MXR M117R Flanger
- Create wild sounds from jet plane takeoffs, vibrato, cool space effects and short delay
- A staple of '70s rock and funk
- Use with guitar, bass, keyboards or vocals
- Back by popular demand
- Wild sounds
- Dynamic sounds
- Delay, chorus, vibrato
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The MXR Flanger creates a variety of wild sounds from dynamic jet plane or cool space effects to short delay, chorus and vibrato. Back off Width to zero to disengage auto-sweep, then use the Manual knob to physically place the effect anywhere along the frequency spectrum; use with guitar, bass, keyboards or vocals!
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This version improves on the original by fixing the two major flaws I had with it.
1. Drop in volume when the effect is engaged. Fixed +
2. The "wooshing" sound when engaged and muting. Fixed +
My all time favorite pedal is now even better. Get it while you can at 130 bucks. :)
It seems very well built, with solid metal casing and quality pots. The only thing that feels at all cheap is the thin dc power adapter cable, but it seems far more convenient than the original fat AC cable coming out.
The sound range you can create is quite versatile for a flanger. Once you get the hang of what each pot does you can quickly create anything from classic tough sweeping jet plane sounds, to softer "chorus" type effects.
It seems to really excels at its job when you provide it with a noisy or distorted signal. Such as in a chain after a distortion pedal or with a synth using a very open filter or with a noise source added to the signal chain. Part of this is probably that the effect is very easy to hear in the higher register, so the more complexity you add in the high end the more you can hear it chew that signal.
I would say it has some very specific classic uses and clearly isn't for everyone, but it does what it does extremely well.
And thanks to GearTree for using the worry-free delivery services of UPS for my shipments.
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