Ibanez PT9 Phaser


  • Speed
    controls the speed/rate of the LFO wave that controls the effect
  • Feedback
    sets the amount of effected signal fed back into the effect (for a stronger effect)
  • Width
    controls the depth/amplitude of the modulation (the size of the range in which the effect sweeps).


An Ibanez brochure

A phaser uses phase shift networks to create "notches" and "peaks" in the signal response. When the amount of phase shift is charged the notches and peaks move or "sweep". The PT Phaser uses eight phase shift networks that provide rich, deep phasing for guitar, keyboard or bass. The PT9's sweep circuit is exceptionally smooth and provides adjustable sweep width and speed. The feedback control adjusts the level of phasing intensity. The PT9 Phaser - versatility and sonic quality for stage or studio.

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  • Input Impedance
    500K ohms
  • Output Impedance
    <1K ohms
  • Maximum Input Level
    0 dBm
  • Gain
    0 dB (unity)
  • Sweep Speed Range
    0,08 - 13 Hz
  • Equivalent Input Noise
    -80 dBm (IHF-A)

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