For a unique and captivating guitar sound, try our selection of phaser pedals, perfect for everything from funk to shoegaze.
A phaser pedal is a modulation effect that adds a sweeping, swirling sound to your guitar signal. It was first popularized in the 1970s and has since become a staple in many guitarists’ pedalboards.
How the Pedal Works
A phaser pedal works by splitting your guitar signal into two parts. One part is left unaffected, while the other part is passed through a series of all-pass filters that alter the phase of the signal. These filters are then swept back and forth, creating the sweeping, swirling sound that phaser pedals are known for.
Description of the Pedal
A phaser pedal is a must-have for any guitarist looking to add some modulation to their sound. It can be used in a variety of genres, from psychedelic rock to funk to pop. Most phaser pedals have a few controls that allow you to shape the effect to your liking. These typically include a speed control, which adjusts the rate of the sweeping effect, a depth control, which adjusts the intensity of the effect, and a feedback control, which adjusts the amount of signal that is fed back into the phaser circuit. Some phaser pedals also have a switch that allows you to choose between different stages of the effect, such as 2-stage or 4-stage. If you’re looking to add some movement and depth to your guitar sound, a phaser pedal is a great place to start.
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