#1
i play rock and blues. i have an epiphone les paul and a B-52 LS100 half stack. im looking into buying a chorus pedal for a better clean sound for blues soloing and to add some interesting effects to my distortion. i was looking on guitar centers website and i saw the digitech hardwire CR-7 stereo chorus seemed pretty good. i plan on spending some time at the store testing out pedals but what can you guys suggest for me. any help is appreciated.
My gear
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
B-52 LS100 Half Stack
Dunlop SW30 Slash Signature Wah
Digitech Hardwire CR-7 Stereo Chorus
Digitech Hardwire DL-8 Delay/Looper
Boss BD-2 Blues Driver
Fender CD220CE Acoustic
#2
**** man i was just at the store i saw some amazing pedals with my epiphone lp to but i didnt buy them
u shud of this earlier :P
#3
Go used, the voodoolab analog chorus is a sweet handmade ce-1 clone, do your homeworks and you'll understand what this is about, sweet deals used.
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#4
Quote by Gäbe
Go used, the voodoolab analog chorus is a sweet handmade ce-1 clone, do your homeworks and you'll understand what this is about, sweet deals used.

i think you mean CE2.

but there are lots of really cool chorus pedals out there, but chances are you're going to have to go either boutique or used. like Gäbe said, the Voodoo labs analog chrous is a really nice chorus. some other nice chorus pedals:
Analogman Chorus
Ibanez CS9 stereo Chorus
Homebrew Electronics THC
Retro Sonic Stereo Chorus
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Lolz that guy is a noob.

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Last edited by Jhachey22 at Aug 30, 2009,
#5
Look for an old ibanez rotary chorus they are orgasmic
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#6
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