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Joyo JF-07 Classic Flanger Guitar Effect Pedal with BBD simulation circuit
- Uses the BBD simulation circuit
- It is a nice warm tube amp
- Affordable but highly effective pedal
- Featuring true bypass wiring and knobs to control Regen
- Can easily get the metallic flanger tone, wave-like chorus and a rapid tremulous vibrato
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What is better than a lead guitar solo with a nice guitar ran through a nice warm tube amp? The same solo played by David Gilmore; but more importantly for you is the same guitar solo played through a Joyo Flanger! This “Classic Flanger” pedal brings to mind the 70s rock era, with originality shining (instead of production methods).
The JF-07 Classic flanger might as well be called the “007” pedal because it’s as stealthy and intriguing as Agent Bond himself. The control layout is reminiscent of your manager at work (that one may go above most of your heads, unless you really have an eye for simile, word play, or can think of a classic purple stompbox that brought this sound into everyone’s practice spaces).
Featuring true bypass wiring, knobs to control Regen (how much feedback the pedal throws into the mix), Delay time (obvious enough, the speed of the swirl), width (also plays significantly with the modulation, basically affecting how far the flanger goes away from unmodulated or clean) and finally speed (also impacts swirliness and overall, controls the wobble).
The JF-07 pedal is an affordable but highly effective pedal, and as such it allows any guitar player, beginner intermediate or expert, to dive in (deep) and begin experimenting with the headspace that is Sound. Do not operate heavy machinery while swirling around and getting lost in the lush tones this pedal can provide!
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Subtle Classic Flange sound that
doesn't get outrageous, and the unit is quiet_ You get the Jet sweeps and all but it's controls are on the mild side as your setting the knobs to take it for a test spin which I really like_ it's not built to win the Flange Olympics but if you want just a good honest classic Flange sound - look no further_ it's just great in every way_ Take this baby for a Rocket Ride !
I have a 4 Pedal board running in this order....
Way Huge™ Angry Troll (Signal/Gain Boost)
Way Huge™ Swollen Pickle (Fuzz)
Joyo™ Classic Flanger
Caline™ Orange Burst (Overdrive)
....running into a Zack Wilde Edition Marshall Mini Stack .... And everything sounds great
I really like this pedal - very well made, solid feel and cool graphics. Looks good on my pedal board. Generates a huge range of tones. Seems a great inexpensive first pedal for someone new to flangers who is trying to work out what sounds they produce and how to produce them - just what I was after.
Nothing bad to say at all, just misses out on 5 stars because:
- Footprint is large, can't see why it needs to be this big
- Dials are a bit small and close together (especially given above)
- Power goes in right next to the signal input, means I can't get as much flexibility over the cabling path as I'd like.
As said, those are minor points. I've been really impressed with Joyo - they have a cheap price point and make sgood products for that point. Yes, you can buy better products, but for the money this is a great flanger.
Also, Harrier Jump Jets are awesome.
From the reviews (on amazon and elsewhere), I expected a good, solid flanger, and that is precisely what this is. I had an early 80s Ibanez FL9, which is capable of the rich phasey and lush chorus sounds, but not of the flangey swoosh or metallic clank I was looking for (for lack of better words). Joyo has all of it: the swooshes, swirls, and robot-voice clanks (i.e., short delay).
My impression after a couple of days of playing with it is that it has everything I'm looking for in a flanger (see caveat next paragraph). If I were a gigging guitarist, I would consider spending $80-$100 more for a better flanger, but based on my experience with flangers (I have owned a In Line Effects Flanger, a Boss BF2 and an Ibanez FL9, and now this), it's the best flanger for the price. That is, don't expect to pay just $20 more for a noticeably better flanger. But...
...it depends on what you're looking for in a flanger. I mostly use it at low settings to thicken the sound a bit, and I occasionally introduce a bit of clanky short Delay with the Regen knob turned up a bit for some King's X sounds. A stereo option would be cool, but so would a second amp to play it through. If that's something you're looking for, then spending a bit more on a stereo flanger wouldn't be a bad idea. If not, I heartily recommend this one.
For those who might be wondering, this is not a flange that will do the EVH Unchained type of flange; it's too subtle for that (which will lead me to my one and only very minor criticism). Instead, it's a marvelous effect for playing with rather than merely stomping it on and off for momentary uses. I like it as a thick, organic type of chorus, which is great through a clean channel and equally as good through full gain.
My one complaint or wish would be that it had a mix knob. Although you could increase the
There's nothing cheap going on here but its price. There was a time when a pedal like this could go for hundreds of dollars.