#1
I am in the market for a good sounding, durable chorus. Im new to effects and such, but I do hear the boss chorus is decent, if not, what are some other options?

Suggestions?
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#2
The Boss chorus is decent, but not blow your doors off fantastic. If you want a really great chorus get the Fulltone Choral Flange. You don't get much better unless you're looking at a vintage Boss CE-1 (or CH-1, I forget the model number).
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#3
I have a Digi PDS2715 that has an INSANE sounding distortion, as well as a great sounding chorus in one box.

They're out of production but if you can grab one on ebay I highly suggest you do. Both effects sound great.
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#4
I love my Biyang CH8. they make surprisingly good pedals to say they're not hugely well known outside of China. Check YouTube for some sound samples.
#5
Quote by VoodooCow229
The Boss chorus is decent, but not blow your doors off fantastic. If you want a really great chorus get the Fulltone Choral Flange. You don't get much better unless you're looking at a vintage Boss CE-1 (or CH-1, I forget the model number).


Im definitley a fulltone fan after trying their OD. Ill look for some clips, thanks.
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#6
Look at an Electro Harmonix Small Clone. Also if you want a flanger, check out an Ibanez CF-7.
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#10
if you dont plan on using high gain in combination with his pedal, the ibanez cs9 is a very good chorus pedal
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#11
mxr stereo chorus.
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#12
I am also in the market for a great chorus. I simply cant decide on whether to get the carl martin classic chorus, or the fulltone. Both sound briliant; add NO noise whatsoever to your signal, and are really warm and lovely sounding. The culltone has the advantage of the mix knob, but it is a lot more expensive. But yeah try out those two. I have tried the EH, and as much a fan I am of some of their pedals, I dont find it that sweet. Wuite limited soundwise, and a slight bit noisy. Seems to cut a little volume too.

so:
this: http://www.thomann.de/dk/carl_martin_classic_chorus.htm
or
this: http://www.thomann.de/dk/fulltone_choralflange.htm
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