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Boss Ph-3r Phaser Black Label Made in Japan with Box Excellent
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- Includes classic multi-stage phasers with selectable stages
- Compact pedal with versatile vintage and modern BOSS phasing
- New Rise and Fall modes create unidirectional phasing
- Realtime control of Rate, Filter, and Tempo via optional expression pedal
- 1M-ohms Input Impedance
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The pedal can also get a passable Univibe sound on the 4-stage setting, although it does color your sound somewhat and is not what I would call "transparent".
Not the most popular phase pedal among the cognoscenti, but as reliable performer nonetheless.
As other people have mentioned, there is somewhat of a volume drop in 4-stage mode. I believe it is actually a PERCEIVED volume drop since that mode has a darker tonal character than the others. I've found that turning up the depth and resonance (feedback) knobs help to remedy the volume dip. The 4-stage mode doesn't equal the tone of my Small Stone or Phase 90. On the other hand, it isn't embarrassed by the sound of those two pedals, either. I don't hear any volume drop with any of the other modes.
My favorite modes are 10-stage, 12-stage, Fall, Rise and Step. They are worth the cost of the pedal alone, IMO. There are a wealth of swirling, hypnotic synth-like tones within those settings (especially the last 3) that you will never get out of any other phase shifter that I know of. We aren't talking about gimmicky, cool-for-a-minute sounds, either.
So, if you want a straight ahead vintage sounding phaser and don't need or want a lot of features, you're better off with a Small Stone or Phase 90 (Script Logo). If you are in the market for a much more versatile and adventurous-sounding phase shifter, then test drive "The Green Machine". More like 4.5 stars.
I got this as a gift (not from Amazon), and it was my first Boss pedal. I was a little worried about the rumors of volume loss, thinking that with the rest of my pedalboard, it might be worse than some were saying, but I'm more or less getting absolutely no volume loss from this thing, plus it is absolutely amazing. The step function alone is worth buying this pedal for. It is so strange, and one of the funnest effects I've played with in a while. Even the rise and fall functions, when you get them going really fast, are outrageous to play with, and as someone who was a little hesitant about Boss in general, being the snotty boutique pedal buyer than I am, this has absolutely helped me understand why Boss is such a standard on most pedalboards.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product, but is not Japanese
But is a powerful and useful effect
I dnt rcvd the item until now, i dnt know where and when,Published 6 months ago by Peter noah enopena
This was not the made in Japan version as advertised. It was just a regular old boss phaser. Not made in Japan. However it did work perfectly.Published 8 months ago by William A. See III
Bought this second one. Works great. Using it as I write.Published 19 months ago by Deane Delli-Bovi
Once again I will say that I am not a fan of swirling, modulation effects but I like this newer version of Boss phaser. Read morePublished on February 5, 2014 by Sheepdog
I had recently purchased this pedal used and when I got it, it didn't come with the original box but I thought that it was fine since I got it used. Read morePublished on June 28, 2013 by Joespence6