Anyone done an A/B comparison of New MXR Chorus vs. Old one?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by popsongsmith, Jan 22, 2008.

  1. popsongsmith

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    I have not BUT the new one sounds killer. It's my fave chorus and I've just about owned them all. This pedal will be very highly regarded one day. I highly recomend.

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    is the new one analog? it doesn't say on the website, which leads me to believe that it's digital. usually if something is analog, they'll use it as a selling point.
     
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    Thanks to plexirocker68 for the great insight on this pedal. I bought it and for my needs it's perfect. Also, it is definitely analog.
     
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    I haven't tried the new one yet, so I can't report on that comparison but I will say the MXR Micro Chorus is a killer unit, it's one of my favorites.

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    good one. Ok, so it's established that it's analog. What does the "width" knob do? is it another word for delay time?
     
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    I also own one of the new ones (big ol' 5 knobber) and it covers all my bases for chorus. I don't think I'll ever have to replace it.
     
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    bump. anyone? Buehler? anyone?
     
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    OK, this bears little resemblance to the old version (which was AC and had only 3 controls). The controls should be:
    Intensity: mix dry and effected
    Rate: obvious
    Width: the amount that the LFO varies the delay of the wet signal.
     

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