Voodoo Lab guitar effect pedals are handcrafted from the finest modern and vintage components.
They are housed in rugged aluminum cases with heavy duty metal switches. True bypass switching is used for absolutely no loss of tone when the pedal is bypassed. All Voodoo Lab products are designed and manufactured in California. For more information about Voodoo Lab products, please visit our web site at www.voodoolab.com.


The Univibe was designed in 1968 as a rotating speaker simulator. It achieved legendary status on land- mark recordings by Jimi Hendrix, Robin Trower and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Often described as a chorus effect, the Univibe circuit is actually a variation of a four stage phase shifter. The Voodoo Lab Microvibe includes the same sinewave oscillator, incandescent lamp and photocells which provide the Univibe’s unique “feel.” Our Microvibe delivers the same lush, psychedelic tone of the original, but in a compact, battery operated pedal.


Here are some sample settings to get you started:

  1. Elementary Psychedelic: Set the Intensity at about 4:00 and the Speed around half or a little more. In general, as you increase the speed you should decrease the intensity.
  2. Leslie Speaker: Set the Intensity around half and the Speed all the way up.

Plugging into the input jack turns on the power to your Microvibe. To preserve battery life,
disconnect the input cable when not in use.


The Voodoo Lab Microvibe is powered by a single 9V battery. To replace the battery, remove the four screws which secure the bottom cover. Always use alkaline batteries in your Microvibe for the longest battery life and most consistent tone.

External Power

The Voodoo Lab Microvibe can be powered externally with a regulated 9VDC power supply eliminating the need for the internal battery. The external power supply connector is a 5.5×2.1mm barrel with center negative polarity.

Warranty (North America only)

Voodoo Lab warrants this product against any defects that are due to faulty material or workmanship for a period of five years from the date of original retail purchase. This warranty does not include damage to the product resulting from accident or misuse. This warranty is given to the original purchaser only and it is not assignable to any other person.
If the product should become defective within the warranty period, Voodoo Lab will repair it or replace it free of charge, provided it is returned freight prepaid to Voodoo Lab with a valid RMA (return material authorization) number.
This warranty shall not apply to any goods that have been repaired or altered by anyone other than the manufacturer. There are no warranties which extend beyond the terms described herein.
Should you experience any difficulty with this Voodoo Lab product, contact us as described below.
If it is determined that the product must be returned to the factory for repair, you will be issued an RMA and given shipping and packaging instructions.

Warranty (Outside North America)

Regions outside North American please contact your country’s distributor for warranty information.

How to Reach Us

You can reach us by the following:
Tel: 707 545 0600
Fax: 707 545 9777
Mail: Voodoo Lab
3165 Coffey Lane, Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Email: info@voodoolab.com
Website: www.voodoolab.com
Forum: voodoolab.com/forum

Copyright 1998-2007 by Digital Music Corporation. Voodoo Lab and Pedal Power are trademarks of Digital Music Corp. Printed in U.S.A.

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