rotating speaker

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A modelling effect that recreates the sound of a rotary cabinet amplifier. A rotary cabinet amplifier was originally designed for electric organs as a way to emulate the wobbling sound of a pipe organ by rotating a speaker within its cabinet. However, the effect soon became popular with guitarists as a type of modulation effect. Often these effects have two speeds, fast and slow of which you can control both the speed of rotation and the rise time, which is the amount of time it takes to switch between the fast and slow speeds.

(Guitar FX-101: Your Guide to Guitar Effects Pedals - Roland Australia)

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