#1
Im planning out which Chorus and Flanger pedals to add to my rig. I want both to have a deep, warm sound that will make my cleans sound nice and wet (I play shoegaze/post punk/post rock). For chorus, Ive been looking into trying out the MXR Stereo Chorus and the EHX Clone Theory (although in the PGS demo of the XO Clone Theory, the pedal seems to add a bit of grit to the tone, which I do not want), and for the flanger Ive been thinking about the EHX Deluxe Electric Mistress. Any other suggestions or thoughts on these? Id prefer to keep it under $150 per pedal
Board:
Pitchblack - Fulltone Octafuzz - Hardwire OD - Blakemore Effects Deus Ex Machina - MXR Micro Chorus - Diamond Memory Lane Jr - EHX SMMH - Neunaber Wet
#2
The Ehx Electric Mistress is a Pretty nice pedal for the $$.
___________________________
Playing on some new gear....review to follow
#3
i just got the small clone yesterday and absolutely love it. you can play with the depth by tweaking the innards (or so i read, haven't tried yet)... as per flange, I used to have the Boss one which I thought was an ok flanger for the price. A bassier tone...
#4
the MXR chorus is amazing!! get it
GEAR
ESP LTD Alexi-200
Blackstar HT-5 Mini Halfstack
Squier Affinity Strat
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Line 6 Uber Metal
#5
the fulltone choralflange is imo the ultimate shoegaze chorus pedal. the flanging is pretty decent as well. prefer it to the electric mistress (which sounds horribly tinny and metallic). the chorusing on the choralflange is a lot thicker than the small clone and goes really nicely with reverb. can get pretty intense and wobbly too.
it can also do those really dry-sounding chorus tones with the delay up, which you hear quite a bit in post punk music.
#7
boss ce-2 chorus and mxr flanger or if you like the ada flanger sound better get the ibanez paul gilbert airplane flanger
Member of the Schecter Hellraisers
Gear:
Esp Ltd KH-603, Schecter c-1+ and Epiphone Les Pauls
Carvin amps, Sperzel Trim-Lok, Emg active pickups only, Tonepros bridges.
#8
for flanger go with the MXR Eddy Van Halen model
GEAR
ESP LTD Alexi-200
Blackstar HT-5 Mini Halfstack
Squier Affinity Strat
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Line 6 Uber Metal
#9
i like my tc electronic scf for chorus and flange(chorus on it is better than the flange). my old roommate got a vintage ada flanger that made me chunk my pants, it's amazing. and for chorus... hehe... how about a boss ce-1?
punk isn't dead, it's always smelled that way.

"A perfection of means, and confusion of aims, seems to be our main problem."
-ae
#10
ive always liked the sound of the ibanez fl-9. to be fair ive never actually tried it (i think i have seen it in a store once) but i have heard it live and the clips ive listened to sound very nice. i know that people out there like it, so i figure id throw it in the ring.
#12
Quote by jof1029
ive always liked the sound of the ibanez fl-9. to be fair ive never actually tried it (i think i have seen it in a store once) but i have heard it live and the clips ive listened to sound very nice. i know that people out there like it, so i figure id throw it in the ring.


Agreed. They sound awesome, especially for the price they go for used. I've actually owned one TS. It got traded in though caus I don't use flange all that much. The Maxon is even better but for the price I'd rather look for an old A/DA.
E-peen:
Rhodes Gemini
Fryette Ultra Lead
Peavey 6505
THD Flexi 50

Gibson R0 Prototype
EBMM JP13 Rosewood
Fender CS Mary Kaye

WTLT

(512) Audio Engineering - Custom Pedal Builds, Mods and Repairs
#13
Choralflange. You've got both pedals in one, and it's definitely cheaper than 300$. They've been discontinued though, so you'll have to go used.
#16
Oh god, how did I miss that... It's the new threads history option, thought it was a new thread. My bad.