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Discussion in 'Effects Pedals, Strings and more' started by MarkM, Jan 27, 2020.

  1. MarkM

    MarkM Gold Member

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    I just traded two big boxes of GP magazines of this DOD FX200 Phazer.

    Old school and it will fit right in with the recast of my old pedals. I google boxed it and All I could find was a YouTube of some dude using it that should tune his guitar!
     
  2. zontar

    zontar

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    Cool, I hear a lot of people trashing most DOD pedals--but I like some of them, such as my FX53 Classic Tube (Distortion).
    So if you like it & it delivers what you want forma Phaser (& it only cost you one magazines you likely don't read anymore)--cool.

    Enjoy!
     
  3. mhammer

    mhammer

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    I have one of those. The two outputs are dry-plus-wet and dry-minus-wet. You'll find that turning up the Regen has a pleasing impact on the one output, and does diddley-squat for the other. As well, unless run to two amps of different tonal characters and spread widely apart, running both outputs simultaneously cancels out the effect in air. Just the nature of the beast, and not a weakness of the design of this particular pedal.
     
  4. MarkM

    MarkM Gold Member

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    What time frame was this built?
     
  5. mhammer

    mhammer

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    This site - https://serial-number-decoder.co.uk/dod-pedals/dod-pedals.htm - says 1998-2000. And I misremembered. The pedal I have is an FX20B, not 20C. The 20B is a six-stage phaser while the 20C is a 4-stager. To some, six stages sounds a little "chewier" than 4. But the modulation aspect (i.e., sweep) and dual outputs work exactly the same in both models.
     
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