For the current pedal give-away (Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Boy), the entry question was what was your first pedal and if you still have it. Entries are showing some interesting responses. For me, it was a DOD FX75 Stereo Flanger (related to my desire to be Robert Smith circa 1989). And yes, I still have it.
So today, I thought it would be cool to post a flanger, and I found an interesting one. Today I want to talk about the Ibanez Paul Gilbert Airplane Flanger. Interesting item of this pedal.. Taxi/Take Off flange with pitch shifting.
Here is the official description:
Paul Gilbert’s AF2 Signature Flanger boasts two sections: one is a traditional chorus flange, while the other is the “taxi/take-off” effect (hence the Airplane moniker.) In this mode, you get Gilbert’s own crazy sound that includes shifting the pitch up and down. Controls for delay time, speed, modulation depth, and feedback let you create all sorts of cool flange effects. Includes 9V adapter.
Ibanez AF2 Paul Gilbert Signature Airplane Flanger Guitar Effects Pedal Features:
* Traditional chorus flange
* “Taxi/Take Off” flange with pitch shifting
* Cool retro look
* Rugged diecast case
I found a video by gearmanndude (he breaks the switch, but I think that was a crazy fluke happening) Maybe it was too much snake skin boot contact.. who knows.
You can pick up the Ibanez AF2 Paul Gilbert Signature Airplane Flanger for $149.99 at Musician’s Friend.
Remember, if you like reading about these pedals and seeing videos reviews from others, please subscribe to the RSS feed and get notified via email when there are new postings!