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Sure. That's what John Paul Jones did. What you want is a Phaser. John Paul Jones hooked his Rhodes up to a Maestro PS-1A. Last I checked, one was going for $150 on eBay. You can use a modern pedal to get a similar effect, but nothing can totally match the original.

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