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> The Mu-tron Biphase
mellotron
posté dim. 2 févr. 2003, 08:51
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what exactly was the mu-tron biphase? was it a real piece of audio gear? i was watching some video where they said they used it a lot. does anyone know what it did? and where i could buy one today?
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aladinsane
posté dim. 2 févr. 2003, 23:40
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http://www.superpage.com/riffs/desc_mutron.html
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genehardage
posté jeu. 16 oct. 2003, 02:56
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I had one of those beasts complete with the pedal just like the link in that other post by aladinsane. I used it along with an Echoplex, a Big Muff, a Crybaby wah pedal, a Marshal 50 head with 2 SRO's, and a Fender Showman with 2 Altecs. Dust would rattle out of the rafters of our practice warehouse when I played (LOUD!) I finally gave it to Eddie Kirkland http://www.eddiekirkland.com/ about 20 years ago 'cause he likes lots of pedals and knobs and stuff. smile.gif The newer phasers sound better with less hiss.


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