SF-10 (Swell Flanger)

Effect Information

“A flanger, such as the
Ibanez SF10, makes it’s effect by mixing dry and short delayed signals
together. These signals are mixed in a way that causes a moving group
of frequencies to drop out, forming a moving comb-filter.”

“The range in
which the comb-filter moves is controlled by the Width knob, where as
the rate at which it moves is controlled by the Speed knob. The Regen
knob controls the amount of feedback. Turning this CW intensifies the
effect.”

“When the delay time is shortened by turning the D-Time control
CCW, the overall effect becomes more metallic in sound.”


More information on this effect can be found here.

Archived past online sales data:

Effectsfreak legacy website (includes sales data 4/2008 - 4/2021)

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