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DigiTech XHP Hyper Phase Stereo Phaser Pedal  

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The DigiTech XHP Hyper Phase Stereo Phaser Pedal has a triggering feature, step function, speed, depth, regen, and mode knobs to enhance your control...Read More

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Choose from 7 operational modes with an awesome selection of sounds.

The DigiTech XHP Hyper Phase Stereo Phaser Pedal has a triggering feature, step function, speed, depth, regen, and mode knobs to enhance your control for an amazing palette of phase possibilities. Left/mono and right outs. DigiTech includes a 9V battery with the XHP Hyper Phase pedal.

FEATURES
  • 7 operational modes
  • Triggering feature
  • Step function
  • Speed control
  • Depth control
  • Regen control
  • Mode control

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DigiTechXHP Hyper Phase Stereo Phaser Pedal
 
4.5

(based on 36 reviews)

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    (23)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (10)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

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    (1)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Excellent sound quality (4)
  • Good selection of effects (4)
  • Versatile (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Performances (4)
    • Home studio (3)
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      • Experienced (4)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Not another "me too" phaser

    The phaser is a guitar effect that dates back to the 1960's, and it's easy to think of it as "been there, done that". So many hit songs from...Read complete review

    The phaser is a guitar effect that dates back to the 1960's, and it's easy to think of it as "been there, done that". So many hit songs from the 1970's have phasing on the guitar.
    But I was easily able to dial in some phaser effects with my Hyper Phase that do not sound dated, cliched, or boring.
    I have the Hard Wire phaser too, and the Hyper Phase is not just a "little brother" phaser. It has its own sound - warmer, more syrupy than the Hard Wire phaser. Very smooth. The way the sweeping is voiced, it sounds a bit like a cross between phasing and more subtle flanging. Unique, very pleasing and very musical.
    One of the coolest features of the Hyper Phase, which is not shown in the photo on this page, and is not present on the Hard Wire phaser, is setting number 4 on the selector switch, which actually is not "Stage D" as shown in the photo here, but "Rise/Fall". This is essentially a sawtooth wave LFO rather than the standard sine wave. What this lets me do is add some movement and shimmer to clean guitar tones, without the repetitive up-down-up-down action of a sine wave LFO. In the rise setting, the phase sweep sounds like it's always going up. In the fall setting, it sounds like it's always going down. It's more musical than a sine wave setting IMO, and it hasn't been done to death. I have even been able to dial in very pleasing, musical, subtle phasing sounds in the rise/fall mode with the speed knob turned up to a high speed, with the depth or the regen knob turned down to more moderate levels. It adds a subtle, fast tremolo-like sound, without sounding wobbly, or like a ray gun noise. It sounds great on arpeggiated clean guitar parts.

    I'm interested in going beyond the cliched and done-to-death phasing effects all over hit songs from 40 years ago, or making ray gun or underwater noises. I write songs and I enjoy exploring new yet musical ways to get sounds out of a guitar. I've found this phaser to be a great tool.

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Meh

    The volume is not adjustable so even after trying various positions in my chain it was still far too quiet to be useful. The digitech phaser has seven options, one of which has very...Read complete review

    The volume is not adjustable so even after trying various positions in my chain it was still far too quiet to be useful. The digitech phaser has seven options, one of which has very little use and the rest are subtle variations of phase type. I wanted this for the different options it offered but after using it for some time I found it mostly sounds compressed and synthetic, I would recommend looking at another pedal.

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    5.0

    Not another "me too" phaser

    By JustWannaRock

    from WI

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Excellent Sound Quality
    • Good Selection Of Effects
    • Musical
    • Versatile

    Cons

    • Slightly Wobbly Knobs

    Best Uses

    • Home Studio
    • Performances

    Comments about DigiTech XHP Hyper Phase Stereo Phaser Pedal:

    The phaser is a guitar effect that dates back to the 1960's, and it's easy to think of it as "been there, done that". So many hit songs from the 1970's have phasing on the guitar.
    But I was easily able to dial in some phaser effects with my Hyper Phase that do not sound dated, cliched, or boring.
    I have the Hard Wire phaser too, and the Hyper Phase is not just a "little brother" phaser. It has its own sound - warmer, more syrupy than the Hard Wire phaser. Very smooth. The way the sweeping is voiced, it sounds a bit like a cross between phasing and more subtle flanging. Unique, very pleasing and very musical.
    One of the coolest features of the Hyper Phase, which is not shown in the photo on this page, and is not present on the Hard Wire phaser, is setting number 4 on the selector switch, which actually is not "Stage D" as shown in the photo here, but "Rise/Fall". This is essentially a sawtooth wave LFO rather than the standard sine wave. What this lets me do is add some movement and shimmer to clean guitar tones, without the repetitive up-down-up-down action of a sine wave LFO. In the rise setting, the phase sweep sounds like it's always going up. In the fall setting, it sounds like it's always going down. It's more musical than a sine wave setting IMO, and it hasn't been done to death. I have even been able to dial in very pleasing, musical, subtle phasing sounds in the rise/fall mode with the speed knob turned up to a high speed, with the depth or the regen knob turned down to more moderate levels. It adds a subtle, fast tremolo-like sound, without sounding wobbly, or like a ray gun noise. It sounds great on arpeggiated clean guitar parts.

