Stompboxtober Day 31: Supro Flanger

Enter here for your chance to WIN a Supro Flanger! Giveaway Ends November 1, 2021.


The Supro Flanger is an all-analog, full-stereo modulation stompbox that uses a quartet of genuine MN3009 Bucket Brigade IC chips to create the ultimate Flanger experiece in pedal form. In addition to Speed and Depth knobs, the Supro Flanger features a Time control that increases the delay time on one side of the stereo field while shortening the delay time on the other side. A Feedback knob lets you increase the resonance of the effect right up to the edge of oscillation while the Dimension switch crossfeeds the two channels into one another for a mind-blowing, double flanger effect, even when used in mono. A Dry Kill switch removes the clean pass-through signal to achieve pure pitch modulation on its own or for use in complex pedal rigs with parallel routing. Runs on standard 9VDC.
How to Reamp Your Guitar | Recording Dojo

This well-established, simple technique opens up a new world of sonic possibilities.

[Originally published February 14, 2022]
Welcome to another Dojo! This time I’m going to show you how to reamp your guitar and explore some creative ways you can re-amps other tracks as well (soft synths, vocals, drums, etc.). In my earlier column “Why Guitarists Shouldn’t Diss DIs,” I mentioned the benefits of using a DI for creative recording. If you have a DI box, dust it off! You’ll need it when I show you how to get more out of your DI-recorded guitar and bass tracks by reamping them into your pedals and amps to capture new perspectives and even add some new reverberant spaces. Tighten up your belts, the Dojo is now open.

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Need an affordable distortion pedal? Look no further.

We live in the golden age of boutique pedals that are loaded with advanced features—many of which were nearly unthinkable a decade or so ago. But there’s something that will always be valuable about a rock-solid dirt box that won’t break your wallet. Here’s a collection of old classics and newly designed stomps that cost less than an average concert ticket.

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