#2
Define "too much money"...

I'd say EHX Small Clone, but I don't really know that much about chorus.
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#5
i have a danelectro fab chorus, and i can get some really good sounds out of it. theres better ones out there though. i have an ehx small clone too and it sounds even better (the fab still sounds good though) but somethings wrong with the switch so i dont use it much. i would suggest going with the fab. its cheap, and if you use it a lot and dont care for it, you can always upgrade when your budget expands.
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i have a danelectro fab chorus, and i can get some really good sounds out of it. theres better ones out there though. i have an ehx small clone too and it sounds even better (the fab still sounds good though) but somethings wrong with the switch so i dont use it much. i would suggest going with the fab. its cheap, and if you use it a lot and dont care for it, you can always upgrade when your budget expands.


+1 for the dano, good pedal for the price, though, if you have the money, go for the small clone
#9
ig ot my mij green label boss ce-2 for 5 bucks at a yard sale, just gotta look and youll be suprised what youll find
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#10
i'd suggest you buy less pedals and spend more if you want some quality, i fell in love with the small clone and bought it, but i spent a lot more money on my wah than i first intended to, same goes for a few of my pedals.. don't hesitate with the price of pedals, you get what you pay for
that said, i do suggest the small clone because it's the one i adore =)
#11
If you dont care if its a digital chorus then the lower priced pedals will do. But if you want analog then not gonna find a "good" cheap 1. Its better to buy fewer higher quality pedals than more not so good ones.
#12
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i consider 70 bucks alot of money since im trying to get as many pedals as possibles

A lot of cheap (****ty) pedals <<<< a few good ones.
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#13
fender starcaster chorus.

sounds ****ing great and its $45 at your local best buy/target.
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#14
Quote by Harvesterofsrrw
ig ot my mij green label boss ce-2 for 5 bucks at a yard sale, just gotta look and youll be suprised what youll find


amen bro.

...and IMO the EHX stereo clone theory is pretty BA if you don't want to go the small stone route.
#15
Quote by Raijouta
Define "too much money"...

I'd say EHX Small Clone, but I don't really know that much about chorus.


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#16
boss ce-5 or ehx small clone. best choruses for the bucks. i liked the ce-5 better, but never really played a small clone a lot. i played one for 2 minutes and left the store because i wasn't there for a chorus XD.
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#18
Dano Fab Chorus - $15
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#19
dod chorus fx65 should be cheap < $20 used, and they sound pretty good.

Search eBay, there are quite a few.
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#20
look at the EHX electric mistress stereo
chorus and flanger for $118.00 and it's a pretty nice pedal to boot!
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#21
Quote by mmjohn
look at the EHX electric mistress stereo
chorus and flanger for $118.00 and it's a pretty nice pedal to boot!


I thought the EM was just a flange? or do you mean that in the "chorus and flange are essentially the same effect" kinda way?