Based on the benchmark sounds of the MXR M117 Flanger, the MXR Micro Flanger features many of the same flanging effects of its big brother, but in a smaller and more convenient size. Originally released in the 80's, this faithful recreation featur...
"For effects I use a Peterson tuner, either a Chandler Digital Echo or an MXR Carbon Copy, an MXR Phase 90, a Boss OC-3 Super Octave Pedal, a Morley Bad Horsie Wah-Wah pedal and a Morley Optical Volume Pedal. I’ve also just started using an MXR Micro Flanger which Joe Bonamassa recently gave me."more
And I quote "I use an Ibanez RG270DX for drop d, an Epiphone Black Beauty for standard and drop d, a Squier Showmaster for DGCFAD, an Ibanez Iceman for drop c#, and an LTD EC-256 for BEADGB a Peavy 6505 and a Marshall MG412AC and my pedal board a Dunlop Crybaby, a Digitech Whammy, a Boss PSM5, a Boss OD-2, a Boss MT-2, a MXR EVH Phase 90, a Boss PH-3, a Visual Sound Liquid Chorus, a MXR Jimi Hendrix Univibe, a Boss DD-3 and sometimes a MXR Micro Flanger and Way Huge Russian Pickle."more
Based on the benchmark sounds of the MXR M117 Flanger, the MXR Micro Flanger features many of the same flanging effects of its big brother, but in a smaller and more convenient size. Originally released in the 80's, this faithful recreation features the same two critical controls—a Speed knob to control the rate of cycling and a Regeneration knob to manage the overall intensity—and stays true to its 100% analog bucket brigade technology for the ultimate in warm and organic tone. The Micro Flanger has been updated with a true bypass switch so you don't lose any tone during bypass. Go from jet plane like sweeps to cool outer space type effects with the MXR Micro Flanger.
Two knobs, infinite options. Frankly, flanger is flanger, do you need 16 knobs? Hell no. This box is a solid piece of gear that everyone should try at least once in life. Full analog, really responsive and dynamic. MXR is the best for the bucks.
I had lots of choruses and flangers, both digital and analogs. This little buddy seems to be the best option, since it can simulate chorus and even phaser sound. Sounds very natural on cleans and dirts, too. Also does not take lots of space in your board, can be found cheap (used of course), too. If you are looking for quality flanger that will nail your tone then get the Micro Flanger.