We Love These Best Analog Flanger Pedal Options

When you are looking for a great flanger effect, I like to recommend analog or at least something that sounds as analog as possible. We took a look at a bunch of different pedals and came up with these awesome analog flangers available. Take a look!

1. Tomsline ATR-3 Twister Analog Flanger Pedal

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The Tomsline ATR-3 Twister is an analog flanger pedal with two different sound modes of “freeze” and “normal.” It has a good range of speed control and is easy to transport to multiple gigs. The Twister is a quite responsive and dynamic pedal that can be used for a variety of genres, such as hard rock, blues, and many others.

Compared to some other guitar pedals, the Tomsline ATR-3 Twister offers more effective solutions to different guitar sounds. One of its best features is its overdrive function, which has a low-to-medium kick that adds extra power to lead guitar parts. It also has just the right trace of grit that enhances any power chord. The pedal comes with a good number of overdrive settings that easily adjust with just a turn of the dial.

Along with the gritty tone of some overdrive settings, the Twister is versatile enough to give a clean sound to any style of music. It has a rhythm guitar channel that’s exceptionally dynamic and responsive. The pedal’s gain setting has a wider range than some comparable guitar pedals, and its reverb setting also has a clean, pleasing sound when used in the right songs. Its delay channel is responsive, and this is especially helpful when jamming or writing original songs. The Twister is reasonably priced and available from several different online sellers. Some music stores selling a lot of electric guitar supplies also carry the Twister, and it’s recommended to give it a try.

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2. Mooer Eleclady Classic Analog Flanger

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I have been using pedals manufactured by Mooer for quite some time, and I can say they have earned their spot in the mainstream market. Though it is well-known that Mooer pedals are clones of classic circuits, the truth remains that justice has been done to them making the pedals worth checking out and trying. I recently tried the Mooer Eleclady, Classic Analog Flanger and here is what I can say about it.

The Mooer Eleclady is designed on a similar design to that of a classic Electro-Harmonix. This pedal has been well-designed and looks great aesthetically. It has a toggle to switch between filter and flanger matrix modes, a standard control for Rate, as well as mini pots for Color and Range. This pedal runs off a Boss-style 9V adapter, has a true bypass switch, and a status LED.

When talking about the best sounding Mooer modulation effects, I would say the Eleclady takes the title. This pedal produces a warm chorus effect at moderate settings and a metallic flanging effect with the Color and Rate settings. I noticed that the Eleclady is not best suited for pairing with a distorted signal. Therefore, it is best that you pair it with a clean signal for the best sound. However, this does not mean that you should avoid distorted signals altogether. When paired well with a dirty tone, this pedal can produce jet flanging effects as well as some nice swooshes.

This pedal is also packed with other awesome features that you would find in the Electric Mistress. Therefore, because of its great quality of sound and thoughtful design, I would highly recommend the Mooer Eleclady, Classic Analog Flanger to you.

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3. Maxon 9-Series Analog Flanger

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Maxon is a brand known for producing some of the finest pedals available today. I have been fortunate enough to try most of them and I can say that they are pedals to adore. Among their finest pedals are the nine series. I recently used the Maxon 9-Series Analog Flanger and here is my review.

The Maxon 9-Series Flanger features a well-built analog circuit and produces less noise, something that results in better dynamics, higher resolution, greater transparency, and more detail. This pedal also has a hardwire bypass that is designed to preserve the unaffected signal’s integrity. Its overall quality is good also. The 9-Series Flanger pedal has a 9-volt DC input that works with Boss-type adaptors, a hearty die-cast zinc case, ultra-bright LED that dims when battery replacement is needed, and smooth pots. Replacing the battery is also easy as the battery compartment has been designed to snap open and shut without the need of using tools.

The controls of this pedal are symmetrically placed. This makes them easy to access. These controls are Delay Time, Width, Regeneration, and Speed. I used this pedal with a variety of rigs. Some of these rigs were clean while others distorted and I can say I loved how the Maxon Flanger fared on. The quality of the tone produced was good, something you could only expect with high-dollar flangers. The Maxon 9-Series produced perfectly defined and unaltered sound without the faint, telltale ticking heard on other flangers.

Truth be told, I have tried a number of flangers, and none impressed me the way the Maxon 9-Series Analog Flanger did. Therefore, I would highly recommend it to any guitar player.

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When you are looking for a great flanger effect, I like to recommend analog or at least something that sounds as analog as possible. We took a look at a bunch of different pedals and came up with these awesome analog flangers available. Take a look!

1. Tomsline ATR-3 Twister Analog Flanger Pedal

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The Tomsline ATR-3 Twister is an analog flanger pedal with two different sound modes of “freeze” and “normal.” It has a good range of speed control and is easy to transport to multiple gigs. The Twister is a quite responsive and dynamic pedal that can be used for a variety of genres, such as hard rock, blues, and many others.

Compared to some other guitar pedals, the Tomsline ATR-3 Twister offers more effective solutions to different guitar sounds. One of its best features is its overdrive function, which has a low-to-medium kick that adds extra power to lead guitar parts. It also has just the right trace of grit that enhances any power chord. The pedal comes with a good number of overdrive settings that easily adjust with just a turn of the dial.

