Phase Fatigue

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by d-b, Jan 6, 2008.

  1. d-b

    d-b Member

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    O.K. I'm over it! I love the sound of my budget EHX Small Stone Nano but I stomp it anticipating the deep lush swoosh and the volume drops so much that I feel like I disappear from the monitor mix!!!:jo

    New Phaser time....I read a bunch of threads on phasers and I am still confused:messedup.

    I want a phase with the folowing...
    true bypass
    deep, thick and lush to subtle
    volume/gain control
    led would be nice
    led that pulses with speed would be nicer

    I see only the toneczar halophase that does it all. What am I missing? Any love for the halophase? I need to do this soon!!
    thanks in advance!
     
  2. yellowecho

    yellowecho Member

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    If you can get over the true bypass thing, there's always the Moog!:D
     
  3. MoPho

    MoPho Pho Shizzle

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    I'm having one of those new MXR Vintage '74 Phase 90's modded for true bypass and 9V. I hope it is on the bench now and out to me later this week.
     
  4. musickbox

    musickbox Member

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    Yea, the small ston isn't about the big phaser sound. It's very mellow, and that's why I love mine. I would definitely look into MXR phase 90 type pedals. I have a phase 90 I got for cheap lying around in case I need that sound. I am not a fan of the, what I call, moog phaser sound. It's too aggressive if that makes any sense.
     
  5. whoismarykelly

    whoismarykelly Oh look! This is a thing I can change!

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    "soon" and halophaze don't go together. Im 14 months into the wait for mine.
     
  6. pacomc79

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    see if you can find a shannon phaser.
     

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