ Top’s “Cheap Sunglasses.” It definitely beats the masses of micro-pedals on the market to my ears.

What we like: When Malekko and Lovepedal first started serving up tasty tone in tiny enclosures, they busted open the floodgates for the micro pedal market. Since then, many overseas micro-cloners have come out of the woodwork with shrunken versions of classic pedals. What sets Xvive apart from the micro-peddlers is the all-star USA design team that is spearheaded by none other than effects veteran Howard Davis (who you may know from his designs for Electro Harmonix and Pigtronix) as Chief Designer.

The V8 has a deceptively wide sound for a mono effect and though it is an original circuit design, it is similar to having a vintage Boss VB-2 and CE-2 in one tiny, affordable and robust package.

Concerns: There are those that simply don’t jive with micro pedals in general and think most of them are just entry-level toys based on aesthetics alone. But hey, toys are fun for playing with. After all, we play guitar rather than work guitar. The warm analog tone and versatility of the V8 Chorus Vibrato are worth far more than the price of admission.

Chewing on a Little Blue Dream The V8 Chorus Vibrato from Xvive is a delightfully warm and gooey sounding all-analog unit. It cleverly allows the user to dial in true pitch vibrato on one side of the dial, and morph seamlessly into chorus as it is turned clockwise. Using an intuitive, economic parameter set of Speed, Blend and Depth, the V8 can be adjusted to taste in seconds. The ranges of each control have been well thought-out and remain musical, even in the more extreme settings. Lets explore the vibrato side of this dreamy diminutive little magic box…  To me, true pitch vibrato is one of the more organically emotive effects. When it is applied to the right passage or paired with the right riff, it can turn a simple phrase of notes into a hauntingly sweet, twisted lullaby or give a set of chords a ghostly ominous atmosphere. The V8 excels in these applications and depending on how the Speed and Depth knobs are set, a myriad of chewy, mind-bending tone-mutations are available. If the speed is set rather slow and the depth remains shy of 1 o’ clock, the guitar passages start to sound as if they are being played back on a vinyl turntable that is revolving and melting under the desert sun. As the depth is increased, the sine wave amplitude becomes more extreme and eventually turns a musical passage into a Salvador Dali painting where right angles cease to exist. Staying in the vibrato hemisphere and turning up the speed will give a guitar lick a rubbery melancholy at medium settings and the chilling warble of a child’s music box at faster settings. Subtle Liquidity to Detuned Double Trouble Edging past midnight on the big white dream dial, toward the chorus side of the blend control, reveals the clean signal and a slight nudge of delay. Before I dive into the full-on chorus voicing, I must say that my favorite blend settings are at 10 and 2 ‘o clock. These are the unique hybrid sweet spots that make this circuit stand out for me. In the chorus realm, backing the speed off to near-minimum and setting the depth conservatively yields a subtle flanger-like movement that is dreamy and lush without becoming overbearing. Increasing the speed and depth transports the tone into the glassy 1980s classic chorus world and is perfect for that Pretenders or Smiths-style wet-dream-sheen. On faster speeds, with just a smidge of vibrato still in the mix, that hazy barroom Leslie-style throb becomes apparent. The V8 has a lush swirl in these settings that reminds me of that ice-cool breakdown in ZZ Top’s “Cheap Sunglasses.” It definitely beats the masses of micro-pedals on the market to my ears. What we like: When Malekko and Lovepedal first started serving up tasty tone in tiny enclosures, they busted open the floodgates for the micro pedal market. Since then, many overseas micro-cloners have come out of the woodwork with shrunken versions of classic pedals. What sets Xvive apart from the micro-peddlers is the all-star USA design team that is spearheaded by none other than effects veteran Howard Davis (who you may know from his designs for Electro Harmonix and Pigtronix) as Chief Designer. The V8 has a deceptively wide sound for a mono effect and though it is an original circuit design, it is similar to having a vintage Boss VB-2 and CE-2 in one tiny, affordable and robust package. Concerns: There are those that simply don’t jive with micro pedals in general and think most of them are just entry-level toys based on aesthetics alone. But hey, toys are fun for playing with. After all, we play guitar rather than work guitar. The warm analog tone and versatility of the V8 Chorus Vibrato are worth far more than the price of admission.

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