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Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by wundergussy, Oct 20, 2012.

  1. wundergussy

    wundergussy Member

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    I feel compelled to start another thread on this pedal because a) the price is so ridiculous and b) it totally hangs with the standard pack of P90-type boutique pedals.

    A) Price: $75 after shipping; got to me in one week from Canada.
    B) Sound Quality: I am in love with the P90 tone and feel; I don't think this is an exact P90 clone, but it has the warmth and chewiness of my Whirlwind, plus the feature set of the Retro Sonic (and sounds just as good).

    Don't have much more to say - it fills my desire for a phaser completely, and did so at such a low price I was actually skeptical to buy it at first. I threw velcro on it after I tried it because, even with my normal GAS, why would I get rid of a pedal that is half the price of most boutiques and sounds just as good?
     
  2. Fuzzy

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    Sweet, ain't it?

    My 74 re-issue Phase 90 has been retired to the closet. I would also say it is not a P90clone, but I can easily get close and can get so many more good vibes out of it.

    These guys make some great drive pedals too!
     
  3. stratguy23

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    Ya, I really like my FDD!
     
  4. Fuzzy

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    I have 3 of em on my board. There are so many sounds in that pedal. I just did a comparison video to a RAT and was able to pull very comparable sounds out of the FDD. I also did one comparing the BSD to the Full Drive 2 and same deal, actually it was a little easier to match the FD2.
     

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