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ce2 taiwan keeley or analogman mini? (UK)

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by JimH, Aug 3, 2008.

  1. JimH

    JimH Member

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    andy summers and slower cool chorus sounds rather than crazy stuff is my goal, i believe the mini chorus runs best on 12V which is inconvenient for my pedal board. plan probably is get a taiwan ce2 and send it to Bob keeley. I'm in UK, any better/ more cost effective options?

    boss/ibanez size or smaller and 9v adpter is pretty important.

    Thanks
     
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  2. JimH

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    Analogman fo sho
     
  4. JimH

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    you got one? - how does the 12V issue affect you.
     
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    analogmike Gold Supporting Member

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    Our chorus runs well on 9V, uses the same chip as the early CE2 and a better chip than the later CE2 so it's at least as good as those at 9V. It just has more clean headroom at higher voltages (12V - 16V is very nice).
     

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