Love a Jet Phaser - these rare units were amongst the earliest pedals made by the Roland Corporation...
Love a Jet Phaser – these rare units were amongst the earliest pedals made by the Roland Corporation in Japan in the mid seventies.
It’s a great-sounding pedal – thick fuzzed-up swirly phasing effects – the speed ramps up or down between the fast and slow settings (using the footswitch on the right) just like a Leslie speaker. Pure Larry Graham, very Hendrix (or as one of our techs said “I AM A SHRED GOD!”).
Lots of different tonal options – this is an awesome pedal.
Tested and in perfect working order.
CONDITION: In scruffy cosmetic condition with scuffs and scrapes across the whole case. The knobs are showing some damage and two of the pointers have been re-drawn in permanent marker. See photos for more information on cosmetic condition.
It runs on two 9v batteries (supplied).
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