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  • #16
    Re: Chorus for metal

    I actually really like my MXR MICRO CHORUS for metal tones, it's got a bit a a volume bump when you hit it but they sound terrific & they are relatively cheap too....
    I live in Northern New Hampshire, we shoot the things we don't understand here???

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    • #17
      Re: Chorus for metal

      Originally posted by Kamanda~SD View Post
      RG100 you say eh? I think an OD would be a waste of your time tbh. Overdrives really shine in front of tube amps as they 'slam' them and behave differently then when slamming a SS head..
      I used a DOD 250 with my Randell SS loved it



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      • #18
        Re: Chorus for metal

        Originally posted by Nostalgic Distortion View Post
        I actually really like my MXR MICRO CHORUS for metal tones, it's got a bit a a volume bump when you hit it but they sound terrific & they are relatively cheap too....
        I forgot about that one, now that you mention it I'll definitely check it out. I think Rob Caggiano used one, or at least used to
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