I'm back on a phaser kick lately, and bought a Lovetone Doppelganger (after 20 years of drooling over them) and a '70s V2 Small Stone recently which are in the mail. I'm a Small Stone fanboy. I've played MXRs and liked them, but at the end of the day I just love the Small Stone's depth, timbre & character. Over the years, for Small Stones, I've owned a couple V4s, a V1, and a black & red Russian version. All of them had the funky chewiness I dig, and smelled like the 1970s. Another super funky 70s phaser I've loved is the Mu-Tron Phasor II ... that big box with the orange / purple / red graphics. Beautiful. I could get lost in that box forever, but unfortunately have only played & never owned one. There are other Phasers I've tried that I liked but which didn't get me to that same place. For example, I really loved the sound of the Red Witch Moon Phaser but it's's a much more ethereal and spatial effect. It doesn't grab the fundamental of the note and smear it so much as it affects the harmonics.... At least as I hear it. This is great for some applications, to be sure. So what phasers are the chewiest, squelchiest, and deepest in your experience? If your tastes are toward the gnarly side of phase, are there any current production units that you've tried which you like better than the classics?