    I'm interested in going beyond the cliched and done-to-death phasing effects all over hit songs from 40 years ago, or making ray gun or underwater noises. I write songs and I enjoy exploring new yet musical ways to get sounds out of a guitar. I've found this phaser to be a great tool.

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    5.0

    super good deal

    By guitarman

    from North Carolina

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    Pros

    • Compact Design
    • Easy to use
    • Excellent Sound Quality
    • Good Selection Of Effects
    • Responsive
    • Versatile

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Events
      • Home Studio
      • Mobile DJ
      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about DigiTech XHP Hyper Phase Stereo Phaser Pedal:

      A GREAT PEDAL AND EASY TO USE

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      4.0

      great value

      By ElPasoLesStratMan

      from TEXAS

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

      • Excellent Sound Quality
      • Good Selection Of Effects

      Cons

      • Lacks

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Events
      • Home Studio
      • Performances

      Comments about DigiTech XHP Hyper Phase Stereo Phaser Pedal:

      If you're after a botique-quality pedal, look elsewhere. If you're after a great value (not THAT Great Value)then this is the one to get. I didn't even realize it had seven modes of phase. They're not all usable, but this will give you more to choose from than a typical one-trick pony phaser. Also on SDOTD, this was 1/3 the cost of the usual phasers, and they're not stereo. Do expect a great phaser with a very adjustable speed, sweep and depth that is very usable in any gig situation. The four and twelve step modes when run in stereo are my favorite.

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      5.0

      DigiTech Phase Pedal.

      By Joseph Butler

      from Jupiter, Florida

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      Pros

      • Compact Design
      • Excellent Sound Quality
      • Good Selection Of Effects
      • Responsive
      • Versatile

      Cons

      • It needs a level knob

      Best Uses

      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about DigiTech XHP Hyper Phase Stereo Phaser Pedal:

      This is a great pedal. The only complaint that I have is that I think that it could a level knob, other then that I can't think of one negative thing to say about this pedal. DigiTech puts out some great products buy em!

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      3.0

      Meh

      By Brettherev

      from Illinois

      Comments about DigiTech XHP Hyper Phase Stereo Phaser Pedal:

      The volume is not adjustable so even after trying various positions in my chain it was still far too quiet to be useful. The digitech phaser has seven options, one of which has very little use and the rest are subtle variations of phase type. I wanted this for the different options it offered but after using it for some time I found it mostly sounds compressed and synthetic, I would recommend looking at another pedal.

      Comment on this review

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Alright

      By Brettherev

      from Illinois

      Comments about DigiTech XHP Hyper Phase Stereo Phaser Pedal:

      I bought this looking for a phaser that had versatility and chose digitech over boss due to price. The pedal is rock solid and does have a wide array of features for a phase pedal, but I have two major gripes with it. First and foremost it is way too quiet, no matter where I place it in my pedal chain. And because there's no volume knob you're stuck with a phase that's almost too quiet even for subtle accents. The other problem is the depth knob which is also incredibly weak. I care barely hear the difference between 0 and 10. All in all, it seems like a decent pedal and perhaps I'll need to try it on someone else's setup to know for sure, but it's not really satisfying me so far.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Great pedal

      Comments about DigiTech XHP Hyper Phase Stereo Phaser Pedal:

      I am a dedicated Boss fan who bought the degitech chorus because boss chorus pedal were lacking. I loved the Digitech and tried this for the hell of it. Best investment I may have made. I love this pedal. I gave it a 4 for features because it needs a level knob. When activating the pedal there is a miniscule drop in volume that is barely noticable but mildly annoying. Dont get me wrong, the features and sound of this pedal cannot be beat.

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      (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Good Pedal.

      By mjhunter12

      from Alabama

      Comments about DigiTech XHP Hyper Phase Stereo Phaser Pedal:

      This pedal is pretty sweet. I really like all the different phase options it has. It takes some playing around with to get it working though, but after that this is a great pedal.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Awsome!

      By almarockstar@yahoo.com

      from Los Angeles, CA

      Comments about DigiTech XHP Hyper Phase Stereo Phaser Pedal:

      This pedal is pretty cool, it has great features and it's built to last. The volume does drop and the tone gets a little bit thinned out. You have to take time to play with it and find the best sounds for you. At this price it beats the value of more expensive units. Digitech rocks!

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      3.0

      Just ok

      By d00d

      from The woods of NJ

      Comments about DigiTech XHP Hyper Phase Stereo Phaser Pedal:

      This pedal isn't horrible, but it not the greatest phaser ever either. The it kills bass and drops volume when its on. The bypass isn't that good either. On the plus side it does offer many different phasers, and the pedal itself is solid. You could probably drop an amp on it to switch on and off and nothing bad would happen. Overall a decent pedal, but there is way better out there.

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