Phaser and Vibe

The phaser was originally developed to achieve two things – it was meant to recreate the sound of mechanical flanging (used in the Sixties in recording studios), while also trying to sound like a swooshing Leslie cabinet (just like the Univibe-pedal). It didn’t take long for phasers – which tend to have a milder, less “wet” sound – to become more popular than the more drastic-sounding Univibe. Still, the two effects have a lot in common tonally, so we’d suggest you check them both out to try and find the best effect for your needs.

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