Vintage 4-knob MXR Flanger Leslie clip

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by 55hz, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. 55hz

    55hz Member

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    It does a pretty killing Leslie thing. Who knew? Does anyone use one for this sort of thing? I thought it was good for VH/Barracuda...but was pleasantly surprised! Here is a little clip I made.



    If you listen close, you can hear my dogs bark! :D
     
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    what settings do you use for that?
     
  3. LouRossi

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    Very cool sound thanks for posting... The 117 makes a great chorus as well:
    Manual: 9-10 o'clock
    Depth: 9-10 o'clock
    Speed: 2-3 o'clock
    Regen.: off
     
  4. 55hz

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    The settings are what you see in the video. I just pointed the camera at the pedal...
     
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    Whoops..sorry couldn't see the vid on my phone. Thanks for posting.
     
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    I love my old MXR Flanger. I've never found one I like better. I played it recently and was amazed how much it impresses me even after all these years. Between my MXR and my vintage Electric Mistress, I've got a really versatile pallet of flange.
     
  7. 55hz

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    I'm thinking an Electric Mistress is next. What years did they make the 4-knobber with the power chord?
     
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    As everyone compared the old 117 w/ the reissue or the evh model?
     

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