We'll invoice you for the balance
including the shipping cost
will have tax added at
DC adapter required; no battery option
(note: a power supply is NOT INCLUDED)
9 volts only
DC power supply
must have a standard 5.5mm barrel x 2.1mm center coax Polarity: negative center (industry standard)
Do not use an AC power supply
DC power only
Signature mid-70's phaser voicing,
balancing clarity and definition
with lushness and
Just stomp and you're in a hauntingly familiar but ever new space and
Meat-and-potatoes phaser. Plug it
into your high-gain channel or your favorite distortion, and it
won't add noise or mess with your tone (e.g.; no treble boost,
no bass cut; no volume boost, no
volume drop). It's transparent, lush, distortion-free, and
warm, with that sweet, sweet flavor you won't want to rock
about 2 to 4 weeks for us to get through our list and
build your pedal.
US orders will be sent via USPS Priority Mail (signature may be
International orders will be sent USPS Global Priority (where
We will not declare your package at a lower value for customs;
be prepared to pay your country's import duty when you receive
Charles Saufley of Premier Guitar:
"A vintage-simple optical phaser that delivers
uncommonly rich swirl."
"Finally a phaser that doesn't
drop out your bass and distort your signal !
I have tried them all the LMS is the best - bar none ."
"Got mine in the mail the other day and
plugged it in right away ...
Just plain awesome, truly is a little box of sunshine! Thick, rich and
swirly, not too bright or too dark ... just perfect. One knob is all I need,
no apparent volume drop or boost. The description on the Skreddy website is
dead-on. Don't feel like I would want anything more or less from the way it
sounds right off the bat.
It is SUPER QUIET ... ultra low noise floor for a phaser pedal. Lower noise
then any other ones I have.
My favorite phaser right now ... compared to the other ones I have or had:
x1, x2 and x3, x4, x5, x6, x7, x8, x9, x10 ... etc. (probably forgetting a
few) Ed: I've anonymized the product names.
Awesome lil' pedal!"
"Hi Marc, just wanted to let you
know the Little Miss Sunshine sounds fantastic. Really a wonderful sounding
phaser. Even better than I expected. Sounds SO much better than then the "
45 " and "90 " I own. The LMS sounds like the perfect melding of the
two somehow with all the sonic improvements you've designed into this pedal.
I'm sure it would be the phaser that wins over guitarists that say they
don't like phasing !
Thanks again !"
"...Slapped some velcro on it and threw it on the board last
night for a Telestrion gig. Usually have a xxx on there (been wanting a
good, smaller mutton phasor II copy for a while). The setting I use on the
xxx is more on the smallstone side. I love finally having a Phase 90
copy/update that sounds amazing. Never have chased the original scripts.
Always wanted the sounds with led, no volume drop, 9v… I've only had one
copy (xx) and an old Phase 100 in 04 (which sounded really good but had the
70's drawbacks including the broken down foam surprise inside). The xx phase
90 copy I had, for me, was just not in any way there. Way too clean and
transparent to the point of almost not being present when I played it. Would
definitely get no love for Mr. Page and his ilk... The Little Miss Sunshine
(every time I see the name I think of the grandfather from the movie) is
transparent and watery, but definitely colors the sound in a heavy, good
way. It's almost like the come on of a good hallucinogen - it's definitely
there and shifting one's perception, just starting to overtake everyday
reality but not quite all the way. Very dreamy. Really can't get over how
good it sounds and how thick and present it is while being seemingly
transparent and clear at the same time. Watery as all get out. Definitely
has the stoned out phase of the 70's in spades. That is critical to me. No
Achilles' heel. Some new phaser's (original designs and clones) just get way
too sterile or have an unpleasant high end or whiny sound to me. You really
have great ears and skills to manifest the sounds you go after man..."