A Flanger pedal acts very similar to a chorus effects by creating a copy of the original signal and delaying it. Unlike chorus effects, flangers add an LFO (Low Frequency Oscillation) to the signal, which is a slight and continuous varying of the delay time to create modulation. Flanging is often referred to as comb filtering due to the way the signal appears on an audio frequency graph.
Classic analog flanger sound with filter mode and oscillator effects 2 Working Modes: Normal/Filter Full metal shell Very small and exquisite True bypass Specifications Input: 1/4â€ monaural jack (impedance: 1M Ohms ) Output: 1/4â€ monaural jack (impedance: 510 Ohms) Power Requirements: AC adapter 9V DC (center minus plug) Current Draw: 10 mA Dimensions: 93.5mm (D) Ã— 42mm (W) Ã— 52mm (H) Weight:160g
Stereo Electric Mistress Flanger/Chorus
Generate slithering "Axis Bold as Love" textures. Use Filter Matrix mode to manually flange your sound or select a flange point allowing musically frozen tonalities. This is the only pedal where lush Stereo Flange and Chorus work together seamlessly for the richest modulations that undulate and flow over any stage or recording. Colorful and seductive in stereo.
Building on the 20-year legacy of the famous BOSS BF-2, the new BF-3 flanger pedal gives guitarists and bassists an updated version of the classic BOSS flanger with the thickest stereo flanging sounds ever. Two new modes (Ultra and Gate/Pan) create stereo flanging with incredible depth--even Slicer-type effects and sounds that seem to "swirl" around the listener. An instant classic.
With the Orbit dBucket Flanger, we’ve painstakingly recreated every aspect of some of the greatest vintage analog flangers. To go beyond that, we’ve also added features such as through zero flanging to take you where few have ever ventured before. Our high performance DSP is dedicated entirely to doing one thing and one thing only, delivering the ultimate flanger. Add true bypass, extensive expression pedal control, a favorite preset, super high quality analog front end and output sections, low power consumption and you’ll never want to let go of your Orbit.
Deluxe Electric Mistress
The classic analog Flanger. An array of critically notched and tuned filters gracefully sweep the sound spectrum, creating shimmering, ethereal passages that are truly out of this world. Exclusive Filter Matrix mode disengages the automatic sweep, allowing manual positioning of the filter bank to achieve chime-like metallic tones and other unique effects.
The Ibanez DFL was the first flanger to use digital processing, the IDPC (Ibanez Digital Processing Conversion) system which permits wideband, brighter flanging effects that were previously available only with rackmount digital processors. The DFL also features an extra wide 8:1 sweep ratio for deeper, wide-ranging flanging effects. This flanger can be heard throughout Rage Against The Machine‘s music catalog, and can go from “plane takeoff” to “underwater” and unlimited other flanging tones, with an extremely powerful and wide-ranging set of controls.
Deluxe Electric Mistress XO Analog Flanger
The classic Deluxe Electric Mistress Flanger is available in a compact die-cast package with a number of enhancements to make the venerable analog pedal more user-friendly for today's pedalboard using players. The circuit remains true to its roots, but power is now supplied via a standard EHX9.6-200mA power supply which the pedal comes equipped with, or a 9 volt battery. True Bypass switching ensures maximum signal path integrity when the effect is switched off, and an LED has been added to indicate when the effect is engaged. The original Electric Mistress was introduced in 1976 and the Deluxe version followed two years later. Throughout its decades-long history, musicians have consistently been captivated by its rich, resonant flanging and unique Filter Matrix effect. In that mode the modulation waveform is disconnected from the flanger circuit, freezing the flanger and creating a matrix of filters. It enables a musician to achieve effects like the sound of chimes being played in unison with his or her instrument.
Picture this: during one particular gig, you need a phaser for covering Pink Floyd's Breathe; then a chorus for playing the riff of The Police's Message In A Bottle; finally a flanger for rocking out the opening intro of RATM's Killing In The Name. Normally you would need 3 separate modulation pedals for all those 3 songs. But what if I let you know that there is an easier way to get the job done, with only 1 pedal, would you be interested? It is our latest efforts towards the digital modulation world--5th Dimension. SONICAKE 5th Dimension is an assembly of 11 most commonly requested digital modulation effects, adding multiple sonic dimensions to your tone, providing more possibilities for your tonal palate. It is more than straightforward to use, with a MIX knob controlling effects level; a DEPTH knob adjusting the effects depth; a RATE knob tweaking effects speed; a MODE selector choosing from those 11 effects. Those 11 effects all sound like serious deals to my ears. The tones will speak for themselves. The 11 effects are: 1) Phase 101, a crystal clear and bright phasing tone; 2) Jet Fln Br., a massive, jet-like flanger tone with plenty of feedback; 3) Jet Flane, a classic-sounding flanger effect; 4) Big Sky, vintage chorus sound inspired by the legendary solid state Jazz amplifier; 5) Stereo Chorus, a classic and lush chorus sound modulated by a triangle wave; 6) Liquid Trem, a bias tremolo sound inspired by the circuitry from a vintage tube amp; 7) Opto Trem, classic optical tremolo tone; 8) Roto 60, a vintage 4-stage phasing/rotary vibe effect; 9) Blue Vib, a natural and warm vibrato sound; 10) Cryin' Bot, a dynamic auto-wah envelope filter (DEPTH knob controlling filter frequency range); 11) Lofi, sample reducing effect (DEPTH knob controlling the downsampling rate, RATE knobs controlling the overall brightness).
Many decades ago, it is rumored that a certain, infamous “Spectre” created the effect we’ve all come to know as flange by putting a finger on a set of identical tape recorders, slightly altering the speed of one of the recorders. Through-zero flanging is an incredibly rare and inspiring effect, especially in the analog domain. By using two delay lines (as opposed to just one), Spectre can cross over the elusive “zero point.” This through-zero flanger pedal features an all-analog signal path that can be dialed in to create any amount of subtle and wacky flange tones. Spectre also boasts an impressive array of chorus and vibrato tones. Further, every knob and switch is connected to a little digital brain while your guitar signal stays 100% analog the entire time and never gets digitally processed. Since the control of the effect is digital, it opens up unprecedented effects and features that have never been heard or offered in analog stompboxes.
FX75C - Stereo Flanger
The FX75C splits your guitar signal, adds a short delay to one of the signals, and then changes the delay time at an even rate.This results in a slight fluctuation in pitch of the delayed signal The FX75C then adds a â€œwhooshing up, and downâ€ sound to your guitar by incorporating regeneration into the delayed signal.
Pyramids is a Stereo Flanging Device with five presets, eight flanger modes, tap tempo, tap subdivision, a multifunction Modify control, positive and negative Feedback, and a variable Mix control, which is something you don’t see on a flanger every day. Built upon the same proprietary DSP architecture as the Avalanche Run™, Pyramids delivers convincing jet-engine roar, authentic through-zero tape-style warble, infinite barber pole sweeps, flexible I/O routing, and the ability to re-trigger the LFO cycle via footswitch opens up a fourth dimension of rhythmic possibilities that’s sure to tickle your third ear.