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  • #16
    Re: Chorus Pedal Suggestion - Shimmery and Lush

    I do like the Dimension pedals...I love the chorus with minimal or varied modulation. As another idea, a good delay pedal with modulation, like the Vapor Trail, is a great chorus, too. Just set the delay time low, with minimal repeats, and a little modulation- instant chorus.
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    • #17
      Re: Chorus Pedal Suggestion - Shimmery and Lush

      Originally posted by Mincer View Post
      I do like the Dimension pedals...I love the chorus with minimal or varied modulation. As another idea, a good delay pedal with modulation, like the Vapor Trail, is a great chorus, too. Just set the delay time low, with minimal repeats, and a little modulation- instant chorus.
      Yeah I use my flashback x4 and my digitech delay to get chorus when I don't have my mooer hooked up. Just looking for something more specific then that I guess more premium.

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      • #18
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        Just sayin'


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        • #19
          Re: Chorus Pedal Suggestion - Shimmery and Lush

          Originally posted by Aceman View Post
          Just sayin'


          Yeah would love one or the Roland rack units, they go for a pretty penny these days. Supposebly sweet water have done ce2 and dimension toneprints for the corona chorus not sure how they stack up though

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          • #20
            Re: Chorus Pedal Suggestion - Shimmery and Lush

            I have the original of that pedal. I love the sound, but hate the lack of headroom. Hopefully, I will be able to test it against this little thing some time during the second half of this year:

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            • #21
              Re: Chorus Pedal Suggestion - Shimmery and Lush

              Originally posted by Sirion View Post
              I have the original of that pedal. I love the sound, but hate the lack of headroom. Hopefully, I will be able to test it against this little thing some time during the second half of this year:

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              That seems to be the running theme with vintage analog choruses, lack of headroom. I don't use high gain pickups but it's when using boosts and wahs that it is an issue.

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              • #22
                Re: Chorus Pedal Suggestion - Shimmery and Lush

                There are 2 Chorus Pedals I used over the decades that I really feel you can get basically anything you want.
                1) Boss CE-20. It's a double pedal and crazy lush and rich. You can program some things into it and recall those settings at will. This is a crazy amazing pedal.
                2) Boss Wazacraft CE-2W Analog Chorus. This might be the best overall sounding chorus I have ever heard anywhere. This thing is what chorus is all about. Play one and realize what you just stepped on. WOW what a pedal. It's on my board right now and forever more man.

                Honorable mention is the tc electronics Tri Chorus. It's a Toneprint pedal, it's black and fully programmable. This is one of those pedals for people who love to tinker around for hours and may never play anything but have a good time tinkering instead of playing. I owned this pedal when it came out, I pre ordered it as it is a special edition and man I had to get rid of it because I tinkered more then play. But you will find what your looking for here. Worth picking up and digging in.

                Chorus is my thing man.

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                • #23
                  Re: Chorus Pedal Suggestion - Shimmery and Lush

                  Originally posted by James Rock View Post
                  That seems to be the running theme with vintage analog choruses, lack of headroom. I don't use high gain pickups but it's when using boosts and wahs that it is an issue.

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                  It is even worse when trying to run them in the loop, where choruses generally sound the best. I love the sound of the Dimension C, but I can't make it work properly in my rig without degrading the sound too much.

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