DFL (Digital Flanger)

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“Soundwise, this shimmering flanger has that grating
tinge of metallic coldness that suits itself well to dark industrial
music or bands who dole out noise in massive amounts. There is nothing
soft and squishy about the sounds found here. It’s ultra-crisp and clear
with a sinister bite that sounds absolutely amazing when paired with a
wall of crunchy Marshalls.”

“Aside from all the typical flanger controls,
the DFL adds a selectable mode switch to add some sort of a
pre-delay which increases the width of the flanger. An usefull
addition for squeezing even more demented tones from this puke green
beast.”

“This
somewhat rare pedal from Ibanez is from the mid 1980s.  This pedal is
extremely versatile and is simply one of the best flangers to use with
distortion and/or overdrive. It does not drop the volume of your
instrument when engaged like some of the newer flangers.”

“The Ibanez DFL
is the first flanger to use digital processing. The exclusive IDPC
(Ibanez Digital Processing Conversion) system permits wideband,
brighter flanging effects previously available only with rackmount
digital processors. The DFL also features an extra wide 8:1 sweep ratio
for deeper, wide-ranging flanging effects.”

“The DELAY MODE switch
selects one of three delay ranges while the DELAY TIME control adjusts
the delay within each range. As a result, the flanging action is
tunable over a wide range of intriguing flange sounds.”

“The DFL also features an extra wide 8:1 sweep ratio for deeper, wide-ranging flanging effects.”

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