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Ibanez FL-301-DX Flanger
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    Ibanez FL-301-DX FlangerPublié le 11/26/14 à 13:24
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    Japanese flanger, analog input and output. I supplied batteries, it saves me a lot of trouble ...

    silent switch, robust construction of the beautiful time!

    UTILIZATION

    the grain is vintage metal in the proper sense, the knobs react like clockwork, the race is even,

    This pedal "DX", has its main asset with the knob "swell", I get all sorts of results usable in the genre, as long as we want to take the trouble to push it in all these entrenchments!

    Top: the sound is at your fingertips and very accurate

    least: breath (discrete) it eats a little low on guitars, mails it is worth it!

    SOUND QUALITY

    it unadorned flange is delicate, subtle and fragrant, mellow and less.

    ......
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    Japanese flanger, analog input and output. I supplied batteries, it saves me a lot of trouble ...

    silent switch, robust construction of the beautiful time!

    UTILIZATION

    the grain is vintage metal in the proper sense, the knobs react like clockwork, the race is even,

    This pedal "DX", has its main asset with the knob "swell", I get all sorts of results usable in the genre, as long as we want to take the trouble to push it in all these entrenchments!

    Top: the sound is at your fingertips and very accurate

    least: breath (discrete) it eats a little low on guitars, mails it is worth it!

    SOUND QUALITY

    it unadorned flange is delicate, subtle and fragrant, mellow and less.

    The swell is just huge, Japanese quality

    OVERALL OPINION

    past two years? I took me a while to accept its metallic sound, absent elsewhere, but I bought, worry :) Yours
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  • Ibanez FL-301-DX FlangerPublié le 11/06/06 à 01:35
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    Vintage flanger, analog of course
    late 70s era

    UTILIZATION

    Config trs simple: resonance, speed and depth (how classic!)
    gnral in the pedals I like more simple, because they rpondent of Manir intuitive and efficient, and this beautiful little thing yellow-orange (it looks like the color of old school buses Am Rican) do not droge RULES ..

    SOUND QUALITY

    The flanger is great, trs trs warm and deep, it respects the dynamics of the instrument and retains its spectrum, unlike some pedals that "eat up" the bandwidth, low notament ...

    it goes with any type of guitar or synth, but against the rest by CATEGORY discrete effects, nothing to do with a Boss BF3 for example, but for this......
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    Vintage flanger, analog of course
    late 70s era

    UTILIZATION

    Config trs simple: resonance, speed and depth (how classic!)
    gnral in the pedals I like more simple, because they rpondent of Manir intuitive and efficient, and this beautiful little thing yellow-orange (it looks like the color of old school buses Am Rican) do not droge RULES ..

    SOUND QUALITY

    The flanger is great, trs trs warm and deep, it respects the dynamics of the instrument and retains its spectrum, unlike some pedals that "eat up" the bandwidth, low notament ...

    it goes with any type of guitar or synth, but against the rest by CATEGORY discrete effects, nothing to do with a Boss BF3 for example, but for this type of prcisment effect, super hot and less brutal than the old stuff is so sought after by connoisseurs Currently ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    IDAL is the flanger for those seeking the quality and warmth of vintage analog pedals, flanger monstrous lovers who dcoller the amp by their violence, turn around and buy something else!

    CHRE just the second hand market (prvoir 80-100 euros on Ebay in general), it remains a good trs investisement me, and for the same thing new, the Maxon Ardit MODEL lctronique with the same, but it is not given ...
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