Mattoverse Just a Phase

With an all analog signal path, 8 digitally controlled waveforms, and on-board tap-tempo, the new Just A Phase phaser from Mattoverse Electronics is more than just another phaser.


While the smooth sine and sweep waveform options cover all of your favorite classic phaser sounds, the harder edged square and ramp waveforms delve into harmonic-tremolo territory and the random square and slopes waveform options cap off an eclectic collection of unique phaser tones.

This pleasing panoply of fabulous phaser sounds is captured in a compact pedalboard friendly pedal with top mounted jacks and a simple and intuitive 3 knob control layout (character/depth, rate, and waveform).

Introducing - Just A Phase - The Analog Phaser from Mattoverse Electronics

Just A Phase starts at a $189 Street Price and is available in limited quantities directly from Mattoverse Electronics at https://mattoverse.com and through select dealers soon.

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