Good condition. It is fully functional and working well. The FL-301 is a flanger built on analog comb filtering circuitry produced by Maxon in the 1980s. Originally released in 1979, the FL301 was one of the first low-voltage, compact flanging effects to appear on the market. The unit features controls for speed, width, and regen. The FL- 301´s 100% analog circuitry is based around a Panasonic MN3207 (low voltage BBD IC, now out of production). Speed and Width knobs provide precise control over the unit’s thick spacious effect, while the Regeneration knob varies effect intensity from subtle to severe. It produces a large range of modulation effects from subtle chorus to wobbling vibrato to a wide, tape-like flange. 18 V. It runs on two 9V batteries and the power supply . The power supply is not included.
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