#1
It got good reviews, and I have sampled some soundclips and it sounds awesome. I have to work it off by mowing lawns ($10 bucks a pop) I am 15.

Should I get it? neet to know quick. I am about to buy it.
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#2
no
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#4
what phaser/modulation pedal should I get then?
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#5
an mxr phaser.
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#6
the thing about that pedal, is it doesn't really have the sound I am looking for. It does sound classic and vintage, but I am looking for something with more depth, wich the Boss soundclips show, but I am reading some negative things about. Any effects pedals of any kind besides Distortion, Wah, Delay, Reverb, Flange, or Chorus you guys reccomend?

Any Modulation of some sort.
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#7
well the moog effects are ace for modulation and such they have a really unique tone and theyr an effect all their own. p.s. them sound clips are really rubbish cos you cant really compare them cos they use different guitars, different amps etc. go to a shop and try em.
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#8
Moog is awesome for modulation. Their Murf and their Ring Modulator are incredible effects... pricey, but incredible.

I have a PH-3 and cant understand why some people dont like it. It just doesnt have the EVH sound... which I dont care about getting. It's great for that spacey, atmospheric vibe, but not for a lead guitarist.
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#9
Meh... I love my PH-3. You can get some weird sounds and effects from it that I enjoy. Particularly the "step" mode... I really enjoy that effect, lol...

Honestly, try it out. If you like what you're hearing, go for it. Frankly, I see too many recommendations for pedals that many people have probably never tried/used/owned.
#10
Hm....Mike einziger uses it (he's from incubus) and he gets some awesome sounds.
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#11
dood id say wait til you have a better amp to get effects. becus one you may end up not liking thee effects simply becs your amp isnt doing them justice. plus tube amps are sweet.
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Hm....Mike einziger uses it (he's from incubus) and he gets some awesome sounds.


Einziger actually uses two of them :P:

And he uses PH-2's, but they're pretty much the same general deal.
#14
I thought the PH-2 is analog and the PH-3 is digital.
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#15
The thing is realistically, how often are you going to use that Phaser? For maybe one or two songs at the most? Think about if it's really worth it...
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