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The FX75 Stereo Flanger replaced the FX70 in DOD's lineup in late 1984. Featuring a Width control and two output jacks, the FX75 was much more versatile than its predecessor, but the flanging effect it could provide was still not very intense. That said, chorus-like washes of flange can be easily dialed in, and the FX75 can sound quite musical. The FX75 was produced with two color variations (see below) before it was replaced by the four-knob FX75-B in mid-1987.