DOD Phasor 201
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Overview

The DOD Phasor 201 recreates the vintage analog phase sound of its predecessor, also called the 201 but housed in a yellow chassis rather than blue. The new Phasor 201, however, comes with a variety of modern updates, such as a super lightweight body and modern 9v power supply input. But don't worry, the new DOD Phasor 201 still sports only one knob to dial in your depth and speed with supreme ease. The DOD Phasor 201 Reissue is a subtle, modern update to that original analog phaser sound.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Phasor 201 Analog Phase Shifter Reissue
Finish
  • Blue
Year
  • 2010s
Made In
  • United States
Categories

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Reviews for the DOD Phasor 201
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  • Nice phaser sounds but.........................

    Verified Purchase

    I like the way the DOD Phasor 201 sounds. It has a pleasant phased sound that is rich but not over stated. Unfortunately, I can't use it in my pedalboard. There's a noticeable drop in volume and high end when engaged. I want my pedals to be as transparent as possible. What I mean by that is that …

  • Good 2 stage phaser!

    Good sounding phaser overall. 2 stage. Subtle and useful to add a little vibe to your clean chords. - : I noticed a volume drop when I activate it. Nothing dramatic, but It would be better without that drop.

  • underrated!

    Verified Purchase

    This is a real gem of an effect simple subtle and sweet! I've always preferred simple pedals, amps, and guitars they just seem to sound better and of course way easier to dial in. Do not hesitate grab one while their cheap.

  • Amazing!

    Just because its cheap doesn't mean it should be overlooked. This is my favorite phasor that I have ever heard!

  • Phavorite so far

    Verified Purchase

    Retired the Small Stone for this because its more subtle. Was seeking the Pink Floyd 'Breath' sound and this is perfect for that. Covers most phase sounds without the extreme peaks and valleys that cause harshness and low end mud. Also am a fanboy of the classic DOD look.