The BOSS PH-3 Phase Shifter pedal provides a wealth of vintage and modern phasing effects, including new "Rise" and "Fall" modes for unique, unidirectional phasing. Syncing these phasing effects is as simple as tapping the pedal to the desired tem...
On his web site Bortnick details the collection of foot pedals that he uses for his guitar, such as the Electro-Harmonix Frequency Analyzer ring modulator, Univox Super Fuzz, Boss DD5 Digital Delay, DOD FX17 wah pedal, Boss Phase Shifter, Boss Blues Driver, and Ibanez AF9 Autofilter.more
The switcher controls a Fuchs Royal Plush compressor, a Morley Steve Vai Bad Horsie Wah, a Radial Engineering Tonebone Classic, a Marion Henry Electric Fuzz Bucket, a Moogerfooger MF-104M analog delay, a BBE MB-2 Mind Bender vibrato/chorus, Boss PS-5 Super Shifter and PH-3 Phase Shifter pedals, a Source Audio Soundblox 2 Orbital Modulator, a Malekko Omicron Fuzz, a Guyatone MD2 Micro Digital Delay, and a Banzai Cold Fusion Overdrive that he compares to a Klon Centaur and says is key to his sound.more
The BOSS PH-3 Phase Shifter pedal provides a wealth of vintage and modern phasing effects, including new "Rise" and "Fall" modes for unique, unidirectional phasing. Syncing these phasing effects is as simple as tapping the pedal to the desired tempo, while an optional expression pedal provides realtime control of the PH-3's Rate, Filter and Tempo.
I tend to keep it on the 4-stage phaser setting, to get something similar to the MXR Phase 90 except with a bit more control on the sound. I'll rarely use this with heavy distortion, mainly just with clean or slightly overdriven stuff.
This was an impulse buy, but it's really awesome! In all honesty I don't think I've truly mastered it; it can be tough to use without overpowering your sound, but that's really not a failing of the pedal!
The tap tempo is a nice touch, and I love how many options it has. Overall, really fun to play with.
La guitarra psicodelica de los 70 es uno de los sonidos que más trato de asimilar al momento de crear y este pedal es ideal para eso. La posibilidad de jugar entre la profundidad y la expansión de las ondas es adictivo y siempre dan ganas de buscar más opciones al momento de improvisar. La opción de indicar el tiempo con las pulsaciones hacen que sea muy adaptable cuando se esta creando con la banda.