This big brother of the Phase 90 offers an even broader range of sounds. Along with the speed control there is a 4-position rotary switch that selects between four different intensities, defined as preset waveform patterns. Great for guitar, bass,...
From http://www.kurtsequipment.com/ site, who claims the source for this info is Ernie Bailey itself, Kurt's guitar technician: Sources: 59). My conversations and emails with Earnie Bailey. 60). Various emails. Effects: 7). Orange MXR Phase 100 which was used for "Curmudgeon." This was owned by Kurt (59) and supposedly purchased at Voltage Guitars at the same time as his Fender XII and blue Mosrite (60).more
Just like in 2012, LaLonde travels with two boards. Board No. 1 has a Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby wah, Keeley Hooke Reverb, Menatone King of the Britains, Strymon Ola, MXR Phase 100, two custom, one-off Keeley pedals (bottom of board)—Delay and Tremolo, which are the circuits pulled from Keeley’s Super Mod Workstation—Boss DD-20 Giga Delay, Keeley DynaTrem, Mu-Tron III Envelope Filter, two MXR Carbon Copy Delays, and an EBS OctaBass.more
Same lo-res pic as used elsewhere I know, (but it's all here!). The distinctive orange bodywork of the MXR Phaser is quite clear next to the Boss CE-1 on top of the Roland RE-201 (top right of pic). The MXR Phase 100 was often used to modify the sound of both the Hammond organ and the RMI pianomore
"I used an Epiphone Riviera from 1967, and played it through a MXR phase 100, with the Orange Tiny Terror amp, giving me a classic British tone. I tried some riffs on the demo for this song, so that was our starting point. The solo will be one of the best on the CD for sure. I love that Epiphone. I used it on the Butchering The Beatles song "Drive My Car" with Kip Winger singing a few years back. It screams in a great way."more
This is no doubt ?THE? phase tone that everybody's after, so maybe because of its fame, it was a major disappointment for me, sorry for that. I had and I even have phasers that sound better to my ears, my old Small Stone, in the first place. I'm unable to fork out a decent subtle or prominent sound from it, it sounds artificial at all settings. I even cannot reproduce an authentic Stones sound with it, despite that they were reportedly using Phase 100 on Some Girls and nearby tours. It does not help either that the intensity control was surprisingly mirrorred sometime during its long production years, so when somebody is referring to "position 2" you can never be sure which setting he's meaning. Some sources state that the old "script logo" version, or Eddie Van Halen's signature version sounds different and better. I cannot confirm that as yet with no chance of comparison, but truth may be in it, as my vintage Small Stone sounds warmer and fuller than the current nano version of EHX.