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Boss BF-3 Flanger


$120.00 Released July, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Compact pedal for so many options. Provides a good variety of effects. Responds exactly as you would expect, very consistent.

The Boss BF-3 Flanger is a mid-cost guitar effects pedal. Boss promotes this pedal as an updated version of their classic flanger (as well as the more recent BF-2), with the thickest stereo flanging sounds they have ever produced.

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There are two new settings on this pedal (compared to previous models): Ultra and Gate/Pan. The Ultra setting creates an especially fat flange, and the Gate/Pan setting produces slicer-type effects. These settings create stereo flanging with a depth that feels like it is swirling around the listener. The Momentary mode of the BF-3 Flanger turns on the flanging instantly, a key feature for live shows. You can use this flanger for guitar or bass, and this pedal has independent guitar, bass and stereo inputs. The Boss BF-3 Flanger comes with a five year warranty.    

Features

  • Ultra, Gate/Pan settings
  • Momentary mode
  • Adjustable tap tempo
  • Guitar/Bass/Stereo inputs
  • Weight: 15 oz.
  • Dimensions: 2 7/8" x 5 1/8" x 2 3/8"
  • PSA Series AC adapter
  • 9V battery
  • Owner's manual
  • CHECK indicator
  • Manual/Resonance/Depth/Rate/Mode knobs
  • -95 dBu  residual noise
  • 100 mS to 18 S LFO speed
  • Delay time: 0.3 mS to 14.4 ms (GUITAR IN), 0.3 ms to 6.3 ms (BASS IN)
  • Recommended load impedance: 10 k ohms or greater
  • 1 k ohms output impedance
  • -20 dBu nominal input/output level
  • 1 M ohms input impedance 

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    compact pedal for so many options

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    provides a good variety of effects

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    responds exactly as you would expect, very consistent

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    can be used for a wide variety of play styles

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    simple to find the settings you're looking for

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    built extremely solid, can take a lot of abuse without a problem

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    individual inputs for bass and guitar, creates ideal tonality for each instrument

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