I only set up stereo once.....Still hoping for a BF-2w and a PH-1rw
Anyhow, I have the DM-2w and the CE-2w. Both great pedals IMO. I had the original - the real original - DM-2 and the new lad sounds very close, as far as I can tell. I use it in t'other mode, though. CE-2w sounds grand, too. I use that one in the CE-1 mode, mostly. Still settling into using that thing, because I use chorus for a few specific tones, so until I can unleash it in a proper band context, I won't know for sure which is best for me.
Look what I just got, brand new !!!!Hello, I called my local music shop today earlier during the day and and I asked about the Boss Chorus CE-2W and the rep told me they have one, just one unit left in stock. I could not go today, had some appointments to attend and the guy was nice enough and told me he could hold on to the pedal for me, just for a few hours, in case someone else would buy it and if I show up tomorrow, when they open at 11am. I am gonna be the first person outside that store tomorrow !
Sometimes the reps at this local store are kind of sloppy (well at least some of them have been in the past), so I asked him to read me back what he was showing in his computer, when I asked him to check in the system to make sure they indeed have a CE-2W. I don't want to go there all exited just to find out they had something else ,,,
I have read and heard so many great things about this pedal and also I have heard many videos and it is just that great 80s chorus sound that I felt in love when I first heard it around 1997 when I started playing electric guitar. I have heard several chorus pedals and it seems that no other nails this chorus sound so rich and well as this Waza Craft Chorus pedal does. I went through a great Flanger pedal (an Ibanez/Maxon Vintage), just to look for that type of chorus sound, I've search everywhere, even in outside territories.
My search for that great chorus sound might be coming to a end...I hope I get it. I hope everything goes well tomorrow, I hope I see your legendary face tomorrow and take you home with me and if I do, you're never leaving my board...
For me, Boss seems to be sensitive to noise. I used a One Spot power supply for a long time until I realized how much noise it introduced. Got the PSA and that was the end of that. I alsonise it for my portable Boss dogital recorders, same issues. You won't risk damage from a reputable brand though. I use Gigrig power supplies and they are also very quiet.Quick question, I have never had a Boss pedal before. It says on the Boss CE-2w pedal, "Use Boss PSA Adaptor Only." Is that for real? So you cannot use other brands of power adapter? Even if it matches all the electrical requirements? I only try the pedal today with a 9V battery, I just got this pedal. And I also noticed how fast this pedal will eat a 9 volt battery. I got a new fresh battery, it measured 9.50 volts on my meter and used the pedal for around 1 hour and half and now the battery reads 8.76 volts. Kind of fast compared to other pedals that I have powered with 9V battery before. I always remove the input cable of the pedal, to save battery, whenever I am done using the pedal.
I use my Strymon Ojai R30 to power my CE2W without any problem or noise ...Quick question, I have never had a Boss pedal before. It says on the Boss CE-2w pedal, "Use Boss PSA Adaptor Only." Is that for real? So you cannot use other brands of power adapter? Even if it matches all the electrical requirements?