When recording, or playing for that matter, can a chorus be used on its 'lowest speed' to add a bit of chunk?
Does anyone else use this? Because i find a chorus makes the sound a bit fatter. Is it a good method?
Thanks, Tom

EDIT: Sorry. highest speed 10m/s it is on POD Farm
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Last edited by richyt93 at Jul 5, 2010,
Sure you can, I like to do that when I record bass di.

Just make sure the speed is super super slow (or super high, whichever sounds better), and maybe keep the amount turned down. If you do it on rhythm guitar, you have got to do it subtly.

If you can find a way to get your tone that fatness then do it, but I doubt on a pod it will be easy or the results will be as good.