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Boss BF-2 Flanger (Japan)
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loriasavage loriasavage
Published on 01/05/08 at 05:18
Vintage flanger pedals (circa 1985)
4 SETTINGS
manual, depth, rate, resonance takes to his sounds
the sound can be dug and a desire to work

UTILIZATION

Even a hard of hearing can find her beautiful,
Use super simple, not making his head ring and c is.

SOUND QUALITY

Flanger hot and powerful.

coupled with the clean amp is my royal, are really of good quality trs we quickly became addicted, precise, well-rounded

and a distortion is that of happiness, it's like really rate a plane when it takes off

OVERALL OPINION

Nothing to say negative about the pedals, it does its job.
j got super hard to find one, it starts to be really rare.
The boss bf2-japan is a REFERENCE in terms of flanger, c is the high end in my opinion
APRS have to try the MXR flanger from home and her little sister's BF 3, C is bf2 convinced that my 100%
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