#1
I was thinking about getting one, but I'm not sure what kind to get.

I was thinking about the Boss CEB-3.

I don't have too much to spend, so no more than $100 is you request something...
#3
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Get the Digitech chorus. It's loads better than the Boss, and about the same price.

I was looking at that as well, but I wasn't sure. I'll look more in depth.
#4
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I was looking at that as well, but I wasn't sure. I'll look more in depth.

it is a really cool chorus that digitech.

I'd highly suggest trying one.

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#5
I've tried out the digitech in a shop and it was great, go with that.

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#6
The digitech is a wonderful chorus pedal--amazing sound for the price. I love my Digitech and probably overuse it.
#7
I haven't used one, but I heard they're good. mostly from you guys
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#9
I use an EHX Clone Theory - not perfect, and alittle noisey, but does the job well
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#10
Boss CE-5, same as the bass one (EXACTLY), but it has a hi filter knob aswell as low.
#11
The Digitech Chorus I find is rather cold sounding, in any of its settings. While this is neither good nor bad, it doesn't give much variation, the Boss CEB-3, however can sound a little cold (nowhere near close to the Digitech though) or really warm.

I use an old handmade DOD 460 Chorus pedal, that is a nice spot between the two pedals, but can be really warm if I roll the depth down to 9 o'clock or below and have the speed just about 2 or 3.

anyway, try em both out, see which one you prefer, but bear in mind the Digitech chorus will stand out more and be much more noticeable than the boss pedal, which could be good or bad.
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#12
I'm not a fan of most chorus pedals, cold and sterile to my ears. I love my EHX Electric Mistress though, very warm sound to it.
#13
I use a good old fashioned small clone, courtesy of a tip from our own ScottB, its nice and warm, but you dont have laods of control over it.
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I use a good old fashioned small clone, courtesy of a tip from our own ScottB, its nice and warm, but you dont have laods of control over it.


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