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Flanging is one of the most classic modulation effects, discovered by accident and clutivated by some of the best guitarists in rock history. The TC Electronic Vortex flange takes this breathtaking effect to a whole new dimension. Speed, depth, feedback and delay-time controls take you though a wide range of flanging, from mild to jet engine extremes. The Vortex's feedback control is particularly unique, in that it allows you to dial in both positive and negative feedback, for totally different tone styles. A toggle switch also lets you select from modern flanging to classic tape-style warble. But there's even more to the Vortex flanger. In the center position, the toggle switch lets you access one of TC's TonePrint flanger styles, which you can download to your Vortex via USB. These alternate flanger styles include several presets made by some of today's hottest guitarists.
An endless list of immortal artists have used a flange effect to create magic. From The Beatles to Pink Floyd to Van Halen, Metallica and the Red Hot Chili Peppers - now, with Vortex Flanger all those sounds are yours for the rocking.
The two modes in Vortex Flanger are a classic pedal flanger capable of giving you everything from suble chorus tones to classic Van Halen jet flanger swoosh and tape mode which gives you the psychedelic sound of the original flange tones of Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin. And it does fantastic 'through zero' sounds too!
Vortex takes the great pioneers of the 60s and 70s flange and adds a set of deep controls, allowing you to sculpt and time your flange sounds with great precision. Essential for quickly dialing through the rich history of flange pioneers such as Hendrix and Van Halen and sculpting your own twisted sounds.
Vortex Flanger has stereo ins- and outs, which is really cool for dual amp set-ups or a double combo attack where ultra-wide flange sounds are needed. Awesome, but not for the faint of heart!