Looking for a multifunctiong Chorus Pedal...

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  1. Last Nerve

    Last Nerve Supporting Member

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    maybe a Choralflange or Bi-Chorus,
    wants the best chorus pedals you've tried that also do something else?
     
  2. erksin

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    DLS Chorus~Vibe. TC-type tones/CE-1/Maggie-style Vibrato/faux Leslie stuff - I love mine.
     
  3. Fernando

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    I received my Chorus~Vib last week. It's a great pedal. The Chorus is very versatile. It also doesn't mess with your original tone.

    The rotating speaker simulation is very good too.
     
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    Fulltone Choralflange - sweet analog chorus (the DLS is digital) - super tweakablility - can run as true-bypass (mono) or use internal buffer (stereo) - also does flanging (a lot of people dog its flanging ability, I don't understand this - sounds really good to me) - also does a gorgeous leslie sim.

    I have owned 2 CF's and the DLS. The DLS is superb, but the CF is superior IMHO.
     
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    Pearl CH-02 Chorus.

    Two important features (in addition to the standard chorus fare):

    1) Mix/blend knob. Adjusts the amount of vibrato introduced into the signal. Can go 100% wet for Boss VB-2 type action.

    2) Tone control. Very handy feature, not often found in a chorus.
     
  7. JohnLutz

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    EBS Red Twister - Three way switch for deep, normal and flange.

    Compared it side by side with Analogman and Boss DC-2. Kept the Red Twister.

    John
     
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    i glanced at the title of this thread and thought it said "Looking for a malfunctioning Chorus Pedal"

    Yeah, the choralflange is great. Get that one.
     
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    does the bi-chorus have the depth switches? if so, that would get my vote. hands down. i have a 1 channel clone chorus and would never get rid of it.
     
  10. cmloeffler

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    I picked up an EBS Unichorus for $20 (yep, got a steal and a half on that one). It sounds amazing and lush if just a little forced. I dig it, but I don't $260 dig it. I dig it enough that between the Redwitch and this I'm set... until the new Red Witch comes out, that is!
     
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    Haven't had so many chorus pedals. but I really, truly am incredibly pleased with my Visual Sound H2O.

    It is chorus (speed-width-depth controls) and a echo built into one.

    The box is a little bulky (I am not crazy about that) but keep in mind it takes the place of TWO boxes. Also it has two outputs, effected and uneffected which sounds fantastic run into two different amps. Have heard folk complain the on/off footswitches are "too close together" and it feels like that is the case, but I still have never accidentally hit the wrong one also...
     

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