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Strymon Orbit dBucket Flanger Pedal
N Stuff Price$299.00
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BOSS BF-3 Flanger Pedal
N Stuff Price$159.99
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Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Electric Mistress Analog Flanger Pedal
N Stuff Price$153.30
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Ibanez FL Mini Flanger Pedal
N Stuff Price$119.99
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Electro-Harmonix Bass Mono Synth Bass Synthesizer Pedal
N Stuff Price$131.00
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MXR EVH117 Van Halen Flanger Pedal
N Stuff Price$189.99
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MXR M152 Micro Flanger Pedal
N Stuff Price$89.99
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TC Electronic Vortex Mini Flanger Pedal
N Stuff Price$99.99
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Are you in the market for a quality flanger pedal so you can get that iconic 80's rock sound? You're in luck, because here at N Stuff Music we have flanger pedals of a great variety. A flanger is the best way to achieve that iconic 80s rock guitar sound whether it is Eddie Van Halen, Randy Rhoads, or any of your favorite classic rock/metal guitarists.

The flanger creates a really interesting sort of sweeping sound by fluctuating between high and low frequencies. This is done by slightly delaying the sound in a way that some of the high and low frequencies will phase cancel and thus you gain that sort of sweeping sound, similar to the way a phaser and chorus work.

Flanger doesn't only create that 80's chunky guitar sound though. Adjust the depth and rate of your flanger pedal and it almost becomes a chorus pedal but with a few twists. Flanger will have more of an effect on the movement of the sound and thus you can achieve some of the most beautiful and swirly warm cleans. Use this tone over chords with a clean sound and you might never want to turn your flanger off. Depending on the sweep of the pedal setting you can get a sort of half-cocked wah pedal sound from a flanger which will really get that hardcore character of heavy riffs.

One of the best things about a flanger is its versatility. No pedal can sound like other effects as well as a flanger. A flanger has the ability to sound like a chorus, vibrato, and phaser all depending on how the settings are place on the pedal. Though the flanger is most typically used in rock and metal styles due to its capacity to have that jet-like sweeping sound.

Any type of "speed" or "rate" knob on a flanger pedal will tailor the speed of the pedal's sweep. For metal you would probably want the speed to be medium to fast but would want to set the pedal so that the sweep is very wide so you can get that wide-range sweeping sound. To achieve a chorus or phaser sound with a flanger pedal you would set the speed to be low and the sweep to be minimal so it carries that vibrato quality of a chorus pedal.

Contact N Stuff Music today for all of your flanger effect pedal needs. We are happy to have you come into our store's location and try out all or any of the flanger pedals we currently have in our inventory. If you do not live in driving distance feel free to chat with us online or email us and we will gladly point you in the right direction.