I think, though I am far from an expert, the phasing results from the fact that you're delaying an exact copy of the signal, so the peaks and all frequencies are exact. It's what a phaser does, it slightly delays the signal and sends it along the same path as the original, just slightly behind it. Confusing, but I don't really know how to explain it better.
Originally Posted by Myriad_Rocker
The only way to do it if you don't want the phasinge effect is to record the track separately, and hard pan them. If you just copy and paste the track and add some delay, the closer they are panned, the more you are going to get the phasing effect.
The technique works well for vocals, if you only use about 10ms between the tracks, but it will phase guitar almost 99.999999999999% of the time.
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