In 1984 the PH-2 Super Phaser addressed the problem of “Well… actually I think I would kinda like a setting that really sounds like a Leslie…” With twelve stages of adjustment for smoother, more ‘hi-fi’ phasing, the PH-2 offered two modes. One was for the standard phaser effect. The other was deeper, richer and more aggressive – perfect for the New Wave sounds that were popular at the time. The familiar Rate, Depth and Resonance controls were augmented by the two-position mode switch. The PH-2 remained in production until March 2001.