3 sounds you can get from a flanger pedal other than the typical airplane whoosh. (Flanger seems to be one of those either love it or hate it sounds according to the last post). I’m using my BYOC Analog Stereo Flanger.

I love flanger but I do see it more as a studio/production tool than placed on a pedalboard.


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We are very pleased to be involved in this.  The BYOC OD-2 with MOSFET upgrade above will be auctioned off.

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I sometimes build pedals when I can afford the kits from Build Your Own Clone. Putting together this Flanger was a challenge but also very helpful in understanding layout and getting used to the different components involved in a professional pedal build. It’s got stereo outputs and I upgraded one of the IC chips to make the flanger effect more pronounced. It sounds incredible and is extremely versatile. It does the big whooshes and gets more complex/liquid, too. It does the choppy Uni-Vibe thing extremely well, and it also sounds like a chorus (hits Kurt Cobain effect on the head). It does everything and I couldn’t be happier with it. Highly recommended, just be careful and re-read the instructions like I didn’t!