Fulltone brings back the Tri Stereo Chorus

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  1. magnus

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    From the Fulltone web site (under Custom shop)

    3/2/06 I'm proud to announce development has begun by Fulltone to bring back hands-down the best chorus ever made...The Tri-Stereo-Chorus. It was offered under many different names; Dyno-My-Piano, Songbird, Dytronics....and now the Fulltone Tri-Stereo-Chorus TM. It will be available in both pedal and in Rackmount versions. Both will have stereo INPUT's and OUTPUTS. More news later ;)
     
  2. Big Bob

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    I always did like that sound....very 80s. I hope its as good as the original. Time will tell.;)

    Bob
     
  3. KarlH

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    I sorta like this new direction fulltone is going in. I guess he realized he can just be making remakes of classic pedals the rest of his life! (although Im glad he did!)
     
  4. Play by Tone

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    I'm glad I saw a couple people get rid of their Dyno-My-Piano's before this news. Wonder if they will still fetch 3k? Probably still hold well but this news will make a lot of people happy!
     
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    BTW, I thought the Choral-Flange was the best chorus ever made?? ;) I'm not even an 80's freak but I'll bet I can enjoy this new chorus.
     
  6. Scott Peterson

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    Wow - color me interested. That's the model the Line 6 guys always call the "secret weapon" right? I really like that sound from L6; the "real" thing could indeed be VERY interesting! (Especially too because I am a Choralflange guy!)
     
  7. Realfi

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    I think I even know some keys players who'll be interested in this given the stereo ins and outs.
     
  8. Terry Hayes

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    Latest info from the Fulltone website:

    3/15 Found and bought 20,000 New Old Stock MN3007 hi-voltage Bucket Brigade delay chips (same as original) for a great price! Target price for the pedal version is $395 or so and $595 for the rack version. This price is subject to change, and is dependent on so many things, some of which are unforeseeable.

    Sounds like a pretty fair price to me!

    Terry​
     
  9. Play by Tone

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    I will buy the pedal version immediately.
     
  10. PSaulino

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    Yeah, but what pedal effects (or combinatin thereof) will make a guitar sound like a Rhodes? That I would be interested in...

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