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« I like it for what it is... »

Published on 11/16/11 at 15:34
Ibanez is really known for their very inexpensive and user-friendly guitars that sounds fantastic right out of the box but probably even more than that is their tube screamer overdrive pedals. They have really dominated the market with overdrive pedals that have been used the world over. They also have some very cool modulation and effects pedals as well. This is one of those pedals that is very uncommonly used that has a great phase and flange or jet sounding tones. These pedals are not very easily to come by because they are made in Japan and really only used or sold in that market. So finding them anywhere else is pretty hard find. So if you really looking for this time and you can probably find in many other fees or pedals that are distributed throughout Europe and North America.

UTILIZATION


The functionality of the styles pretty easy you have 2 foot switches that allow you to go back and forth through the bypass and the sounds. The controls are basically pretty self explanatory and they basically control the speed depth and overall volume and tone of the unit itself.

SOUND QUALITY


If you ever use your heard a phaser pedal than you pretty much know exactly what you getting get what this unit. It's not that huge of a box on your pedal board but it certainly isn't small compared to many MXR petals even the electric harmonics small box phaser. The phaser itself is a cool effects tool to use with your guitar right but it certainly isn't something that you want to use too much because it has a very particular sound and if used exclusively you can get kind of annoying. In certain songs or certain formats the phaser does very well and this pedal sounds very good as well.

OVERALL OPINION


I recommend any phaser to any guitar stop there because it's a great pedal in the tone itself is unique. This box itself is very hard to come by so I suggest going with an MXR petal or possibly a Boss phaser or even lElectro harmonics phaser. Those are much easier to find and sound just as good as any other phaser.
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