Mode Machines MM6 Phaser Pedal (B-STOCK)
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***B-STOCK: Box opened, product in perfect working order***
The MM-6 phaser by Mode Machines is a compact, intuitive stomp box that can deliver a whole lot of sound. This particular effect creates a whirling audio wave. The effect sounds much like the whirling of a helicopter when turned low, but when turned up all the way, it resembles something that sounds like a combination of a tremolo and a flanger. Guitarists like Van Halen and Tom Morello were big fans of this effect. Operating this pedal is simply a matter of adjusting the speed knob, which determines the intensity of the effect.
Mode Machines MiniMode Series:
The MiniMode Series by Mode Machines is a collection of compact stomp boxes for guitar, bass and synthesizer. The German company has launched a collection of nine affordable, characteristic pedals that are easy to use thanks to their intuitive layout. What's more, the stomp boxes in this series take up a minimal amount of space on your pedal board, and are powered by means of a 9-volt battery or adapter.
*Mains adapter not included*
- 100% analog circuit design
- Works well with bass, keyboards and even vocals
- Total (true) bypass
|Power Supply||Battery OR Mains Adapter|
|Input Impedance (ohms)||1000000|
|Output Impedance (ohms)||100000|
|Dimensions (mm)||94 x 46 x 50|
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