The Regenerator is a chorus, a flanger and a phaser all in one sturdy metal stomp box. A stereo modulation pedal, the Regenerator features a diverse range of six different modes for you to explore, sure in the knowledge that the tone-preserving pa...
The Regenerator is a chorus, a flanger and a phaser all in one sturdy metal stomp box. A stereo modulation pedal, the Regenerator features a diverse range of six different modes for you to explore, sure in the knowledge that the tone-preserving passive bypass is just a footswitch away. From the sweeping detuned tones of the vintage chorus to a phaser that swells with energy, listen as the Regenerator entwines itself around your sound. With full control over the speed, depth and regeneration, it’s every modulation pedal you’ll ever need.
I bought this second hand and it is little more than unremarkable. Some sounds do however occasionally excite.
Positives: The sounds are all passable at least. The step phaser provides an interesting and unique effect that is enjoyable to use, if a little volatile. In addition the pedal also has some interesting extreme settings including Electric Mistress like fixed flanger sounds.
Negatives: The effects are all highly sterile and do not interact well with other pedals. The pedal itself seems quite fragile as the knobs on them seem quite liable to breaking. Some sounds are at times a little tricky to hear such as the vibe.
All in all, one of the least interesting and bland multi-modulation pedals out there. For a bit more money a Line 6 M5 would provide more odd ball and better common modulation effects along with reverbs and delays.
This pedal serves as my main flanger/phaser pedal but it features more than that. It also has a vintage and multi chorus; a vintage style vibe and (its USP) a step-phaser which stutters the signal based on the phaser setting. Great for live and studio uses!