#1
I remember getting it for a present from my brother like 6 years ago, at that time I was playing guitar for a year but quit after that for about 3. I always got really weird sounds out of it and never had a use for it. What artists use a flanger? Maybe I can put it to some use. I could also try to sell it, how much do you think it's worth UG?



Edit: I also found a Fender digital tuner

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#2
Not too sure of many others but i know Eddy Van Halen was known to use a little flanger here and there.
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#3
Van Halen uses a Flanger and so does Joe Satriani at times. Check ebay for going prices.
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#4
Play halens unchained on it!
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#7
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Van Halen uses a Flanger and so does Joe Satriani at times. Check ebay for going prices.


I couldn't find the same one on ebay or craigslist.
#10
Well doing a google search I was led to Harmony Central and someone paid $70 for one back in 2006, $40 in Canada in 2000 & $60 AUD in 1996, all used.
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#12
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Well doing a google search I was led to Harmony Central and someone paid $70 for one back in 2006, $40 in Canada in 2000 & $60 AUD in 1996.


So logic tells me it has risen in value from 2000-2006! Just kidding, and I don't know AUD conversions. I'll probably end up keeping it considering it was a gift.
#13
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That looks great. How does it sound?


I would tell you if I had a DC adapter
#14
I'd keep it because it sounds great and you can't get much value from them, as shown by the guy above.

The fact that it looks so spiffy must be icing on the cake, too.
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#15
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I would tell you if I had a DC adapter
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I do, and I may have a DC adapter somewhere in my house, but don't feel like looking right now.

I remember when trying it when I first got it and I remember it sounding really crazy and I didn't like it. But maybe my guitar playing has improved enough that I can find it useful
#18
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Just make sure the adapter you use matches the output of the Boss - look it up on line if you have too.


The back reads "9V DC 40mA" Is that what I'm looking for?
#19
Well...again, maybe check the boss web site as i am not an electrical engineer - but i think that means:

9 volts
Direct Current
40 milli amps

i think, and you can usually add or subtract 10 or 20 ma's but maybe someone else can confirm. that is an old unit so personally i would double check before just plugging something in. lol
#21
I dont think subtracting 10 to 20 mA is a good idea. Really. Youre asking to get hit by a thunderbolt later on. If you cant find one, you could go out and buy one, or you could even make one (I could help you out there if youre interested), its not very difficult.
#23
hmm, to me, it looks like its a stereo amp, but I don't think its tube. However, for a stereo amp, it is very good. Don't plug guitar into it; just use it as hi-fi if it works.


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#24
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hmm, to me, it looks like its a stereo amp, but I don't think its tube. However, for a stereo amp, it is very good. Don't plug guitar into it; just use it as hi-fi if it works.

Sorry, couldn't resist it

yeah, that thread came to mind when i saw this thread too.

but it's not stereo amp; it's stereo flanger! Just get a Boss adapter and it should work fine.
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