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Since it gained traction in the swirling atmosphere of '60s psychedelia, phase shifting has been defying tone and genre categorization for half a century. Created by displacing the position and/or shape of a wave form, phase shifting can take the form of a slow undulation at lower speeds and a melty, warbling tone metamorphosis when the rate is cranked. Found everywhere from Eddie Van Halen's famed use of the MXR Phase 90 on "Eruption" to Jonny Greenwood's Electro-Harmonix Small Stone on OK Computer, the right phase shifter transports your sound to unexplored territory.

Phaser Pedals

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