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Phaser Pedal Example

 

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Modulation Effects: Cycle and Sweep

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In this lesson we'll break down and play through an example that uses the classic phaser sound in a rock context. Again, we'll combine the phaser sound with some overdrive, but the phaser also sounds great when applied to a clean guitar tone.

I hope you've gotten a good understanding of this group of effects and how they can be used in a rock context. There are many different types of modulation effects, and they all have different features and options. But if you're familiar with the basic controls we've used today, you can have fun exploring any bonus features that a pedal may have on your own.

And don't forget that even if you buy a pedal and have no idea how the different controls work, you can still get cool sounds out of it by simply experimenting! Have fun with all this, and I'll see you in the next video.
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