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  • formula73
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    Originally posted by Aceman View Post
    Because
    This is the right answer.

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  • Aceman
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    Because

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  • formula73
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    Why

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  • Aceman
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    Originally posted by Francois View Post
    ANd how is the grey Ibanez Chorus/Flanger ? Any connection with their yellow FL301 or FL301 DX ? (for the flanger part I mean)
    Not really. The CF sounds are basic modern Phase and Flange, plus crazy sound mode for each. Totally usable stuff in every way though....

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  • Mincer
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    Above 4 stages, a phaser stops sounding like a phaser to me.

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  • Francois
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    ANd how is the grey Ibanez Chorus/Flanger ? Any connection with their yellow FL301 or FL301 DX ? (for the flanger part I mean)

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  • Aceman
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    The VFE is a whole different beast. The thing has 2, 3, 4 stages, Phase/vibrato, both, and you can mod the center and speed and out of phase degree. It is for phase sculpting. A Block Phase 90, is, well, a block. It's like a radio stuck on one station playing 4 or 5 Bon Jovi songs. VFE is like Pink Floyd jamming on stuff in your living room live. They might play anything.

    I really dig the three stage setting. Its really super-overkill insanity for me.

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  • dave74
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    What are your thoughts on the vfe after having it for awhile now? How does it's general tone compare with the 90?
    What I mean is,,,,; Is it more on the thick and swooshy side, or is it more bright and metallic at higher settings?

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  • Aceman
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    TS7 is a great Screamer with a hot switch
    CF7 is a great chorus / flanger plus the wacked settings
    DE7 is an underrated classic delay

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  • Demanic
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    I have a TS-7, proud to say that I got it for $20 at a yard sale. It's a great pedal. The "hot" setting will do metal into an edge of break up amp.

    Sent from my SM-A115A using Tapatalk

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  • Mincer
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    I still have a TS-7 Tube Screamer, which might be my favorite TS pedal. Now, the SD 805 does the TS thing better, but the TS-7 is my favorite of the Ibanez ones I've tried.

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  • ErikH
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    I don't have that many pedals in total of everything. Those Ibanez Tone Lok pedals are actually really good. I had a DE-7 that kicked butt. Sold it when I sold everything but my amp and cables.

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  • Aceman
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    Originally posted by Mincer View Post
    The Chorus Factory may just be the best, most unknown chorus pedal out there. Sounds great, and it is dead quiet.
    I agree. I f there is a chorus sound you can't make with that, I have no idea what it is.

    You get models of these sounds that are good to start with;

    MODEL 1: DigiTech Multi-Chorus
    MODEL 2: Voodoo LabAnalog Chorus (<- Handles the BOSS CE-2 sound)
    MODEL 3: TC Electronic Stereo Chorus Flanger
    MODEL 4: Fulltone Choralflange™
    MODEL 5: Boss Super Chorus
    MODEL 6: Electro-Harmonix Small Clone
    MODEL 7: Boss 5 Chorus Ensemble

    And then...Always wish you had a little more control of the EHX Small Clone?


    This setting recreates the chorus effect of Electro Harmonix Small Clone
    Its lush grunge tone still remains a favorite of pros for its multi dimensional
    personality.
    LEVEL – Controls the effect output level. Turn clockwise for more effect,
    or counter-clockwise for less effect.
    CNTRL 1 (EQ) – Adjusts the high frequencies of the effect. Turn clock-
    wise for brighter tone, or counter-clockwise for softer, more diffuse tone.
    SPEED (Rate) – Controls the rate that the chorus modulates. Turn
    clockwise to increase the rate. Turn counter-clockwise to decrease the
    rate.
    CNTRL 2 (Pre Delay) – Determines the amount of offset between the
    two signals that create the modulation effect. Turn clockwise for a looser
    chorus effect, or counter-clockwise for a tighter, more flanger-like effect.
    DEPTH – Controls the intensity of the chorus effect. Turn the knob
    counter-clockwise for a subtle effect. Turn the knob clockwise for a
    richer, deeper, processed sound.
    CNTRL 3 (Stereo Width) – Controls the perceived width of the
    stereo effect. Turn clockwise for a wider sound, or counter-clockwise for
    a narrower sound. This control only affects the sound when both outputs
    are used.

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  • Bogner
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    Sell all but three and buy a Free the Tone Future Factory and or Flight Time.

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  • Mincer
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    The Chorus Factory may just be the best, most unknown chorus pedal out there. Sounds great, and it is dead quiet.

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