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Modulation -- Flanger/Chorus Pedal: Stereo Electric Mistress

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  • Stereo Electric Mistress--Flanger/Chorus Pedal
  • 9.6V 200mA +C- power adapter
  • 10’ 1/4” ts male to 1/4” ts male audio cable
  • 3’ 1/4” ts male to 1/4” ts male audio cable



The earliest flanger effects were produced by playing back the same sound on multiple tape decks, while the engineer used a finger on the tape reel’s edge (or flange) to speed up or slow down the duplicate signal. This produced a wild jet-like sweep of the material’s harmonic structure. Eventually, the effect was duplicated using advanced digital delays set to extremely short delay times and inverting the signal’s phase.


When a slightly detuned and delayed “clone” of a guitar signal is played back with the original, it produces a subtle (or sometimes not so subtle) doubling effect, which produces a thicker, lusher tone. The original effect was produced by the BOSS CE-1 Chorus Ensemble. Later effects added multiple detunings and delays to produce rich, glossy animation. Andy Summers of The Police was quick to use the chorus effect.

From the awesome folks at Sweetwater: Guitar Pedal Buying Guide

Generate slithering "Axis Bold as Love" textures. Use Filter Matrix mode to manually flange your sound or select a flange point allowing musically frozen tonalities. This is the only pedal where lush Stereo Flange and Stereo Chorus work together seamlessly for the richest modulations that undulate and flow over any stage or recording. Colorful and seductive in stereo.

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