#1
So I just received an electro-harmonix nano holy grail reverb. I love it and it is great. I feel like my tone is missing something and I can't decide on whether to buy a chorus or a flange.

Chorus would be an ehx small clone.

Flange is undecided.

Basically which should come first?
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#2
I'm more of a fan of thick sounding choruses so I'd recommend the EHX Small Clone, but depends on what you are playing. I just see Choruses as more casual in your playing than Flange but that's totally relative.
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#3
Thats what I was thinking. Is the small clone a good choice for chorus?
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#4
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Thats what I was thinking. Is the small clone a good choice for chorus?


It is, although what is your budget and type of chorus you're looking for? (Thin boosts for solo or thick and deep for cleans?)
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#5
I am hoping to spend no more than 100-110 american. im looking for a chorus for clean chords. almost like the beginning of pull me under
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#6
I'm currently hearing Dream Theater. I jammed that song with my cousins on Guitar Hero a few hours ago too!

Anyway, get the EHX Small Clone.
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#7
On the other hand, if you know what you are doing it's a lot easier to make a flanger sound like a chorus than make a chorus sound like a flanger. I guess at the end of the day it really comes down to what you need more. You can get a chorussy sound out of a flanger but it will never be quite as good as an actual chorus.
I'd say the flanger is more versatile than a chorus if you spend the time to learn how to drive it fully but again, it really depends on what you need most. I used an Ibanez FL-9 for years before I bought an actual chorus and got away with it.
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#8
so would a small stone be able to achieve that chorusy intro to pull me under?

edit: small clone not small stone
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Last edited by TheNextJimi at Dec 25, 2009,