#1
I recently picked one of these up for the unique sounds it makes a la Nirvana's "Radio Friendly Unit Shifter". It's worth it for that alone, but I was hoping it had the versatility to double as my primary flanger. Unfortunately I have yet to find a satisfying flanger setting akin to the Electric Mistress or the MXR M-117. Am I hoping for to much out of this pedal, or is there a setting I'm missing?
Gear
  • 2004 Am. Strat
  • 2004 Mex. Tele
  • 2005 Esteve Classical

  • Vox Valvetronix AD15VT w/ foot switch

  • Vox 847
  • EH Stereo Polychorus
  • Ibanez TS-808
  • EH Big Muff Germanium 4
  • EH Small Clone
  • EH Small Stone (USA Ver 2)
  • EH LPB-1
  • PlusEBow
#2
Amp: bass around 10 o'clock, mids and treble: between 3 and 5 o'clock. Clean channel, no reverb, no bright switch
If you use ds2: set at 3 o'clock for level, 11 o'clock for tone and full for distortion. Also set on mode 1.
The big muff was at 1 o'clock for volume, 12 o'clock for tone and 1 o'clock for sustain.
Polychorus:  feedback 3 o'clock, mode - chorus, sweep filter on, tune/delay 7 o'clock (off), width 10 o'clock, sweep rate 10 o'clock