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Manufacturer's ID: JD-EVH90
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If you still get blown away by that great Phaser sound at the end of the 'Aint Talkin' 'Bout Love' riff, you need to get one of these EVH Phase 90 pedals on your board! Eddie is justly famed for his inventively sparing use of these kinds of attention-grabbing sounds (MXR also have a flanger dedicated to him) so if you want a slice of that sonic cake, this is a great starting point.
You can choose between a more modern 'brighter' Phase sound or the classic Script sound by pressing the 'script' button in the top corner. Either way, set the pedal to 9 o'clock and you're there! That is Eddie's setting and you'll know it as soon as you hit a chord: it's a perfect Phaser sound. There aren't any further controls because you don't need them!
This pedal is painted in Eddie's most famous red 'stripe' variation and has a hardwired bypass. This great pedal is for all fans of phasers: you'll get Pink Floyd and Funkadelic out of this is much as Van Halen!
SpecificationThe tones that EVH got on that classic record are among the greatest ever, and a huge part of Eddie‘s guitar sound has always been the MXR Phase 90. The Phase 90 contributed to the unbelievable tones on "Eruption," "Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love," "On Fire," and "Atomic Punk," plus many other timeless Van Halen tracks.
Now you can grab a piece of Eddie's magic with the new MXR EVH 90—a collaboration between Eddie Van Halen and Dunlop Manufacturing that represents a totally redesigned, updated version of the legendary Phase 90.
The EVH 90 will give you the same great spacey swirls and hypnotic warbles that made the Phase 90 famous. But the EVH 90 also features the all-new Script switch that lets you instantly toggle between a vintage, "Script Logo" phase tone and a more modern, in-your-face "Block Logo" phaser.
Plus, the EVH 90 sports the greatest graphics in the history of rock: the red, white, and black stripes from Eddie's legendary Frankenstein guitar. Oh yeah—it's also got a bitchin' new blue LED. Now, how cool is that?