DOD 201 Phasor
DOD 201 Phasor

201 Phasor, Phaser Guitare de la marque DOD.

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moosers 19/05/2009

DOD 201 Phasor : l'avis de moosers (contenu en anglais)


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The DOD Phazer 201 is an incredibly simple phase shifting guitar pedal that is analog based and has a 1/4 inch input and output. It is not a rack mountable unit as it is a foot pedal.


The configuration of the DOD Phazer 201 is as easy as it gets as it only has a single knob. While this makes the pedal pretty limited in terms of the sounds it can get, it makes it really easy to use without any problems. The single knob controls the level of the speed, and while you can get only a few different tones with this pedal, the sounds that it does make are pretty cool. I don't have the manual for the DOD Phazer 201, but it definitely isn't necessary at all because of its really simple make up.


The sounds you can get on the DOD Phazer 201 are pretty good, but you can really only get a small amount of different sounds because it only has a single parameter for speed. While this is a good parameter to have for a phaser pedal as it will allow you to get a slow moving phase sound as well as a fast step phaser type sound, it is still limited in its range of sound when compared to some other phaser pedals out there. I usually use the DOD Phazer 201 with a Fender Strat and a 1976 Fender Twin Reverb amp, so I have a pretty accurate and clean idea about what this pedal sounds like and while I like the sound it has, I just wish it was a bit more versatile.


I've been using the DOD Phazer 201 for about two or three years and it is a nice phaser pedal for the cheap price it has, but isn't a versatile pedal by any stretch. For this reason I would suggest getting a Boss PH-3 or another phaser pedal if you are looking for a true phaser pedal with a lot of parameters. This being said, the DOD Phazer 201 is a nice pedal in its own right and is fine for the player who isn't looking for anything to fancy.