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  • purple.telecasterpurple.telecaster

    I love her forever! (bis)

    MXR M105 Phase 45 Block Logo VintagePublished on 12/02/11 at 22:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    2 analog phaser stages of the mid-70's
    Switchcraft jacks 2
    inter / off Carling
    battery operated only

    UTILIZATION

    one rglage: speed
    an inter m / a

    SOUND QUALITY

    This must phaser: soft, subtle, voluptuous .... can become Univibe's like
    use with teams of humbucker guitars, like stratocumulus, tlcaster
    I have preferences for Ri due to trs trs trslgre
    point of "warmth" sound supplmentaire this block logo, this is due tolrance the components (10 or 20%) and / or carbon Resistors this one dates from 1978 when the Ri poss Resistors of the mtal?

    OVERALL OPINION

    I made the big, the standard error to sell its cousin the 201 DOD's end 70
    I regret this de…
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    2 analog phaser stages of the mid-70's
    Switchcraft jacks 2
    inter / off Carling
    battery operated only

    UTILIZATION

    one rglage: speed
    an inter m / a

    SOUND QUALITY

    This must phaser: soft, subtle, voluptuous .... can become Univibe's like
    use with teams of humbucker guitars, like stratocumulus, tlcaster
    I have preferences for Ri due to trs trs trslgre
    point of "warmth" sound supplmentaire this block logo, this is due tolrance the components (10 or 20%) and / or carbon Resistors this one dates from 1978 when the Ri poss Resistors of the mtal?

    OVERALL OPINION

    I made the big, the standard error to sell its cousin the 201 DOD's end 70
    I regret this deal one week APRS, and despite my Phaser XII b / k 08/04/12 advantages TC Electronic 1982 and my phaser Ibanez BPL 6 / 10 1985 my fits of prf ence is this.

    the only missing: plug and LED power supply but little in the sublime and the AC can be fixed easily
    (I made a pos 9v "Labosse 'only concession to modernism)

    ps: I have an MXR phase 90 possd few years ago, I kept 15 days I never have AIM
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