"...the DPhaser covers a lot of ground, but always sounds classy."
- Guitarists Magazine, UK
THE EBS DPHASER OFFERS THREE VERY DISTINCT AND DIFFERENT PHASER EFFECTS. SELECT EVERYTHING FROM CLASSICAL 70’S SOUNDS UP TO HYPER MODERN SWARLING PHASING EFFECTS. AMONG THE USERS OF THIS PEDAL ARE JAMAREO ARTIS (BRUNO MARS) & PETE GRIFFIN (ex-Zappa Plays Zappa, Dr. John etc)
From the 70's to the 21st Century! The DPhaser offers three different modes of stunning phaser effects. Short is the classic phaser effects recognized from the 70's, Longemphasize the effects a bit more, while Wide gives you extrem swirling flanger-like effects.
Hi, Lo and Off decides the resonance of the effect while the two controls change the width and rate.
Under the hood. In addition you can set a lot of parameters inside the box for fine tuning your sound. These controls include setting the centre frequency for the sweep controlled by the Width knob, adjusting the gain for the output signal to prevent signal loss, settings for bypass and types of effects (further explained in the manual).
Digital technique - analog sound. The pedal is built with the highest quality components and uses 24-bit digital processing circuitry for outstanding performance on stage and in the recording studio. While the pedal offer juicy analog sound, the use of digital technique makes it possible to fit in the compact format that the Black Label Pedals offer.
Nominal Input Level - 8 dBv
Input Impedance 700 kohms
Bypass Bandwidth +0 / -3 dB 20 - 20k Hz
Short (S) 4 or 6 stages
Long (L) 8 or 10 stages
Wide (W) 18 stages differential
LFO Range min / max 0.05-10 Hz
LFO Types Sine and Triangle
Low Frequency Bypass Optional < 130 Hz
Sampling Frequency 48 kHz
Dynamic Range Typ 100 db A-weighted
Dimensions (WxHxD) 70 x 115 x 35 mm / 2.8 x 4.5 x 1.4"
Weight 480g (1.07 lb.)
Bypass True Bypass
Power Requirements 9 V DC Regulated, 110 mA max*
* EBS Recommend the use of the EBS AD-9+ DC adapter.
The adapter can supply up to twenty pedals at the same time.
Demos & Samples
Explanation of settings for the samples above:
REVIEW from Guitarist Magazine, Issue 339
by Trevor Curven (tested with guitar)
"From classic seventies phase sounds reminiscent of the legendary orange MXR boxes, through deeper eight-stage phasing, to swooshing sounds verging on flanging courtesy of the wide settings 18-stage phasing with differential modulation, the DPhaser covers a lot of ground, but always sounds classy, Score: 4/5".
- Complete review can not be displayed due to publishing rights, but can be found in Guitarist, UK issue 339, 2011