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A/DA PBF Flanger

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  • BASS voicing switch
  • Output LEVEL control
  • True bypass
  • LED status indicator

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A/DA PBF Flanger A new, smaller (Pedal Board Friendly) FLANGER from ADA -- the same design as the original award-winning all-analog ADA Flangers from the late 1970s in a "Hammond-1590B-size" enclosure. The tone and depth of the ADA PBF Flanger is unique and powerful as well as rich and warm. You can easily dial-in auto whammy, chorus, vibrato and de-tune modulations. The Flanger works with all ADA CONTROL PEDALS and most other expression pedals -- or directly control the SWEEP with an external voltage. Made in California, and powered by standard 9 to 12 volt DC pedal board power supplies at 150mA. A/DA PBF Flanger Features: BASS voicing switch output LEVEL control true bypass LED status indicator 9 to 12 volt DC at 150mA operation

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