We are Eclectic Sounds / aka: eclsounds – a store front in Portland, Or. We are open 7 days a week from 11 – 5 PST (by appointment)
This FL210 was recently gone through by Matt Miller of Miller Amps in Portland, Or. to have a clean bill of health for many years.
This comes from Maui Recorders Studios owned by Walter Becker / John Neff.
John sold us some prized pieces from his studio retirement sale.
The FL210 is one of the best hardware flanger / modulators ever invented with original bucket brigades. This one has the mojo!
Used in very good condition. Front plate is in very good shape, some rack rash on the top and bottom of the unit.
The Instant Flanger, released in 1975, was designed to simulate true tape flanging. Flanging first became popular in the 1960s when recording engineers discovered that they could mix the output of two tape machines, one running slightly slower than the other, and get a cool new effect. As its time-delay circuit produced many more “nulls” and offered a much deeper flanging effect than anything previously available, the Instant Flanger became widely used on many legendary recordings. If you’ve ever listened to Led Zeppelin’s “Physical Graffiti” album, you’ve heard its legendary sound.