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TC Corona vs. EQD Sea machine. GO!

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by guitarslinger21, May 19, 2011.

  1. guitarslinger21

    guitarslinger21 Member

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    I want a pedal that sounds like water. I'm talking Robin Guthrie/Cocteau Twins/Metallica's One intro/Andy Summers-EBYT/Steve Stevens -Flesh for Fantasy/The Cure/Johnny Marr/etc.


    I don't want some vintagey warbly leslie sim that sounds "natural".

    I want extreme. I want wide pitch modulation with a very slow rate. Very wet.
     
  2. ChorusCrackpot

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    The Corona is very versatile.

    And the Sea Machine- well, what's in a name? ;)



    Personally I think both would achieve the effects you desire. I really like those particular examples of chorusing too.


    I have an older H2O Liquid Chorus & Echo that does heaps, but is also true to its chemical name, dihydrogen monoxide.
     
  3. Farbulous

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    After a long search for chorus (and I'm not really a chorus guy) these two pedals were the same two I ended up having to decide between.

    Still haven't decided...
     
  4. ChorusCrackpot

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    There is also the Suhr Bella, which is due out any time now.....
     

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