TC stereo chorus/flanger, can it replace my...

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  1. williamh

    williamh Supporting Member

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    Analogman chorus and guyatone fl3 flanger? Thinking about picking up one unit to cover both, and was wondering what the opinion is on this one?
     
  2. Shiny McShine

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    I had this one and loved it's chorus; however, the flanger didn't really do it for me. I think that's the general consensus around here. The chorus is really pristine and many have even tied it to an 80's feel somewhat (think Andy Summers here).
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  3. jcshirke

    jcshirke Silver Supporting Member

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    This isn't a direct reply to your question, but maybe another option would be the Eventide Mod Factor?
     
  4. williamh

    williamh Supporting Member

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    I've actually heavily considered both it and the new modulation nova pedal from tc....I just haven't decided quite yet if I want to wait for one of these things to come out......whenever.

     
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    I love my T.C. SCF but itÂ’s much more pristine and hi-fi sounding than the Analogman, the AM is capable of much thicker, more syrupy tones. They are both great chorus pedals, but different animals IMO. I use my T.C. for the hi-fi, crystalline type chorusing, and I keep a Keeley modded Boss CE-2 around for more of a thick vintage sound.

    The flanger of the SCF is mediocre at best and honestly, I never use it. If I started using flange I would definitely get a stand alone unit for that.
     
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    Yes, Twanger is right. The TC is much more transparent. A different flavor of chorus.
     
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    hmm...I think the flanger sounds pretty good for bass.
     

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