I got this one mostly on price and sound. I would get another if went missing. I wish it were more verastile, and maybe had stereo outputs. Can't really knock it too much for $25,(used) probably the best pedal I have ever got for $25. Sounds best with a battery. Does not seem to degrade my tone.
Where Obtained: music store Rocket Music
Has width, regen and speed controls
Runs on Ac Adaptor or 9v battery
I play a lot of REM and Beatles, as well as Cream and Hendrix, and try to write some originals.
This flanger has a good sound, very inspiring.
I had to experiment a lot to get a couple really good sounds. Sounds best with a battery, not on adaptor.
If you take care of it, it should last. I have not gigged with it. It has a plasic box, so a lot of people will automatically criticize it without ever even seeing one. Think about this: do you have a steel or cast metal pickguard on your guitar?
This is just as good as any other Flanger out there, but it you're afraid of busting it, just buy a BOSS.
Model Year: 2002
Price: $31.80 (new)
Where Obtained: Mike's Music Shop
3 knobs, LED indicator, Battery or AC-powered.
I use this with any guitar I can get my hands on. If you have alot of experience with Flangers, then this might not be the one for you, but if you're curious, like I was, this thing is great.
If you're really serious about Flangers, you could always just wait to get a BOSS or MXR, but this compares to them so well it's amazing!
*scoffs* 3 knobs! Self-explanatory.
I've dropped it countless times, but it still holds up. Not many people like DanElectro, because they have a plastic casing, but I haven't had ANY problems.