Mojo Hand FX has debuted its new Mister-O Phase Shifter pedal.
Modeled after the beloved Maestro phasers of the early '70s – and their half-dozen phase stages – the Mister-O features a simple, three-knob layout, with controls for speed, color, and depth.
Setting the knobs simply at noon produces a Leslie-esque swirl, while moving the depth knob clockwise gets you more "subtle or chewy" tones.
Turning the color knob clockwise, meanwhile, will give the user sharper peaks, while the speed knob, of course, controls the rate of the effect.
The Mojo Hand FX Mister-O Phase Shifter pedal is available now for $149.
For more info on the pedal, stop by mojohandfx.com.
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