Whenever you play an incredibly good and authentic sounding guitar amp sim or a guitar pedal sim, that just nails the tone, so that you cannnot help start grinning like a Cheshire cat while playing, chances are extremely good that Mr. Nembrini has programmed them. (My experience.).
He seems to have the unique talent, to not only making his simulations sound authentic, but also they behave and react like the real gear, so that you also can play them just like the real world originals.
The Eddie Kramer / F-Pedals designed Phazevibe just sonds great and very musical. No only, but also recommended - of course - for Hendrix-fans, nevertheless you get a lot of different, more or less timeless great tones out of it, which you maybe also can get with an individual, more complicated effects chain, but alone for this you will need a very good sounding vintage phaser, a good sounding wah and / or auto wah, an equalizer, an authentic univibe and a good Leslie-rotary simulation and then you just have to start adjusting everything right and need to know how to mix all this properly together, to get some comparable sounds. Phazevibe offers you these kind of (legendary) tones summed up and yet widely controllable with just a single or at least some few knobs.
The vivid, pulsating Phazevibe tones are a good combination - and alternative to the usual clean (tremolo/vibrato plus) spring reverb standard - especially with a good, cleaner adjusted Plexi or Tweed amp sim, but also work fine at higher gain settings and with more modern amp designs. Also they are, I think, not only useful for guitars. Also eg. Bass, Organ, Synthesizers, ... really can sound fantasic through it.
The original pedal is great and really unique. And so is this plugin! The rack version even allows some more additional tweaking options, which the real pedal doesn't offer.