#1
Anyone use Phase in their setup?

Looking at getting one to complete my floorboard.

The 3 I've been looking at:

MXR Phase 90
MXR EVH Phase 90
Mooer Ninety Orange

Does anyone have experience with these? Or can you recommend something else?

I think I'm leaning towards the Mooer, cause it's almost half the price of the EVH, and appears to have the same "script/modern" switch. It's also WAYYY smaller. The only downside is the lack of EVH Striped finish, but I could learn to live without.

Thanks dudes!
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#2
I'd personally go for the normal MXR phase 90

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#3
i've run the gauntlet of phasers. the best were the homebrew psilocybe and the old mij boss ph-1r. currently using the phase on my mobius. i recommend getting a phaser with a resonance control, as at slower speeds the phase can get a little too subtle - the resonance helps it poke out.
#4
I have a '74 script phase. And it's better than the other phasers I've owned/played (which includes EVH script phase, block phase, biyang phase and small stone).

But really, it depends on application. The '74 is a bit more subtle than a block phase, and so for extreme gain I'd probably go for a EVH or block (or clones). But the '74 owns the block for say have a cigar tones. The small stone is good for cleans, but I prefer the mxrs with gain.
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#5
I've had a block Phase 90 for ages and it's always been solid, reliable and delivered what I need.
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#6
I like and use the phaser in my GT-10. Not sure what it's a model of, unfortunately.
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#7
There's different phasers modelled in the GT-10 starting with Boss' own PH-3 and the MXR Phase 90.
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#8
Quote by Slap-happy
There's different phasers modelled in the GT-10 starting with Boss' own PH-3 and the MXR Phase 90.


I looked at my patches, I believe it's "4 Stage"? The "Type" options are 4 Stage, 8 Stage, 12 Stage & Bi Phase.
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Fractured Instinct
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Ibanez RGA42E
Ibanez S420
LTD H-301
Ibanez RG520
Peavey Predator USA
Douglas Grendel 725
Line 6 Pod HD500X
#9
Quote by Offworld92
I looked at my patches, I believe it's "4 Stage"? The "Type" options are 4 Stage, 8 Stage, 12 Stage & Bi Phase.

Scouring the net without much luck, I'm afraid.
Nothing personal, I'm just not a big fan of multi fx units and am therefore unfamiliar with many of the settings or what they purport to model.
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#11
Quote by Slap-happy
Scouring the net without much luck, I'm afraid.
Nothing personal, I'm just not a big fan of multi fx units and am therefore unfamiliar with many of the settings or what they purport to model.


No, for sure. I wish that info was easily available, but for whatever reason (I guess copyright?), it's usually nowhere to be found.
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Douglas Grendel 725
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#12
id go with the normal phase 90. cheap. reliable and MOD FRIENDLY!!!!
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