MXR CSP101SL Script Phase 90 with LED
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MXR CSP101SL Script Phase 90 with LED

CSP101SL Script Phase 90 with LED, Phaser Guitare de la marque MXR appartenant à la série Phase 90.

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Note moyenne :4.8( 4.8/5 sur 4 avis )
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pioupiou8713/09/2018

L'avis de pioupiou87"Simple Subtile Efficace"

MXR CSP101SL Script Phase 90 with LED
Branchée en façade avant pédales overdrive et boost Suhr Koko boost dans une tête Mesa Dual Rectifer avec dans la boucle d'effets MXR Reverb, MXR carbon Copy, guitares : Les Paul, Tele, Strat, Vigier, Ibanez RG.

Utilisée pour l'instant sur son clair et surtout pour solos en son saturé, couplée ou non avec boost reverb delay wah.

Je suis plus que satisfait de cette petite boite orange. Je cherchais un phaser qui ne déforme pas le grain de mon ampli et qui apporte un effet discret, subtil mais efficace. Ses sonorités ne sont pas envahissantes, elle vient moduler mon son agréablement, pas de hausse ou de baisse de volume notable lors de la mise en route ; c'est la petite touche de poivre qu'il faut pour pimenter les solos. l'unique réglage me suffit amplement et est utilisable sur toute sa plage, d'un effet de phasing très discret à quelque chose de plus prononcé mais sans tomber dans l'exubérance. Elle sonne sur tous les canaux de l'ampli et même en enclenchant la pédale wahwah ce n'est pas brouillon.
Je n'ai pas d'élément pertinent de comparaison si ce n'est le phaser de mon Roland Cube 30, sympa, mais comparé à cette MXR, c'est vraiment une caricature.
Je n'ai jamais été attiré par les effets de modulation, préférant un son plus brut, sans trop d'artifice mais j'avoue que cette petite MXR embellie tellement bien certaines choses que je pense l'utiliser très souvent.

Comme toujours chez MXR, la qualité et la solidité sont au rendez-vous.
solo8409/12/2009

L'avis de solo84

MXR CSP101SL Script Phase 90 with LED
Ré-édition quasi à l'identique du phase 90 des années 70's, celui qu'on trouve à des prix indécents sur internet.
2 versions proposées: avec ou sans led.

UTILISATION

Je passe, RAS, ça n'a pas bougé depuis 30 ans!

QUALITÉ SONORE

Wow! D'enfer! J'adore les phasers, j'en ai eu quelques uns! J'avais un Phase 100 dont j'étais très content notamment pour les arpèges 70's à la Pink floyd... J'ai chopé celle-ci en comptant la revendre, machinalement je l'essaye un coup: erreur fatale! OUCH!!! Le Graal du phaser!!!

Je me suis dit "merde! Je l'aime bien mon Phase 100, avec ses réglages de forme d'onde!!!" Ben je l'ai revendu, et j'ai gardé celle-ci! Rien à faire, le Phase 90 custom sonne bien plus soyeux, chaud, organique!... Ca saute immédiatement aux oreilles!!!

Bref, pour le prix c'est une affaire! Quand je pense à ceux qui vont dépenser le double pour une script logo originale avec le potard qui scratche et la peinture qui se barre, alors que celle-ci a rigoureusement le même son, je me marre!

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King Loudness31/01/2012

L'avis de King Loudness (contenu en anglais)"The Atomic Punk!"

MXR CSP101SL Script Phase 90 with LED
The MXR CSP101SL is a newer reissue of the Phase 90 original script logo version made in the seventies and used by players like Edward Van Halen. The subsequent block logo models made in the later seventies and through to the present day are more "chewy" and present sounding than the script models and thus not as desirable as the older ones. However, they can go for a pretty penny for an original script logo, so eventually MXR came out with this reissue. It's pretty simple... has one control for "speed" (modulation amount) and some newer features such as the LED and AC adapter jack that the originals lacked. However what it lacks in features it makes up for in tones.

UTILIZATION

Setting up this pedal is pretty simple for sure. It only has the only control knob, so you aren't left scrolling through endless presets or turning knobs. It goes from a very subtle sweep kinda like a modulating treble boost to full out phaser fury, depending on what sort of sound you want. I like to run mine at about 9 oclock for that nice Van Halen esque treble boost for my leads or as a nice sound changer for my clean channel.

SOUND QUALITY

I use this pedal in my main gig rig with my band as something that really alters up my tones for a bit of added flair. It has a sound that is much closer to the original Script Logo models. The one major flaw is that it isn't true bypass, so it does make a fair bit more noise than I'd care for. That being said, it sounds like a good phaser should and is definitely more subtle than the block logo models I've tried. If these were true bypass, they'd be unbeatable for that classic phase tone.

OVERALL OPINION

All in all I think the MXR Custom Shop Phase 90 is a great pedal for someone looking for that classic phaser tone in a pedal. It's not as versatile as some other units, but I like it much more than the block logo models and if it was true bypass/less noisy, it'd be near perfect. At about $110 new this pedal is a decent deal for someone looking for the real MXR sound and is definitely worth checking out.
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iamqman17/11/2011

L'avis de iamqman (contenu en anglais)"Nice reisue"

MXR CSP101SL Script Phase 90 with LED
I have played quite a few phase pedals and there are some great one out there. I really like the A/DA phasers and the stuff you get out of TC and Eventide. For me though I think it was about simplistic value. I am a very big fan of Eddie Van Halen and so getting something that I know he used was the way I was going to shop. If you notice the price I paid may seem high. I bought this from Analogman it is the hand wired version with added true bypass and LED. I have owned this pedal now for about 3 years and it has never failed me. I use this pedal often and has been on my pedal board since inception.

It has a great range or sweep of phase that goes from simple phase to pulsating phaser. It only has one knob and it is as simple as it gets. It takes a 9v plug in.

UTILIZATION

One knob for control and that is all you need with this pedal. You would be surprised of how much variation the sweep range has with only one control. It isn't hard to figure out you have to use your ear to tailor it to your personal preference. I generally keep mine around the 9:00-11:00 range. It is somewhat subtle in this range but adds a nice sweet element to your overdriven tone.

There isn't any need for a manual with only one knob.

SOUND QUALITY

The tone is perfect for me. When I engage it, it doesn't cut the volume of my original tone like many pedals do when engaged. That was a big selling factor for me. Since it doesn't have a volume knob I was a little leery of how good it will work without a volume control, but it has a great unity volume standard in the unit.

I have used this with a number of guitar and amps. The current rig I have this week is a Les Paul going into a Splawn Quickrod and going into a vintage Marshall 4x12 with blackback Celestion speakers. I run this pedal in front of my amp. It sounds good in the effects loop as well but I think these MXR phaser pedal sound best in front of the overdriven amp. I many times couple this with a delay and I get some great early VH tones. I used a Wolfgang to get those tones.

OVERALL OPINION

This pedal like many of MXR's is so simple and easy to use. They as a company don't get to crazy with many controls and options. I think the tone of their products have such a sweet ranges of tones that I don't think you need a group of different controls. At around $119 this is a great priced pedal. If you need something simple and that will get you a great vintage phase tones than this is your pedal. If you want something with a little more options and for funky effects that take phasing to a whole new level then grab an A/AD phaser reissue.
I would recommend this to anyone who wants keep it simple. One knob control is very simple and you'll love the tone you get.