Along with the gritty tone of some overdrive settings, the Twister is versatile enough to give a clean sound to any style of music. It has a rhythm guitar channel that’s exceptionally dynamic and responsive. The pedal’s gain setting has a wider range than some comparable guitar pedals, and its reverb setting also has a clean, pleasing sound when used in the right songs. Its delay channel is responsive, and this is especially helpful when jamming or writing original songs. The Twister is reasonably priced and available from several different online sellers. Some music stores selling a lot of electric guitar supplies also carry the Twister, and it’s recommended to give it a try.

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2. Mooer Eleclady Classic Analog Flanger

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I have been using pedals manufactured by Mooer for quite some time, and I can say they have earned their spot in the mainstream market. Though it is well-known that Mooer pedals are clones of classic circuits, the truth remains that justice has been done to them making the pedals worth checking out and trying. I recently tried the Mooer Eleclady, Classic Analog Flanger and here is what I can say about it.

The Mooer Eleclady is designed on a similar design to that of a classic Electro-Harmonix. This pedal has been well-designed and looks great aesthetically. It has a toggle to switch between filter and flanger matrix modes, a standard control for Rate, as well as mini pots for Color and Range. This pedal runs off a Boss-style 9V adapter, has a true bypass switch, and a status LED.

When talking about the best sounding Mooer modulation effects, I would say the Eleclady takes the title. This pedal produces a warm chorus effect at moderate settings and a metallic flanging effect with the Color and Rate settings. I noticed that the Eleclady is not best suited for pairing with a distorted signal. Therefore, it is best that you pair it with a clean signal for the best sound. However, this does not mean that you should avoid distorted signals altogether. When paired well with a dirty tone, this pedal can produce jet flanging effects as well as some nice swooshes.

This pedal is also packed with other awesome features that you would find in the Electric Mistress. Therefore, because of its great quality of sound and thoughtful design, I would highly recommend the Mooer Eleclady, Classic Analog Flanger to you.

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3. Maxon 9-Series Analog Flanger

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Maxon is a brand known for producing some of the finest pedals available today. I have been fortunate enough to try most of them and I can say that they are pedals to adore. Among their finest pedals are the nine series. I recently used the Maxon 9-Series Analog Flanger and here is my review.

The Maxon 9-Series Flanger features a well-built analog circuit and produces less noise, something that results in better dynamics, higher resolution, greater transparency, and more detail. This pedal also has a hardwire bypass that is designed to preserve the unaffected signal’s integrity. Its overall quality is good also. The 9-Series Flanger pedal has a 9-volt DC input that works with Boss-type adaptors, a hearty die-cast zinc case, ultra-bright LED that dims when battery replacement is needed, and smooth pots. Replacing the battery is also easy as the battery compartment has been designed to snap open and shut without the need of using tools.

The controls of this pedal are symmetrically placed. This makes them easy to access. These controls are Delay Time, Width, Regeneration, and Speed. I used this pedal with a variety of rigs. Some of these rigs were clean while others distorted and I can say I loved how the Maxon Flanger fared on. The quality of the tone produced was good, something you could only expect with high-dollar flangers. The Maxon 9-Series produced perfectly defined and unaltered sound without the faint, telltale ticking heard on other flangers.

Truth be told, I have tried a number of flangers, and none impressed me the way the Maxon 9-Series Analog Flanger did. Therefore, I would highly recommend it to any guitar player.

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4. Hotone SFL-1 Lush Analog Flanger

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When you’ve done your time in the music circles then you should be familiar with the flanger effect. Digitally it is easily achieved at the turn of a knob, but back in the day when it was first conceived, one had to manually vary the speed of audio to produce such a resonating effect. The Hotone SFL-1 Lush Analog Flanger is a modern modulation pedal that allows you to generate the right amount distortion without having to resort to studio presets that limit your creativity.

If it is recreating the rich and natural flanger studio effect that you seek, then this is the device for you. With the ‘add-on’ on board controls you will find yourself entering a whole new world where sound knows no borders. The DIVE button, for example, helps you to tap into negative feedback flanging, which at the same time explores different variations of surround sound as there is an underwater sound configuration as well.

During my exploratory years as a fledgling Hip Hop producer i never used to understand what depth meant, until someone tweaked a button and all of a sudden my world seemed to roll over on it’s back and capitulate to defeat. Depth matters the most when it comes to certain sounds, like bass and delay, and as i would learn the hard way, with the flanger as well.

Other features to look out for include the True Bypass Footswitch and the Main light-up knob that adjusts overall chorus effect level.

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4. Hotone SFL-1 Lush Analog Flanger

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When you’ve done your time in the music circles then you should be familiar with the flanger effect. Digitally it is easily achieved at the turn of a knob, but back in the day when it was first conceived, one had to manually vary the speed of audio to produce such a resonating effect. The Hotone SFL-1 Lush Analog Flanger is a modern modulation pedal that allows you to generate the right amount distortion without having to resort to studio presets that limit your creativity.

If it is recreating the rich and natural flanger studio effect that you seek, then this is the device for you. With the ‘add-on’ on board controls you will find yourself entering a whole new world where sound knows no borders. The DIVE button, for example, helps you to tap into negative feedback flanging, which at the same time explores different variations of surround sound as there is an underwater sound configuration as well.

During my exploratory years as a fledgling Hip Hop producer i never used to understand what depth meant, until someone tweaked a button and all of a sudden my world seemed to roll over on it’s back and capitulate to defeat. Depth matters the most when it comes to certain sounds, like bass and delay, and as i would learn the hard way, with the flanger as well.

Other features to look out for include the True Bypass Footswitch and the Main light-up knob that adjusts overall chorus effect level.

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