DOD Envelope Filter FX25

DOD Envelope Filter FX25

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The FX25 is an automatic wah wah pedal. "Range" controls the amount of sweep the wah will give and the "Sensitivity" control sets how much attack is necessary in order to trigger the wah.

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User Reviews of the DOD Envelope Filter FX25

  • Submitted by john from Portland, OR (10 points) on Jan 26, 2009
  • This mean green machine seems to have been built to give things a nice funky sound by the good people at DOD, which is okay...if thats what you like. With a little bit of playing around however this pedal quickly shows its true colors, that of a snarling rumbling noise tank. This unit has gut busting lows to dog scaring highs. two sensitive knobs means that this is a knob twisters dream. throw it in a floop and it gives you great control over the sound, put it in pedal chain and thickens up the signal nicely
  • Good Points: wide range of sound sensitive efficient controls
  • Bad Points: old DOD 1/8th inch power jack some people might want more control
  • Price Paid: US$25.00
  • Purchased At: trade up
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  • Submitted by grizzlor from Springfield, PA (652 points) on Aug 13, 2006
  • as far as filters go there are certainly better ones, if your using this in your main pedal chain, you might want to track them down. however this is a pretty awesome little monster in your feedback loops, as everyone mentions...so many possibillities, and the stronger(louder) your signal the more response you get...
  • Good Points: very powerful, very cheap
  • Bad Points:
  • Price Paid: US$35.00
  • Purchased At: ebay
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  • Submitted by tommy from Las Vegas, NV (44 points) on May 5, 2004
  • as everyone else mentioned you can get really crazy sounds out of it, as well as very nice frequency sweeps, good glitchy sounds and some higher ranged wah sounds as well as some really low bends. Its definitely a great addition to any set up.
  • Good Points: -two simple knobs -cheap -versatile
  • Bad Points: -one output -old dod power supply -two knobs -battery lid falls off to easy
  • Price Paid: US$5.00
  • Purchased At: garage sale
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  • Submitted by travis from Vancouver, WA (36 points) on Apr 9, 2004
  • this is one bitchin' pedal. i bought this because of a recommendation, and im glad i did. its inexpensive, but not cheap. for a two knob pedal, it is amazing. nice sweeps and static noise. i can also get some cool glitchy sounds from it as well
  • Good Points: low cost, easy to use
  • Bad Points: nothing i can think of
  • Price Paid: US$27.00
  • Purchased At: pawn shop
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  • Submitted by spit + smudge from Savannah, GA (210 points) on Feb 2, 2004
  • After reading all the great reviews for this pedal I decided to break down and obtain one. The frequency sweeps this green beast can conjure up are pretty amazing.
  • Good Points: Great highs and lows can be obtained. Only two knobs, can't go wrong on learning how to use this simple pedal.
  • Bad Points: Two knobs fool you into thinking it's useles.
  • Price Paid: US$20.00
  • Purchased At: ebay!
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  • Submitted by dave from Redwood City, CA (74 points) on Aug 3, 2003
  • A great unit all around. The sub frequencies you can generate can make a grown human lose control of his bowels. It's bulletproof and very cost effective. I highly recomend this pedal for it's endless posibilities.
  • Good Points: LOW. Very inexpensive.
  • Bad Points: Battery cover comes off a little too often.
  • Price Paid: US$25.00
  • Purchased At: ebay.com
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  • Submitted by nkondi from Portland, OR (566 points) on May 27, 2003
  • the possibilties are endless with this one. it adds a lot of really strong color to a feedback loop...the range of the knobs is superb and i can coax so much variation out of two knobs...i have yet to see another two knob pedal do something like that...
  • Good Points: solid dod construction. great sound coloring...very easy to use...
  • Bad Points: dod decided to make a new updated version of this...but why mess with perfection...course they still havent learned...
  • Price Paid: US$30.00
  • Purchased At: ebay
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  • Submitted by D/A A/D from Halifax (394 points) on Feb 2, 2003
  • One word discribes this pedal, DUB!... This thing is so virsatile, it is scary being that it only has 2 knobs... It is a MUST HAVE!!! Crazy sounds come out of this little green box...
  • Good Points: Crazy sounds, cheep, abundent, dod construction...
  • Bad Points: old dod jacks...
  • Price Paid: US$0.00
  • Purchased At: traded it for a delay pedal...
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  • Submitted by Ben from United States (230 points) on Nov 29, 2002
  • Lots of people hype this pedal, and I can't believe I ignored this pedal for so long. This is a very agressive envelope filter. If used properly, it can be one of the most important pedals in your arsenal. And with a used price between fifteen and twenty-five bones, how could you pass this one up?
  • Good Points: Very agressive filter.
  • Bad Points: Not entirely controllable (two knobs).
  • Price Paid: US$25.00
  • Purchased At: ebay
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  • Submitted by Torbjörn from Örebro (110 points) on Nov 2, 2002
  • Got this after reading Degenerate where Mr Stimbox listed it in his top 5 of effects. With this pedal patience is the key, you have to experiment to find where it does any good in a chain of effects. I mainly use it after a fuzz to get maximum control over the sound. The sweeps are massive from rumbles to high freqs. I love it even though it only has two knobs.
  • Good Points: Great range of sweeps.
  • Bad Points: Only two knobs give little variation.
  • Price Paid: US$89.00
  • Purchased At: Förstärkardoktorn -Used
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  • Submitted by K. from Sealy, TX (500 points) on Mar 16, 2002
  • I use my envelope filter in a line loop and it tends to have a wide range of response depending upon which of the other effects are switched on and how they're set, anything from useless high pitched sqealing to low bass rumbles and alot of variations inbetween. As I understand it the frequency control will filter out all but a specific frequency within a certain range of the potentimeter, this is what gives that sick sweeping sound as you rotate the control. The range control is responsible for the width of the frequency sweep. It's practically a required pedal in any noisician's set-up.
  • Good Points: Ease of use, wide range of sounds
  • Bad Points: Just as easy to get bad sounds out of it as good.
  • Price Paid: US$30.00
  • Purchased At: pawn shop
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  • Submitted by Bob from San Francisco, CA (34 points) on Jun 26, 2001
  • I was suprised at what an envelope filter could do to a sound in a chain of effect pedals... the FX25 has two knobs on it. When you grab both knobs in one hand and crank both down you get a pretty sick deep crunching sound if you have some distortion before it.
  • Good Points: brings a lot of highs and lows to the sound.
  • Bad Points: DOD stopped making it!
  • Price Paid: US$30.00
  • Purchased At: EBay
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