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    Monoprice Flanger Mini Pedal
    Product # 611604
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    Working Modes 2 (Normal, Filter)
    Input 1/4" monaural TS jack (impedance: 1 megohm)
    Input Impedance 1 megohm
    Output 1/4" monaural TS jack (impedance: 510 ohms)
    Output Impedance 510 ohms
    Power Requirement 9 VDC AC adapter (tip/center negative plug)
    Current Draw 10mA
    Dimensions (WDH) 1.8" x 3.7" x 2.0" (46 x 94 x 50 mm)

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    4.4 / 5.0
    29 Reviews
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    Awesome. Buy This Now.
    It's $36 bucks. What? It's $36 bucks. Just buy it. How poor can you be? You're on the fence about a $36 Flanger? Sell your guitar and go get a job. This thing has a new home in my rig. And when I hit it, it goes "WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOO" if I have the color cranked. Or, I can dial it back to some smooth Zappa tones. I, too, can whip Steve Vai's butt...as long as I finger this Flanger in a sweet spot.

    To summarize: just buy it, you not-$36-dollar-spending Leroy!

    PROS: Okay, so the first pro 1:: $36 dollars, Jockey Shorts, if I may call you Jockey Shorts. I pay way more than that to take the old lady out to dinner and a movie, even if I take her to the Super Cuca and the free outdoor movie night in the park. I'll get way more fun mileage out of a crappy pedal, even just to fart around with it for a weekend.

    2: The Monoprice flanger is a hurricane in a tsunami up the a** of god's a**. It can kill people in the future and the past. In the present, it can only convince them to learn new ways of thinking and being.

    3: It is built really well. This is not a joke part of the interview. It is built the like horn of a rhinoceros.

    4: It looks a little bit like a bumble bee. Wait. You know what? I hate that about it. It should be black. That's going in the next part.

    CONS: It looks a little bit like a bumble bee.
    October 15, 2014
    Nice little flanger
    The average price of pedals on my board is close to $300 each and I'm very picky with my tone. But I saw this pedal on sale for $24 and figured why not? I was pleasantly surprised. Although this is not as versatile as many of the more expensive flangers, I was able to find two or three classic useful settings that I like. I'm not a flange fanatic but this is perfect for those times when you want to nail a flanger tone you are looking for.

    PROS: Small, inexpensive, good sound quality

    CONS: Filter portion not very usable.
    September 18, 2015
    Great Bang for the Buck
    Very smooth sound, good range on the Rate knob. The Range and Color knobs should go lower. I like the shimmery sound you hear on Cream's "Badge." To get that, the Color and Range knobs have to be all the the way down and the Rate knob set between 3:00 and 4:00. The Color knob breaks into oscillation above 3:00. Some people my have a use for that, I don't. At some point, I'll probably open it up and make modifications. Overall, a nice little pedal, especially if you can get it on sale for twenty bucks like I did. Don't forget to buy a 9V power supply.
    April 1, 2017
    1 year ago
    Solid clone of the Classic Electro Harmonix Electric Mistress
    Being a huge Pink Floyd and Andy Summers fan, I had always wanted an Electric Mistress but had always passed on it based on the pedals size (I already had a Deluxe memory man on the board). I had started reading reviews of other micro pedals that cloned the EM, which got me to stumble onto the monoprice pedals. Seeing the size and the price it was a no brainer to pick up.

    If you are looking for David's Live Animal's and Wall era sound you will not be disappointed. I havent played with the more chorus like settings yet, but they are in there I am sure.

    I own an 80's Boss flanger, and a RI MXR flanger, and have played many others over the years, EM included, and would recommend this one just as readily as any of those. It is hard to go wrong with this one.

    PROS: compact pedal size, fantastic value, feels solid and well built, bright LED.

    CONS: none that I have found.
    June 24, 2015
    I can recommend this pedal.
    A solid true bypass flanger pedal for less that the cost of lunch for two at chipotle. Tiny pedal uses very little real estate on my board. So far very happy.
    May 7, 2017
    1 year ago
    Solid at much higher price, amazing at this price
    So if you just want an inexpensive flanger for a couple of cover songs, this is an obvious choice. It doesn't take up much room on the board, it has a decent amount of variability, and most importantly, it sounds good.

    However I've been really impressed with it overall. The construction is solid, and I've enjoyed playing with some of the more extreme features. In addition to the pretty obvious rate knob there is a very useful range control that gives a useful control of the depth. Then a color knob that allows you to adjust the wet/dry balance. So you can really choose a very light flange that will color your sound without being overwhelming, or take on some major jet plane swoosh.

    The more extreme features are the filter switch, allowing you to lock in one spot of the range. I haven't found a ton of use for it yet, but if you enjoy more experimental guitar, there are some cool sounds there. Additionally if you turn the color knob past about 4 o'clock the thing kicks into producing it's own tone. If you then send that into other stuff (like a chorus or echo) you can do some pretty cool synth stuff. Very fun and useful pedal.
    April 19, 2018
    5 months ago
    Sounds Great!
    I first tried this Flanger pedal at the NAMM show. It sounded so great I bought one. It's now a permanent part of my pedal board.
    February 17, 2017
    1 year ago
    Big bang for the buck!
    I figured, why not? I was shopping MXR and all the other big name pedal producers. This one sounds as good if not better than those! I just saved myself 50 bucks, and pedal board space!
    October 13, 2017
    11 months ago
    Great pedal. Great value.
    Nice pedal. Definitely seems to be of the same ilk as the electric mistress and its spinoffs like elec ladyland. If you want that Floyd or Police tone, this will certainly get you there.
    September 19, 2017
    12 months ago
    Same as the other brands such a Don^er and M@@er at 1/2 half the price. Good Flanger tone.
    September 2, 2017
    11 months ago

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