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  • Phase pedal

    I'm deciding on what phaser pedal to get out of:
    1.Electro-Harmonix Small Stone Phase Shifter
    2.DigiTech XHP Hyper Phase
    3.MXR Phase 90

    What do you guys think would be the best? Im just tryin to get some feedback to help me decide.
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  • #2
    never heard the digitech, but I prefer the small stone just a little over the p90 myself.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by guitboxguy
      I'm deciding on what phaser pedal to get out of:
      1.Electro-Harmonix Small Stone Phase Shifter
      2.DigiTech XHP Hyper Phase
      3.MXR Phase 90

      What do you guys think would be the best? Im just tryin to get some feedback to help me decide.


      Name some songs with phase sounds that you like, that should help to narrow down the pedal you want.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by bluefalcon
        never heard the digitech, but I prefer the small stone just a little over the p90 myself.


        what are the diffrences between a small stone and Phase 90?
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        • #5
          the main difference between the small stone and the phase 90 is the small stone sounds more like an overdrive than a phaser.

          *runs and hides from incoming flames from phase 90 users*
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          • #6
            Originally posted by littlehornyfenderboy56


            what are the diffrences between a small stone and Phase 90?


            Small Stone is thicker and more gloopy sounding, especially with the color switch on, and gets a bit faster than the Phase 90. The MXR is the classic swishy phase sound, with a little bit of a treble edge, which helps it mate well with distortion.

            Someone should really knuckle down and build the two circuits into one box with an outlet for expression controlled phase speed.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by littlehornyfenderboy56


              what are the diffrences between a small stone and Phase 90?


              You still haven't found a phaser ... even with all of the pretty pictures in your "best phaser" thread.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by ck3


                You still haven't found a phaser ... even with all of the pretty pictures in your "best phaser" thread.


                i've kinda narrowed it down, but nope still looking. the pics are pretty.
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                • #9
                  Dude when searching for the perfect phaser, always look for pedals you can tweak, pedals that have a WIDE range of options.

                  for example the BOSS PH-3 Phase Shifter

                  I own a digitech Hyper Phaze


                  but don't like it that much, it holds back much of the clarity ( clean ) i want it to produce.

                  I'm also on a hunt for the perfect phaze pedal,
                  sofar this is the only on on my wanted list.

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                  • #10
                    i have a r28 modded phase 90 and like it alot....smooth and very easy to do!!!
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by orbital_element
                      Dude when searching for the perfect phaser, always look for pedals you can tweak, pedals that have a WIDE range of options.

                      for example the BOSS PH-3 Phase Shifter

                      I own a digitech Hyper Phaze


                      but don't like it that much, it holds back much of the clarity ( clean ) i want it to produce.

                      I'm also on a hunt for the perfect phaze pedal,
                      sofar this is the only on on my wanted list.

                      Boss PH-3


                      why would you bump a thread over a half-year old?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by orbital_element
                        Dude when searching for the perfect phaser, always look for pedals you can tweak, pedals that have a WIDE range of options.



                        i dunno i prefer pedals that do just one or 2 things thing but do them really well.

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                        • #13
                          You should consider the Pigtronix EP-1 phaser.

                          It has more depth and clarity as well as way more features than the Small Stone or Phase 90. It is also mroe expensive, but well worth the $.

                          Any way you go, I definitly recommend an analog phaser over the digitech or boss pedals.

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                          • #14
                            teh PH-3 does do alot of things, and rather well, but there is a noticable change in tone when you turn it one. Just a warning from a guy who owns one.
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