#1
Looking to buy a chorus pedal, something like a boss chorus ensemble. any offers will be appreciated.
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I just started writing a metal solo, and so far I have:

*Hit Lead Button On Mesa*
*Spread legs to width of 160cm*
*Perform facial expression akin to that of having a woodpecker chip away at your rectum*
*Practice scales*


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#2
Check out the Deltalab CH1 chorus pedal.

I found it to be much more transparent then the Boss pedals. I believe you can buy them for $50-$60 which is an absolute steal.
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#3
nice one, what do you think they will be in GB £?
Quote by Stugg334
I just started writing a metal solo, and so far I have:

*Hit Lead Button On Mesa*
*Spread legs to width of 160cm*
*Perform facial expression akin to that of having a woodpecker chip away at your rectum*
*Practice scales*


My greencaster =)
#4
No clue.
1979 Gibson Les Paul Silverburst
James Tyler Variax JTV89
Schecter C1 Classic
Ibanez RG520QS
Greg Bennett Torino TR4

Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier
GSP1101 & Pod X3 Pro
Peavey 5150 & JSX
Bugera 6262 & 333XL
Carvin V3
Spider Valve HD100
#5
danelectro cool cat, true bypass unlike nasty boss's, cheaper and they sound excellent, much more flexible too, it has a mix knob for wet/dry signal and you can change the briteness of the chorus, plus they are built like tanks, excellent pedals.
#6
nice one, i think i will go for the danelectro, i had a look on ebay last nhight and they werent expensive and i like the ability to choose how wet/dry the effect is.
Quote by Stugg334
I just started writing a metal solo, and so far I have:

*Hit Lead Button On Mesa*
*Spread legs to width of 160cm*
*Perform facial expression akin to that of having a woodpecker chip away at your rectum*
*Practice scales*


My greencaster =)
#7
also check out the tonerider one, it's very nice. The dano is probably worth a look, too, though i haven't tried it.

i don't think you can get those deltalab pedals here, but i could be wrong.
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#8
I've seen many suggest the EHX Small Clone Chorus pedal. I've personally not tried it but I've heard great things about it.
#9
VISUAL SOUND H20
its a chorus and a delay
in ONE PEDAL
oh my god
how is that even possible?
that's crazy. dont buy it. weird shit will go down.
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#10
Get the hardwire chorus pedal from digitech. http://www.guitarcenter.com/DigiTech-Hardwire-Series-CR-7-Chorus-Guitar-Effects-Pedal-105018626-i1410006.gc

Its a little expensive. But its epic. I have one, and its amazing. I have some of the cool cats pedals, and they dont even compare to the hardwire pedals imo
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#12
Quote by theraven871
Check out the Deltalab CH1 chorus pedal.

I found it to be much more transparent then the Boss pedals. I believe you can buy them for $50-$60 which is an absolute steal.


this. gc reg price is $49.99. amazing pedal.
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#13
If you've got some money to throw around I'd suggest the Hardwire stereo chorus. It's more flexible than anyone could typically expect from a pedal.
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#14
Carl Martin Classic Chorus!

its awsome, vintage sounding chorus/vibrato, deffinately worth the money, seems pretty sturdy too, and the level knob is great for boosting the amp into overdrive
around £90 i think when i got it, but look online to check