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All-Pedal Unveils the Microdose Phaser

All-Pedal Unveils the Microdose Phaser

A new phaser offering a plethora of options, in collaboration with Spaceman Effects.

This collaboration, inspired by the previously discontinued Spaceman Effects Explorer Deluxe, presents a plethora of phasing options and more. The Microdose Phaser is crafted for guitarists with a penchant for rich "phase" effects.


  • Knobs: Warp, Depth, Res, Level, Rate, Blend
  • Phasing Options: 2, 4, 8 Stage Phasing
  • Waveforms: 16 distinct modulation shapes
  • Multipliers: .5, 1, 1.5, 2, 3, 4
  • Additional Features: Tap Tempo, EXP Input, True Bypass on/off switch, and 9-volt operation with standard DC input.

The All-Pedal Microdose Is a Feature-Filled Phaser | Tone Report Demo

Available at a competitive price of $325.00, the Microdose pedal can be procured directly from the All-Pedal online store:

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