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Mile End Effects Julep

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The new Mile End Effects Julep is a stereo panning/tremolo and phaser effect that mimics the vintage Ibanez FP-777 Flying Pan stompbox. Available for pre-order now and available early in 2022, this Canadian made pedal looks like a lot of fun.

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Mile End Effects Julep

Inspired by a classic vintage ’70s Ibanez FP-777 Flying Pan pedal design, the new Mile End Effects Julep offers players a stereo panning/tremolo and a phaser effect. Control knobs for the stereo panning and tremolo consist of Left Depth, Right Depth, Rate, plus Waveform. The latter has options for switching/morphing between triangle and square wave shapes. The phaser side of the effect is controlled by Depth and Rate knobs.

Mile End Effects Julep

The Mile End Effects Julep recreates a classic Ibanez ’70s stompbox

Sync/Separate

Each side of the Julep has its own footswitch to engage the effects, and a Sync/Separate toggle also allows the user to sync up the panning/tremolo effect between the stereo outputs. You can even separate them by 180 degrees.

Mile End Effects Julep

Mile End Effects Julep

Stereo/Mono

These Canadian-built pedals are pretty nicely priced, and you can go between all manner of chewy modulation/phases. The stereo/panning operation means plenty of width if you need it. If you run the unit in mono, the panning effect will just become a regular tremolo effect.

The original Ibanez pedal is now a vintage collectable and if you can find one, it will normally cost you an arm and a leg. So this modern day take on the old classic is more than welcome. Plus, it should be a lot more reliable than an 40-plus-year-old stompbox, and a heck of a lot cheaper to replace if lost or damaged. The Julep is true bypass and takes a standard 9V DC power supply. You can pre-order the Julep now and shipping is expected around 1 March 2022.

RRP – CAD 279

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One response to “This new stereo tremolo and phaser pedal delivers the famous 70’s Flying Pan tone”

  1. bob says:

    now with LSD

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