[USED] Jam Pedals Ripple Two-Stage Phaser
Cosmetics Condition: 9/10 (no dents or damage to pedal and no visible scratches or buffs
Functionality: 10/10 working perfectly
Original Box:: Yes, original box with original case candies
This is a consignment piece, but in stock and ready to ship from our shop.
The CAMOFLANGE Flanger was designed as a collaboration with DAN COGGINS (Former LOVETONE Pedal designer) as his second modulation pedal design since his Lovetone pedal
JAM Pedals Ripple Two-Stage Phaser.... Introducing the Ripple Phaser by JAM Pedals. This is an analog 2-stage phaser that aims to resurrect of the lush sound of the 70's and 80's. The subtle sweep is transparent and almost vibe-like giving you a perfect platform for swirling or shuddering movement. Every JAM pedal is hand-made and hand-painted in Athens, Greece and are favorites with some of the top names in the business.
The pedal market offers a dizzying array of products, with enough offerings to make your head spin. Always on the lookout for products that truly standout, JAM pedals caught our eye at the 2018 NAMM show. Their artist roster is also incredible with some of our all-time favorites: John Scofield, Julian Lage, Bill Frisell, Nels Cline, Kirk Fletcher, Steve Lukathor, Greg Koch, Jim Campilongo, Andy Timmons and many more. Now let's get down to the the Ripple:
The phase effect is a form of modulation, created by splitting your signal into two paths and mixing an altered signal with evenly spaced notches in the frequency spectrum. The distinct peaks and valleys in the signal occur when certain frequencies in both signal paths cancel each other out, making the whooshing sound we know and love. The speed knob utilizes an LFO (low frequency oscillator) to control how fast you travel through the filter stages, allowing you glide or careen through sonic space. The inspiration for this circuit comes from the iconic MXR Phase 45 which was released in the mid 70's as the 4-stage Phase 90's little brother. With a single speed knob the Ripple is designed to kick up the level of transparency and show off a high headroom sweep (perfect for rhythmic playing). The result is a rich swirling effect reminiscent of an old school vibe that let's your natural signal take center stage.
Since its inception in the early 70's the sweet sound of phase shifting has been immortalized on electric guitar, bass, piano and even vocals. From Van Halen to Billy Joel, Bill Evans to Genesis the unique movement in this effect allows you to express yourself in an otherworldly manner. If you are looking for a new twist in your sound, be sure to check out the Ripple.