The sought-after second version of the small enclosure Small Stone – possibly the best-sounding of all the various incarnations. It’s capable of a wide range of effects, from subtle and watery to thick and syrupy. Sounds great on guitars, synths, Rhodes etc; it’s great for breathing analogue life into digital synths and samples. Famously used by Radiohead’s Johnny Greenwood and Jean Michel Jarre who used it on his string synths to get that Oxygene sound.
In good working condition, pot dates to 1977. Original knob replaced. No manual or original packaging.
This cute little one knobber is probably one of the most recorded phasers of all time. Forget what you’ve heard in the past, because this is what a phaser really sounds like. It’s rich milky swirl is instantly recognizable. A single knob effectively mantains control over the Small Stone’s rate while a simple switch takes care of two Color settings. The large well-placed rate knob allows for easy rate adjustments while onstage. Slow settings in the
high color mode dial in subtle sweeps while fast settings in the high mode gurgle with a hint of watery ring modulation. While these extreme excursions are fun, the mellow settings are where the Small Stone’s personality really shines through. All the classic Uni-vibe and Leslie sounds are found here in all their smooth liquid-like glory. The sound literally surrounds and absorbs your guitar signal and makes for a wonderful experience.