#1
Hi there. Im actually searching for a chorus that alouds me to use it rythmically and give me a rich choral sound but also a good lead tone. Something like John McLaughlin. Im planing to use it with a hollowbody guitar to play some jazz fusion and I dont have the time to try 20 or so pedals. Any help would be really appreciated.
Fender Telecaster Thin Line

(For playing fusion as a solo project)
Ernie Ball VP Jr
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Korg DT-10 Tuner
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Mxr Phase 90
Electro Harmonix Small Clone
Boss DD6 Digital Delay
#2
Budget?
If you wanna go cheap, get a small cone, it's cheap and very straight foward
#3
Budget is up to 200 bucks.
Fender Telecaster Thin Line

(For playing fusion as a solo project)
Ernie Ball VP Jr
Vox Wah
Korg DT-10 Tuner
Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer
Mxr Phase 90
Electro Harmonix Small Clone
Boss DD6 Digital Delay
#4
Dano Cool Cat Chorus. it's my favourite chorus out of all the ones i've tried
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#5
If you can find a used one or stretch your budget, the TC Stereo Chorus/Flanger is my favorite.
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#7
Deffo the Analogman Chorus with the deep switch. Maybe a CE-2 if you're on a budget.
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