They picked this intriguing double phaser with a vintage vibe called Agaric Phaser.
The intrigue is all in the left “D” footswitch, which…
Mirror switches the speed of the first phaser. When the light is off the phasers cycle together and cycle more deeply. When the D is engaged the phasers stop cycling together and start crossing. When set at a very low or high speed the one phaser pulses quickly while the other one makes big sweeps underneath. Closer to 7 on the dial when crossed the phaser acts like a vibe pedal with asymmetrical movements.
Check out the video!