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Sweet Sound Mojo Vibe
Sweetsound Mojo Vibe


 
Our Price: $299.00


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Product Code: SS MOJO VIBE

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Swirly Vibe:
Swirly Mojo Vibe add $25.00 [Add $25.00]
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Add a Patch Cord:
12" switchcraft soldered pancake type patch cord $18 [Add $18.00]

Add a Patch Cord:
6" switchcraft soldered pancake type patch cord $15 [Add $15.00]

Add an Expression Pedal:
Roland EV-5 Expression Pedal $75 [Add $75.00]
Guitar cables

Add a CBI Ultimate 15 foot Guitar Cable $25 [Add $25.00]Add a great sounding 15 foot long guitar cable, black with straight metal soldered Neutrik ends.
Power Cables for your existing multi-power supply

18" Power Cable for PP2 (one straight and one 90 degree end, unless you specify in comments) $3.50 [Add $3.50]Does not work with our $15 Boss type power supplies, has 2 male ends for use with Voodoo Labs etc

Extra 36" power Cable for PP2 with one 90 degree end $4.50 [Add $4.50]Does not work with our $15 Boss style power supplies, has 2 male ends for use with Voodoo Labs etc
Optional power supplies

Add a Power Supply:
US 120V 9vDC $15 [Add $15.00]- This is a normal 9V Boss type external power supply/adaptor for USA use with 120V AC wall power.

Add a Power Supply:
Euro 240V $15 [Add $15.00]- this is an external power supply/adaptor for use with 220/240V AC to make 9Vdc for the pedal.

Add a Power Supply:
UK 240V $15 [Add $15.00]- this is an external power supply/adapter for use with UK (3 prong) 220/240V AC to make 9Vdc for the pedal.

 
Description
 
We are so sorry that we lost Bob Sweet to cancer in October 2008. But Bob's family is continuing to build Bob's pedals starting in 2009. We are stocking them again, and try to keep them in stock.
Features

Mojo Vibe

Praised by pros and semi pros alike for its authentic "Vintage Uni-Vibe" sound, the Ultra Vibe has been known as "the one to own". And now the Mojo Vibe picks up where the Ultra Vibe left off. At half the size ( approx. 4 1/2" X 4") and weight of the original Ultra Vibe, the Mojo Vibe will leave you with more real-estate on your pedalboard than any other true vibe effect available.

The Mojo Vibe is not a bells and whistles type of effect. The features have been chosen from customer suggestions and usability from my own experience as a professional player for over 35 years. So if you want simply the best vintage Uni-Vibe sounding pedal available, then look no further than the Mojo Vibe.

Features

9 volt DC powered

Now you can use those nice power supplies that are available (like the Voodoo Labs Pedal power2) or an optional wall wart. That 9 volts DC is converted to 18 volts DC internally to retain headroom and ability to use the original bulb that is so very important in getting the right "throb" or "wobble" in the sweep. The mojovibe will not run on batteries and the 9Vdc wall wart is optional for an extra charge if you need one.It uses about 30mA so almost any good power supply will work fine. The PP2 is fine using any output with the DIP switch OFF, the 100mA 9V setting, so you can save the line6 and 12V outlets for other pedals that may need them.

Internally switched FET buffer pre-amp

Switched with a miniature DIP switch, you can choose the warm vintage input configuration or a modern fet buffered input for a brighter sound. This differs in that most vibe makers switch a simple resistor in and out for the two different styles, but it still chokes off the response of your guitar. With the fet buffer this will not happen. The only time the buffer (when selected) is present is when the effect is engaged. Not to be confused with a buffered bypass. It is still true bypass.

Speed Controller Input

Just about any passive type volume pedal or expression pedal will work with the Mojo Vibe. We sell the Roland EV-5 which is great as a controller. Of course some better than others, due to the value of the pot in the pedal. The ideal value would be a 100K reverse log taper. But I have found that many other values will work satisfactorily. To conserve space the Mojo Vibe uses a " stereo tip, ring, sleeve switching jack for the controller input. You can use it as is with expression pedals where the cord is already connected to the pedal such as Roland, Ensoniq and other keyboard expression pedals. To use a passive volume pedal you will need a special cord that consists of a " stereo plug on one end and splits into two mono " plugs. These are the same cables used in the channel inserts on mixing consoles and are readily available at most music stores.

Chorus / Vibrato Switch

Ok, so its not really a chorus as we know them, but well stay with the original terminology. This uses a short bat (so its hard to break off) miniature toggle switch to decide the output. Either the original "chorus" / Uni-Vibe sound or a wild vibrato can be chosen with this switch.

Volume Control

Adjust the output to match the input level.

Intensity Control

Adjust the depth or "intensity" of the effect, also effects the bias of the sweep to some degree.

Speed Control

Adjusts the speed of the sweep. From a slow rolling phase to a bubbling, watery, pulsing throb.

True Bypass with LED that pulses in time with the speed setting.

Aluminum Case

Chosen over steel for superior shielding properties and lighter weight.

And it's Purple!!!

Some of us already have box full of un-needed wall warts (well ok, most of us) or use one of many pedal board power supplies that are available. So, in an effort to save you and I both money. I'm going to offer our generic properly regulated 9 volt DC center negative 200 ma. power adapter as a seperate item.


Optional SWIRLY paint


Sound Clips

Here are sound clips of the new Mojo Vibe from the Sweet Sound website. This clip was done with a 62 reissue limited edition Fender Stratocaster fitted with factory installed Texas Special pickups into the Mojo Vibe and then into a Nobels OD1-R. A black face Fender combo with 1x12" EV speaker was used for amplification. A Shure SM-57 about 6" away from the speaker into a Mackie mixer (for mic pre-amp only) directly into a Gina sound card into Cakewalk Sonar was used for recording. No eq was added.

Mojo Demo 1

Right now this is just a longer version of the demo that was on the old web site.
This was recorded about 5 years ago on a six track cassette recorder. The equipment used was a Black Face Fender Bassman head in a 1x12' combo cabinet, with an extra gain stage, a fuzz, and the Ultra Vibe. The guitar was a Fender American standard w/ EMG SA pickups. Bass and drum tracks are midi drums and bass.
"Machine Gun" Vibe Demo(about 1.5meg MP3)

Mojo Vibe Manual in pdf format (including addendum)

Addendum to the Mojo Vibe manual pertaining to the speed pedal jack in pdf format.


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