Help With Identifying An Old Chorus/Tremolo Pedal

Help With Identifying An Old Chorus/Tremolo Pedal
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Hey folks,
I’m reminiscing with an old friend, trying to remember a specific pedal he owned and drawing a blank. It was a sort of early Univibe/Chorus Flange pedal that came in a black metal box with four colored rocker switches that were made of plastic, probably red, white, blue and yellow that adjusted the speed of the effect and whether it was chorus/tremolo. It did a passable Bridge of Sighs thing, but was not a UniVibe. This would be from 1972 or so. Any help?

Just taking a guess…

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Ha, does that thing double as a bathroom scale? :slightly_smiling_face:

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You are my hero, that’s it. I think it was designed with keyboards in mind, so I associated it with Selmer or Hohner or Hammond. It sounded great on guitar. I ended up buying a real Uni Vibe back then. Now I have a Fulltone MDV3. I beat myself up for two days trying to find the Maestro.
Thanks for your help.

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It was pretty big and had a regular power cord on it. There are still a few around. More phase than Vibe.

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I had a phase back around 1972 also. It was called ‘puberty’. :joy:

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Isn’t it kind of weird we get all that firepower well before we should be using it? Education through frustration.

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Yeah, you’d think they would require a background check or something. :smirk: