Tame Impala's Kevin Parker spotlights some of the gear used on their album, "Lonerism" in this [Redbull.com interview](http://www.redbull.com/cs/Satellite/en_US/Article/Kevin-Parker-of-Tame-Impala-talks-about-his-favorite-music-gear-021243299065994) and had this to say about the Diamond Vibrato Pedal: "This is used with pretty much all of the guitars on 'Lonerism.' It wobbles the pitch and makes the guitar sound like a rickety little boat on the ocean. It’s a woozy sound that you’ll hear throughout the album, a kind of seasick vibe which gives the impression that the whole thing is about to fall over. It also made the bass sound like a hungry stomach, which was weird but cool."more
The picture definately isn't the production model, but a one -off concept model diamond put on their fanpage a while back. The production model has good headroom, lush sound, a decent footprint, and is all around wonderful. I play psych rock and literally never turn it off. It's great for adding that subtle Chet Atkins constant vibrato effect. I just love it's sea-sick sweep.