Up for sale, a 1977 Ibanez FL-303 Flanger in excellent condition and perfect working order. Built for Ibanez by Maxon from 1976-1977, the Ibanez FL-303 Flanger was part of a series of pedals known colloquially as the "Wide Box" series, and this particular, slightly more rare version is known as the "Block Logo" (which succeeded the earlier "*unsafe* logo" version with changed graphics and large chrome knobs replacing the older black plastic knobs). This model was technically discontinued in 1977, but production continued under Maxon's own brand. Plugged in, this pedal delivers classic, thick flange with plenty of chewy warmth that makes these classic analog pedals so sought after.

The enclosure sports a bright yellow paint job, with black and white screen printed graphics, chrome knobs that turn smoothly, and a footswitch that engages easily. Cosmetically, this pedal is in excellent shape, with only a few nicks around the edges of the enclosure, and some expected finish scratches and minor paint loss on the back plate. There are also a few faint black marker lines around a couple of the contours on the top of the pedal, but they're extremely light and almost completely faded with age (too faint to capture faithfully in a photo).This pedal would make a great addition to any stage or studio arsenal where only old-school analog gear will do!
Year Condition Color Case
1977 Excellent Yellow None


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