Looking for a chorus pedal....

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  1. jlb32

    jlb32 Member

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    that's not super expensive but has great tone. Any suggestions from which ones you guys love?

    I have been bouncing back and forth between getting a chorus or a reverb pedal but seems most prefer chorus overall. I have built in reverb on several of my other amps.

    Just looking to add some depth to the tone. Any other pedal suggestions other than chorus are highly appreciated also. :aok
     
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    black label chorus
     
  3. gearscrubs

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    EHX Small Clone or Neo Clone

    MXR Micro Chorus or Analog Chorus
     
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    I think the old Ibanez SC 10s sound wonderful.
     
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    MXR Analog Chorus is the correct answer.
     
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    Thanks guys. I was looking at a MXR Micro Chorus or EHX Neo Clone. The MXR Analog and Black Label look interesting also.

    Not looking for a ton of effects just something to add thickness and depth to distorted rhythm tones without changing the tone of the amp.
     
  7. IbanezRokr

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    Corona chorus was on my radar, but now i'm going to hold out for the new Source Audio one. not sure on the price point yet.

    been running a Boss CE-5 forever, and it's good, but I want something midi controllable, so i don't have to run two choruses. (that's what i was going to do with the corona). Can't go wrong with that CE-5.
     
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    Mad Professor Electric Blue Chorus.....
     
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    +1 for MXR analog micro chorus...just the right warm, thick chorus with minimal dialing in fuss
     
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    Dee oh dee eff ecks sicks tee fah eve
     
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    Although not out yet. Mog are taking Preorders. Moog has come out with both a Chorus and Flanger Pedals.

    Sweetwater is probably also taking Preorders and sell them a bit cheaper than straight from Moog. About $!89

    [​IMG]
     
  12. warren3333

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    Ive had choruses on and off for years, but my search ahs never really yielded anything Ive loved...

    ... Until I got the Tortuga. Soulful, warm analog and not 80s cheesy sounding. Love it.

    [​IMG]
     
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    I got my Carl Martin Chorus XII in a trade. Blows my mind every time I turn it on.
     
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    try mxr analog chorus or pigtronix quantum time modulator
     
  15. DaveKS

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    Define inexpensive, as you can see suggestions will be all over the place if you don't.
     
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    Boss Harmonist PS-6 Detune Mode
     
  17. jessegw90

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    just scored a mij boss ce2b cheap! it has the fromel guitar mod so the circuit is identical to the ce2 with a mix knob. it's great! you could probably get one of ebay for $50 i'm guessing
     
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    Doesn't have to be super inexpensive but definitely not looking to spend $100+ for one. I was expecting the suggestions to be all over the place. There are just so many chorus pedals out there. Was hoping there was one that a lot loved more than others though.
     
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    I really like my DOD FX65. It's a cheap pedal, little beat up, but something just sounds right about it to me. Best $25 I've ever spent.
     

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