What Compares to the Analogman Chorus?

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  1. Sir Duke

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    Besides the ehx pedal, of course...
     
  2. orogeny

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    ah. . . for what. . . is the question. . .

    you like the fast/leslie thang?

    boss ce5 was very good until i found modulated dealy on my dd20. . .. .

    just chorusy. . . ?

    still love the ce5. . . . it compares.
     
  3. Sir Duke

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    I'm more into the slow vibe...
     
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    save yourself the hassle and get yourself one....there is NOTHING that compares....
     
  5. Sir Duke

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    I knew it would come to that!
    I think a deep switch is in order...
     
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    BYOC Analog Chorus if you can find it. Clone of the EHX Clone Chorus, just like Analogman. Very similar sounding.
     
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    I have an EH Small Clone and a Carl Martin Chorus XII. They are both very different chorus sounds. It depends on what you are looking for. The Carl Martin has two switchable Chorus, with a depth and speed knob for each.

    It is a very transparent chorus. (think Eric Johnson, TC Chorus sound). I love it because I can set one of the chorus to a real light chorus and the other to a really heavy Leslie type chorus sound. It really does not color your original tone.

    The EH Small Clone on the other hand is a very strong chorus. Definately colors your original tone, but you can get some really wild sounds out if it if thats what you are looking for...

    my two cents.......
     
  9. Sir Duke

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    That seems like a good deal! I'm surprised nobody round here has mentioned them before...

    Well, I bit the bullet and bought a used AM Chorus with Deep switch. I hope I'll never look back.
     
  10. MrMunky

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    http://www.inrerocknroll.com/tunes/PR.mp3 Just get the Analogman. Not only is the most musical and least cheesy chorus I've come across, it's got to be close to the quietest analog choruses out there. It beats a lot of the "notoriously quiet" ones like the TC Electronic SCF.
     
  11. BrunoM

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    Um......what about a Boss CE1 pedal
     
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    Totally different...
    Unless you meant to say EHX Small Clone.

    Although I have had a jones for a CE-1 type thing lately... maybe I'll check out a Retro-Sonic...
     

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