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Experience a variety of vintage tape-based flangers.
From vintage to modern, from subtle to severe, the Behringer Flanger Machine FL600 effects pedal lets you explore the entire history of popular flanging effects in one compact box powered by Behringer's intense RSM digital signal processing chip.
Flange occurs when two identical signals are mixed together, but with one signal delayed by a small, gradually changing amount. In layman's terms, it makes your guitar sound something like a vintage rotary speaker, but by adjusting certain parameters of the effect, it becomes syrupy and psychedelic. This effect is prominent in many landmark 70s rock recordings, and persists to this day.
The FL600 uses Behringer's Real Sound Modeling technology to create a flange in a class of its own. The RSM chip gives this pedal the power to simulate the resonance and character of the perfect acoustic environment, resulting in a sound that is nothing short of transcendental!
The FL600 gives you 12 kinds of flange to choose from: Random, Vintage, Chorus, Triggered Up, Triggered Down, Saw Up, Saw Down, Envelope Down, Envelope Up, Sine and Step flange effects. Twist the dedicated Speed, Feedback, Depth and Time dials to shape exactly the flange you want. You can even choose to give it the sound of Tape, Analog or Digital technology, or give it a positive or negative polarity. The possibilities are endless! You can power this flanger with a 9V battery or a DC Power Supply (not included).
The ultimate Flanger Machine delivers the whole history of analog, tape and digital flanger effects-at the touch of a footswitch Real Sound Modeling (RSM) combines state-of-the-art DSP technology with sophisticated algorithms to emulate real acoustic environments.
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Comments about Behringer Flanger Machine FL600 Guitar Effects Pedal:
Near as I can tell this is a copy of a Line 6 Liqua-Flange in a fairly cheezy plastic housing. Some really amazing flange sounds can be gotten out of this pedal from subtle to over the top. Now for the downside, there is a large volume drop when the pedal is engaged... Were it not for that it would definitely still be on my pedalboard... I would recommend it to a freind with that caveat..