chrous/trem/vib in a pedal??

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  1. drod2045

    drod2045 Member

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    is there a pedal out there that has chorus and trem in one easy to manage box? If there is a vibrato in there, I wouldnt mind but its not necessary (and seems impossible to have all 3 in an enclosure smaller than a dd-20 like box).


    The only pedal I think that may combine the two is the T Rex betavibe (has vibe not trem though). Any others??

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  2. googoobaby

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    Damage Control Glass Nexus. It's not cheap, though.
     
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    T.C. Electronic Modulator does all that and is a reasonably sized pedal...
     
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    Roger Mayer Voodoo Vibe. It'll cost you though$$$! But it works! :YinYang:cool::YinYang:cool::YinYang:cool:
     
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    I think the nova modulator looks like the one for me. Thanks guys
     
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    Yes.
    Although the 'chorus' is the Univibe type.
     
  7. micjonga

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    I believe that Fulltone is coming out with one in the fall of 2008!

    Chorus, Vibe, and Tremolo! Check out their website!
     
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    Got my modulator last week. Ive tinkered with it but still have a ways to go to explore the full range of sounds. At first, I was really dissapointed with it. i was not happy with the trem but Im figuring it out. If memory serves correct, the trem was not as good as my old EHX Wiggler but Im finding that its close after more experimentation. the chorus sounds great. Thats all I realy bought it for. Havent toyed with the Vib settings much but I found a couple cool phase/flange sounds I could use. I think the more I figure out, the happier Ill be with it
     
  9. it's been said

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    +1 on the fulltone thing
     
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    Can't find any info on that new pedal.
     
  11. micjonga

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    http://fulltone.com/cshframe.html



    It will be the CFV-2


    d why on earth would you want one?




    How do you know when you're serious about ((stereo)) Chorus, Flange, and Vibrato? When you make your own chip, that's how ! CFV-2...stereo Chorus Flange Vibrato all in one, for Mid/late 2008 release.
     
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    is this what you're talking about?

    http://www.fulltone.com/cshframe.html

    "CFV-2...stereo Chorus Flange Vibrato all in one, for Mid/late 2008 release."

    Is that vibrato-vibrato or trem-vibrato? :worried
     
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    Chorus, Tremelo, and Vibrato all in one box?

    The Red Witch Medusa! :AOK


    cheers,
    Ian
     
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    YIKES......My bad! Chorus, Flange, and Vibrato!

    Wishing it had Trem I guess!
     
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    how about the line 6 mm4?
     

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