69 Vibe ( Please allow 1 week to ship )

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69 Vibe ( Please allow 1 week to ship )


The Klinger Pedals 69 Vibe is a recreation of the classic watery effect made famous in the late 60’s and early 70’s!


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The 69 Vibe is a recreation of the classic watery effect made famous in the late 60’s and early 70’s by players like Hendrix, Trower and Gilmour. Designed in 1968 by Japanese company Shin-ei to replicate the doppler effect or rotating speaker, this pedal ended up with a sound like no other. After purchasing one of the early units when I was a kid it was always a dream to have a pedal board friendly unit I could use that sounded like the originals ….. I think I’ve done it, but you be the judge.

Handmade in Melbourne Australia. Just like the Original, every unit is tuned and tested by ear making sure it sounds they way it should using the best quality workmanship and parts I can provide. Teflon wiring, Alpha pots, switchcraft jacks, and high quality true bypass footswitch.

The 69 Vibe is powered standard 9v boss style adaptor (100mA).

  • Durable powder coated finish.
  • Handmade In Melbourne Australia
  • Highest quality components matching and construction.
  • Fast action highest quality true bypass foot switch.






June 7, 2018at 6:24 am

Hi Shaun,

Hope all is well. I am a musician from Montreal, and I saw the demo of your 69 vibe from Burgs, and it’s sounds awesome. I’ve had and tried many of the most popular vibe pedal and would really like to try yours. It says out of stock on your site, any idea when it would be available again, and if so, what is your lead time for building these ?

Thank you very much in advance


    Shaun Klinger

    June 7, 2018at 8:39 am

    Hi Fabrice,
    Thank you so much for contacting me. I only make these pedals in very small batches so I had 5 up yesterday and they are gone. Have another 3 on the way so if you would like to order one I have made 3 available on the site. They will take me 1 week to build, tune, test and ship.
    All the best and thank you for your interest in my pedals

Glen Callaghan

June 8, 2018at 4:40 pm

Hi Shaun. Just ordered one of those amazing sounding univibie, rotary sounding pedals, saw Burg’s review incredible sound, Im hooked on rotary at the moment, so had to get it.

    Shaun Klinger

    June 9, 2018at 7:57 am

    Hi Glen,
    Thanks so much for your interest in my pedals and your support. Burgs was very kind doing a video for me, so happy he enjoyed the pedal too. I’m looking forward to getting the 69 vibe out to you. I’ll be shipping the orders out on Tuesday so you’ll see it soon.
    Kind regards

Mark Skorczewski

July 13, 2018at 9:12 am

Hi Shaun, I would love to get one of your Vibe units. Please contact me when you have some available. Thanks!

    Shaun Klinger

    July 13, 2018at 12:59 pm

    Hello Mark,
    I can have one ready to go for you next week and in the mail if you would like to purchase one. I will make one available on the website.
    Thank you and all the best

Ray Tonna

October 8, 2018at 4:15 pm

I’ve just sold my Fulltone CS-MDV-1 and will be ordering my vibe from you in 2 weeks time. Can’t wait to get my hands on one of your superb vibes!

    Shaun Klinger

    October 10, 2018at 7:34 pm

    Thanks Ray! Really appreciate your support.
    All the best

Ray Tonna

October 23, 2018at 12:05 pm

Hi Shaun,

I’ve finally saved enough to buy a 69 Vibe. Do you have one available?
I’ll send the money plus postage as soon as I know you have one in stock. I notice this page shows 28 Aug 2017…is that the current price i.e. $289 ?

Can’t wait to get my hands on your wonderful vibe!!!


Ray tonna

Andrew Jeffries

March 8, 2019at 6:05 pm

Any idea when the next batch of 69 vibes will be available

    Shaun Klinger

    March 11, 2019at 8:23 am

    Hi Andrew,
    Thank you for your interest. I’m currently waiting on a part from a supplier for the new patch of Uni Vibes. Hoping this part will be available within the next month.
    All the best


September 7, 2019at 2:38 pm

Hi Shaun,

Super keen to buy one. Just wanted to know the dimensions so I can make room on my pedalboard.
Keep up the awesome work.


    Shaun Klinger

    September 15, 2019at 10:36 am

    Hi Sam sorry for the late reply I’ve been away. The Dimensions of the vibe are 120mm x 95mm. Its a high sitting pedal so fits at back of boards well.
    All the best

John Berg

October 31, 2019at 3:34 am

Hello Shaun! I very much enjoyed your demo of your fabulous 69 Vibe. I commented on YT and asked about the trim pots – thank you for your reply. After seeing your demo and Brett K’s demo, I am gonna save up and get me one. By the way, a work associate of mine just ordered one of your MK I pedals – Matt is his name. We are in the Milwaukee area and are Klinger fans – so much so, that we now eat Darrell Lea Soft Australian Liquorice in your and Brett’s honor.

    Shaun Klinger

    November 1, 2019at 10:36 am

    Hi John,
    Haha, Thank you so much mate. I hope Matt enjoys his MK1 and you get to have a play through it as well. I might go grab myself some Darrell Lea goodness now as well. Good stuff!


July 11, 2020at 9:08 am

Hi Shaun, I was wondering if you maybe building another run of the phychodelic coated vibes. Plan on purchasing the vibe pedal. Thanks!

    Shaun Klinger

    July 15, 2020at 8:28 am

    Hi Gary, planning on getting this batch finished off very soon.
    Thank you so much for your interest

Steve Kay

October 31, 2020at 7:12 am

Hi Shaun,
I’ve just bought your Klinger 69 and its great. Selling my Fulltone Deja Vibe now! Just was wondering what do the internal adjustable trimmers do? Are they meant to be left alone or are they tweakable?

    Shaun Klinger

    October 31, 2020at 9:12 am

    Hi Steve,
    Thanks mate! The adjustments inside the pedal can be moved but I would be careful not to forget the original setting as it’s the sound of the pedal.
    The balance control can be turned to your liking anti clock wise is a cool sound.
    Be very carful with the gain and bias, as it can put stress on the globe if you turn both anti-clockwise at the same time.
    I would only move the Gain a tiny bit and experiment with the bias. Move in very very small increments. You’ll get more phase less 3D or more 3D more ‘watery’ chorus moving the Bias trim.
    Either way turn it up and enjoy mate!
    All the best

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