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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by 33degrees, Aug 1, 2005.
im looking at the guyatone, maxon retro and boss flangers, any advice?
i like my boss bf-2 flanger
have you tried or compared it to any other pedals?
yea one, the ibanez chours/flanger pedal, its loads better than that.
Boss BF-2 has always been the standard I base all other Flangers on. The Morley Sapphire Flanger was another of my favorites, but I'd take the Boss over that.
tayste recommended the aria flanger, its pretty cheap and can usually found on ebay.
Yeah the Aria FL-10 is an amazing unit if you can find one.
Maybe the new MXR Flanger is good, I've not tired it yet.
try the TC SCF
I am certain that this is the best flanger you can buy
ibanez fl-9 is a pretty serious flanger...its got my vote
Look no further than the Boss, sounds great without losing bass and in an all metal case
Fox Rox TZF
All the others are just tubular woosh in a can, unless of course that's the sound you want.
I LOVE my Rocktron "Hypnotic" flange. It's got so many knobs that you can pretty much control anything in the sound. There's also a cool "Trance" mode which gives some pretty funky results. The only downside to the pedal is a pretty big footprint... otherwise I LOVE it.
FWIW these pedals are built like tanks too!
The Boss BF-2 gets my vote, simple, easy to use, and has a pretty sweet range of flanging My only problem is that it can be a bit too loud on higher notes. Avoid the Boss BF-3 though. I tried them both and the BF-3 sucked.
Has anyone tried the digitech X series flanger?
i got the brown boos bf-2b flanger, sounds pretty good to my me
stick with the boss
I want to get rid of all my pedals and go rackmount, but my flanger is not leaving me
dod bass falnger. not to sure of the model number but its old school...80s. beats the pants off of the boss IMO.
Yeah, Boss BF-2B gets my vote too.
hows the bf-2b compare to the bf-2? any major differences?
I had the BF-3, i thought it was pretty good. Tho i didnt specifically like the bass input of the unit, i just used the guitar one. Didnt lose any lows, that what im always concerned with when using guitar-based effects
Haven't done a direct comparison...But I don't feel the need to. The BF-2B is perfectly good.