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Morley Pro Flanger

Flanger for Guitar from Morley belonging to the Tel-Ray series.

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Morley Pro FlangerPublished on 01/31/09 at 12:31
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Pro Flanger PFL is not pro phaser
I speak here of the pro flanger morley chromium (tel-ray)
"It's a flanger but multiple rglages can have effects ranging phaser, rotary speaker, chorus to flanger
- The chrome models predate 83 (redemption of morley) and are pure analog
6.35 mono-jack connection (instrument output, and a 220v outlet)
Pedal-size (but large) type wha

UTILIZATION

- Snap because all sound huge rglages
-3 Pots on the left: phase (level of flange), center (amplifies the effect) harmonica (amplifies the harmonics) 2 switches (effect on, off effect and / or manual self-) expression pedal (in RULES speed auto it's round trip of the flange, as it controls the manual......
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Pro Flanger PFL is not pro phaser
I speak here of the pro flanger morley chromium (tel-ray)
"It's a flanger but multiple rglages can have effects ranging phaser, rotary speaker, chorus to flanger
- The chrome models predate 83 (redemption of morley) and are pure analog
6.35 mono-jack connection (instrument output, and a 220v outlet)
Pedal-size (but large) type wha

UTILIZATION

- Snap because all sound huge rglages
-3 Pots on the left: phase (level of flange), center (amplifies the effect) harmonica (amplifies the harmonics) 2 switches (effect on, off effect and / or manual self-) expression pedal (in RULES speed auto it's round trip of the flange, as it controls the manual flange) and 2 intrrupteurs (on, off and / or colored harmonics which changes the range of the effect more severe or acute typ out of phase)
-It sounds complicated but with my description is very simple Manual more square than my descriptions

yes has the expression pedal is optical so no crachouilli or wear as on wha .....

SOUND QUALITY

- It's just the best in the world flanger
The fineness of rglage and the quality of sound is Ingalls. extremely sweet and rich in harmony
- I use it with a guitar but its range frequency drives can use it with bass and keyboard
-I love point no negatives

OVERALL OPINION

I for 1 month
I like everything
I had other flanger (Ibanez, Boss, TC Electronic, ebs) is a fact that I love but I have never in any of those other pedals have this impression of quality and finesse sound.
and is the only flange that I know of that allows to manually command the foot like a wha ....
huge range
it's expensive, it's rare but if you sincerely believe this pedal Do not hesitate
if I lose I cry ....
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  • Manufacturer: Morley
  • Model: Pro Flanger
  • Series: Tel-Ray
  • Category: Flangers for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 04/09/2009

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Other names: proflanger, pfl flanger, pflflanger

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