The DOD Phasor 201 was the first DOD reissue to be resurrected back in 2013, and is a fantastic analog phaser. The reissues include true bypass switching to meet today’s needs for switching. The original Phasor used a LM348N quad OpAmp, but the re-issues use a pair of LF3533N dual OpAmps – which still keeps the tone very similar to the originals.
The Phasor is about warmth and clarity, and this thing nails it. With a single knob to control speed and depth, things couldn’t get much simpler.
Check out this fantastic demo by Brett Kingman:
So, today, I’m bringing this up, because it’s Musician’s Friend Stupid Deal of the Day! The DOD Phasor 201 Analog Phaser/Pitch Shifter lists for $150, and is usually available for $100, but is currently on sale (today only) for a great, great price of $49.95! That’s 50% off!!! And includes FREE shipping!
Those of you not familiar with Musician’s Friend Stupid Deal of the Day… they offer a single item for a great price. Might be a pedal, could be a guitar, etc. That deal lasts for 24 hours.. or until the units run out. If the unit runs out, they select a new item to replace it.
So if you’re interested in picking up a great sounding phaser, don’t miss out and jump on this now!