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Author Topic: "Pedal-board friendly" ADA FLANGER anyone?  (Read 26915 times)

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Re: "Pedal-board friendly" ADA FLANGER anyone?
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The PBF Flanger is available for pre-order on the ADA Online Store.

 http://adaamps.com/store/products/modulation.html
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Re: New PBF ADA Flanger
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Great price!

Ordered!
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Re: "Pedal-board friendly" ADA FLANGER anyone?
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Hey GB what's the price ?
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GuitarBuilder

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Re: "Pedal-board friendly" ADA FLANGER anyone?
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$179.95
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Re: "Pedal-board friendly" ADA FLANGER anyone?
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Hey GB

I think we all expect a review after you get it  ;)
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Re: "Pedal-board friendly" ADA FLANGER anyone?
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OK!  I wish I had an original Flanger to compare it to..... :banana:
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Re: "Pedal-board friendly" ADA FLANGER anyone?
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Well i have one,so you're always welcome to compare it to mine at my place  ;D
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Re: "Pedal-board friendly" ADA FLANGER anyone?
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Well i have one,so you're always welcome to compare it to mine at my place  ;D

As long as you have plenty of that awesome Belgian beer around!  :banana-rasta: :banana-rasta:
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No problem about the beer!!!
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Re: "Pedal-board friendly" ADA FLANGER anyone?
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Just found out mine is shipping in the next few days!   :banana: :banana-dance: :banana-rock:

I will report out after I get it.
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Re: "Pedal-board friendly" ADA FLANGER anyone?
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Can't wait to hear the review !
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Re: "Pedal-board friendly" ADA FLANGER anyone?
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Mmnn.. I find the use of large fonts a Bit to the Über side of things..

Anyways, whatever you do [ADA Amps], do add some simple MIDI controls to your pedals.
Or at least some jacks for outside means of control (like my old-school Sholtz Octopussy).

I see loads of cool pedals in the market, each doing something interesting enough that I might want it - but how to integrate it into an otherwise programmable 19" rig?
Yes, I know about programmable loopers/routers, but those will be yet another thingy to enlarge the rig; all pretty annoying, when all I need is being able to switch the pedal on/off, change between a few modes of operation, change level, speed and intensity..
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Re: "Pedal-board friendly" ADA FLANGER anyone?
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Hey guys, check out these PBF Flanger demos!

PBF Flanger by ADA
Episode 1 - Tremolo
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=CUPCUafeJIk


PBF Flanger by ADA
Episode 2 - Chorus Comparison
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ymWeFglpmWs
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Re: "Pedal-board friendly" ADA FLANGER anyone?
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Sounds great  :thumb-up:, just one small thing,too bad the in/out are on top and not on the side like other pedals.
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Re: "Pedal-board friendly" ADA FLANGER anyone?
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I still have and use my original Flanger pedal from 1978, even though I own a room full of ADA Rack processors that can produce the Flanging effect. The pedal is the quietest Flanger I have ever used and the biggest issue I've ever had with it was this: I wouldn't know if the effect was on until I played my guitar!
My only suggestion for the new pedal, if it's just as quiet, would be to add an LED indicator for the pedal status.

I still consider the old Flanger pedal to be the best one ever made! :thumb-up:

Harley 8)
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