Moog Moogerfooger MF-108M Cluster Flux
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- Incredibly rugged construction
- Silent operation
- Unlimited combinations
- Awesome sound quality
- Like all Moogerfoogers, it's built like a tank for a lifetime of use
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Think you know everything there is to know about chorus / flanging? Forget it. Moog Music's Cluster Flux has changed the game with totally amazing, warm-sounding classic chorus, flanging, and vibrato - courtesy of vintage analog Bucket Brigade Device (BBD) chips and some top-shelf analog engineering. Cluster Flux puts you in the control seat with a multi-waveform LFO section with tap tempo and MIDI clock sync, and CV and MIDI control of the main parameters. The BBD chips that drive this puppy are in short supply, so the amazing-sounding Cluster Flux is sure to be on everyone's most-wanted list. Order yours today.
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I guess I did. It was probably the "limited edition" sales pitch eating at me. Time will tell how "limited" this run is. Even so, I couldn't be happier with this no-holds barred flanger/chorus effect.
This is the second mooger fooger I've gotten in bed with, the first being the MF-102 Ring Mod. I had a pretty good idea what I was in for and I haven't been disappointed. The beauty of these pedals is that they let you customize almost every parameter of the sound, and let you hook up an expression pedal for on the fly tweaking.
As far as the control layout.... I'm not a synth guy, so I don't have a strong opinion on this subject. I have a general idea of what is happening under the hood, to under stand what the chorus and flanger is doing to my sound, but thats about it.
Overall the effect is pretty transparent in your signal chain. I'm running various guitars (humbucking and single coil) through various effects into a Mesa Boogie Mark IV. The Cluster Flux lets you dial in the drive of the pedal, to match the gain of your input. This helps retain some signal strength, but it can be difficult to get just right. For best results, I found it helps to have the effect in your effects loop (if your amp has one).
As far as the quality of the sound itself, I love it. It is a very, very warm analogue sound. Being able to change the wave form and plug in an expression pedal makes the possibilities endless. You can go from practical to experimental. I've also used it to dial in a light "plate reverb" to fatten up the sound. Or you can use some light flanger a la Andy Summers in The Police (I've read he actually used a light flanger, not chorus).
My only complaint, or critique, is that I wish the the delay got a little higher. Don't get me wrong, you can get some pretty cool sounds with 50ms, but it would have given it more "umph" (or cluster flux, if you will) with some time rivaling a slap back delay.