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DigiTech Hyper Phase

Phaser for Guitar from DigiTech belonging to the X series.

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DigiTech X-Series Hyper Phase

DigiTech Hyper PhasePublished on 07/04/04 at 15:00
As always, I ordered this from A.M.S. for 80.00, and it was well worth it! I've only had it for like 2 weeks, but I love it more than my old Phaser pedal. I used to have the Electro-Harmonix: Small Stone Phase pedal, but compared to the extremely versatile Hyper phase it doesn't stand a living chance!

I LOVE it's sturdiness, it is very heavy-duty, all my pedals are pretty heavily used. But it seems it would stand up to my torture well. The dials turn very clean and smooth, while the pedal-press button is also strudy and responsive. The best upper-hand advantage this has over other SINGLE effect pedals is that with it's different selections you can dial in SEVEN kinds of Phasing. ...…
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As always, I ordered this from A.M.S. for 80.00, and it was well worth it! I've only had it for like 2 weeks, but I love it more than my old Phaser pedal. I used to have the Electro-Harmonix: Small Stone Phase pedal, but compared to the extremely versatile Hyper phase it doesn't stand a living chance!

I LOVE it's sturdiness, it is very heavy-duty, all my pedals are pretty heavily used. But it seems it would stand up to my torture well. The dials turn very clean and smooth, while the pedal-press button is also strudy and responsive. The best upper-hand advantage this has over other SINGLE effect pedals is that with it's different selections you can dial in SEVEN kinds of Phasing. All of the different variations are great, but the last "Steps" will blow your mind!

Close to Perfect!

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If you want a first, second, third, whatever, Phaser pedal this is the way to go, it may even replace all other Phasers you have! Buy it! It's worth every penney!

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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MetropolisMetropolis

DigiTech Hyper PhasePublished on 09/06/08 at 00:59
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Phaser Digital mono and stereo output.
If there had been a small screen to the stage (like on an oscilloscope!) I put 10.
But do not dream ... I put 9

UTILIZATION

4 knobs: Speed, Dephi, Regen, seven types of phases.
The names of the phases is silkscreened on the knobs (the 7 = "step" = rectangular ...).
These presets simplify phases of use, the three settings (speed, DEHP, regen) supplementing.

SOUND QUALITY

Sound quality (with low) = good.
See below Opinion global ".

OVERALL OPINION

I tried the phasers Boss, DigiTech, and Dod in the shop at the time of purchase, with a bass.
The first two were held me attention, while the phaser Dod was irrelevant.
If the...…
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Phaser Digital mono and stereo output.
If there had been a small screen to the stage (like on an oscilloscope!) I put 10.
But do not dream ... I put 9

UTILIZATION

4 knobs: Speed, Dephi, Regen, seven types of phases.
The names of the phases is silkscreened on the knobs (the 7 = "step" = rectangular ...).
These presets simplify phases of use, the three settings (speed, DEHP, regen) supplementing.

SOUND QUALITY

Sound quality (with low) = good.
See below Opinion global ".

OVERALL OPINION

I tried the phasers Boss, DigiTech, and Dod in the shop at the time of purchase, with a bass.
The first two were held me attention, while the phaser Dod was irrelevant.
If the effect is a bit less beautiful than Boss, build quality, simplicity of the settings, complete, and the price much cheaper made me choose the DigiTech.
I used a 2-year low, before purchasing a multi-effects pedal Boss.
Rather positive opinion (with a bass!).
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  • Manufacturer: DigiTech
  • Model: Hyper Phase
  • Series: X
  • Category: Phasers for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 04/14/2004

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