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JOYO JF-06 Vintage Phase Guitar Effect Pedal
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- True bypass wiring, quality components
- Replicate sound of phaser guitar effect of the 70's and 80's
- Sound is beautiful and intricate, with harmonic nuances galore
- Simple design and pedal interface, comes with 9v battery
- Vintage phase pedal is a modern replica of the pedal
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JOYO vintage phase pedal is a modern replica of the pedal that made eddie van halen's sound. It features true bypass wiring, and only one simple control know, marked, speed- this controls the rate at which the phaser cycles its pulses. The thing can go from underwater to subtle beauty and depth in a matter of a 1/16 note.
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The single control does initially feel slightly limiting, and there is a definite sense that this isn't capable of being one of those mad-cap spacey phasers that are out there. However, the sweep of the effect does offer a fair amount of variation - although as I said in the title, this is a more subtle effect. I think that describing it as a "Classic 70's phaser" is a little generous - it doesn't match up to an old Ibanez I used to have access to - but it is worth spending some time with this pedal, as it has definite musical potential.
My band veer wildly between indie-pop and prog-rock, so it quickly became clear to me that a phaser was definitely needed. As far as I'm concerned, it has already earned its place on my 'board: there's a secton in one of our songs that was crying out for some phase. It didn't take me long to find the right level, and when I played it, the singer just looked at me with a mad grin on his face. I use a range of effects, none of them particularly expensive, and each one has a purpose. I get the feeling that as we write more songs, this pedal will get used more, but the £30-ish I paid is already worth it, just for that one song.
As with the Tremolo pedal, the chicken-head control moves easily but not too freely; the footswitch doesn't go "clang" when you activate it, but it has an ambivalent attitude towards my current power brick and chews batteries for breakfast. I love the colour (all things orange are by their nature cool), but again the graphic seems pointless and has nothing to do with what the pedal does. However, that's a very minor complaint. It says it is True Bypass: I can't prove or disprove that as I have so many pedals in my rig that some signal degradation is inevitable. That said, when I play my guitar clean, with all the effects off (it does happen occasionally!), I don't notice any colouring to the sound - and seeing as I'm also a sound engineer, my ears should be able to pick that sort of thing up...
In summary, if you want an outrageous space-effect phaser, look elsewhere (I'd suggest Electro-Harmonix, Ibanez, or MXR pedals, which cost a shedload more): if you want someting that is capable of being more subtle and musical, but balk at the price of most phasers (why are they generally so expensive?), then this might just be what you've been looking for.
It Phases nicely enough, but the compression was way over the top. Good for heavy rock and metal though (which I don't play much of).
Solid as a rock though. The other Joyo pedals I've tried have all been excellent.
I have returned it and will be looking at EXH and MXR alternatives now.
UPDATE: I bought the Mooer Ninety Orange and it's way better than the Joyo. You can switch between vintage and modern modes (clones of both MXR 90s)
My issue with the pedal is its lack of effect. It is very, very subtle. Almost bordering on a weak tremolo pedal. This may well be the intended sound for this little box but its not for me. I guess thats what happens if you buy without trying the effect.
I also have the joyo overdrive (fulltone clone). That thing is fantastic! Generally for the money these Joyo pedals are no a brainer. Great little things.
All in all I have nothing but praise for the company but the sound of this effect is not for me.
So,deep Joyo,the hideously coloured orange pastel vintage phaser,with the 'n' letter in 'vintage ' back to front in the logo,is everything I'd hoped for .The phase is well balanced at any speed and doesn't overwhelm the guitar signal.It has a seventies vibe in a almost vocal tone,which is featured in a YouTube clip where the guitarist plays the simple phased intro from Lou Reed Rock n Roll animal,which must have featured a script logo MXR,I guess.
Sadly,the knob fell off when I took it out of the box but a dab of superglue sorted that.The casing,jack inputs,mains connection and speed knob taper are all top quality and there's even a battery included for 28 quid in total!
The sticker on the side of the box proclaims that you will love this if you are a fan of van HELEN!?.....don't know who she is but this phaser is something special.
Oh yes,it is amazingly quiet,even with added filth.Deep Joyo!,
Hope they make a vibe pedal soon.
My hero,Paul Kossoff used a phaser on occasions and this magic box brings the Koss tone a bit closer.
Buy this pedal, it's SWWWISSSH!
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