#1
Just a quick question.....Does the Small Stone nano sound as good as the Small Stone USA 'classic chassis?'
#3
FWIW, the Neo ones are supposed to sound as good as the regular ones, but in the Nano size.
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#5
Quote by Ichabod Crane
Just a quick question.....Does the Small Stone nano sound as good as the Small Stone USA 'classic chassis?'


TBH I havnt heard the classic but the Nano Electro Harmonix Small Stone pedal is awesome. Nice wet analog tones.
#6
I have the nano and it sounds awesome. not played the origional though, but i heard there is a big volume drop with the origional, which isnt present in the nano.
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#7
Thanks for all your replies. I already have a Phase 90 but I'd like a more 'swirly' phase like the original small stone has..... As it's almost impossible to try an original, I just wondered about the nano, certainly the demo's on youtube sound really nice. Thanks again.
#8
Just as an update, I've just bought a USA Small Stone off ebay, and it is so much warmer and lush sounding than the Phase 90, which seems harsh by comparison. I guess both have their place. But it's good to have both to use as required. Who said greedy? lol
#9
Although a moot point, here's info on the different versions with sample clips for comparison's sake:

http://www.pedalarea.com/small_stone.htm

Which version did you pick up? I have a USA Version 2 (reputed to be the warmest sounding) that me and the studio tech I work with modded to fix the volume drop and add true bypass and an LED.
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#10
I'm not altogether sure. It's the EHX 4800, so I'm guessing it's version 4? Sounds really lovely though...
#12
Quote by stykerwolf
wait til you try an mk2, that's real phasing


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