#1
Simple question... Aside from the EHX Electric Mistress, what are some other Chorus+Flanger pedals? I love the swirly, multi-dimensional sound the Electric Mistress has, but I want to know if there's anything else like it. This is out of curiosity, don't ask for budget, styles, etc., because I'm in the research stage right now and want to consider all posibilities.
Schecter Gryphon; Ibanez AEG20E
Peavey Rage 158 ; TRAYNOR YCS50
EHX Big Muff Pi; Dunlop CryBaby GCB-95 (modded); MXR M-108 10-band; DigiTech JamMan Looper
#2
EHX Polychorus/Polyflange (I'm pretty sure they're the same thing, or very similar)
Most flangers can get some sort of chorus sounds going with the right settings.
Last edited by littlephil at Jun 10, 2010,
#3
TC Electronics Chorus+
Fulltone Choralflange (discontinued)
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#4
its better to buy separate pedals, specially for better sounds but either the tc electronics chorus/Flanger or the Ibanez CF7.
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#5
Alright thanks, i forgot about the Choralflange, and I'll look into the TC and Ibanez pedals.
Schecter Gryphon; Ibanez AEG20E
Peavey Rage 158 ; TRAYNOR YCS50
EHX Big Muff Pi; Dunlop CryBaby GCB-95 (modded); MXR M-108 10-band; DigiTech JamMan Looper
#6
I bought one from a not so known pedal make called GF. On ebay. Costed 60 bucks shipped sounds okay. But I would rather have seperate pedals.
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#7
also, tc electronic SCF (stereo chorus flanger), it's a classic.
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