#1
I've been looking at the Electro Harmonix Neo Chorus pedal and the MXR Black Label Chorus and they both sound great but the Black Label I can get on ebay for $76 and the Neo for $66. I know it isn't a huge difference but which one is better?
#2
Id look a used voodoo lab analog chorus it should be in that range
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#5
i got a hardwire chorus pedal for $50 off craigslist.
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#7
Chorus is one of the few pedals I'd actually buy from Boss. Pretty good and very affordable.
#8
I got an EHX small clone a few years back and I love it!! I think the nano version replaced the biger pedals but do exactly the same thing, and they're pretty cheap!
#10
The only two choruses I really like are the Hardwire Chorus, and the Neo Clone. Of those, I think the Hardwire sounds way better, and is way more versatile.
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I got an EHX small clone a few years back and I love it!!

I'll second this. I personally think the 'original' style EHX pedals sound superior to the newer nano series pedals they've been releasing of late, although I've been impressed with a Memory Toy I picked up, it's great for rockabilly slapback.
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I'll second this. I personally think the 'original' style EHX pedals sound superior to the newer nano series pedals they've been releasing of late, although I've been impressed with a Memory Toy I picked up, it's great for rockabilly slapback.


how come you enjoy that pedal... it has a volume boost when engaged, makes it useless for live gigs unless you use it exclusively for solos
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By any chance do you play in a band... the only reason I'm asking is my 5150 at practice sounds not nearly as good as if I'm playing with no bass (I am next to our bass player) and was wondering if it was his volume, mine, or the amp. Thanks
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By any chance do you play in a band... the only reason I'm asking is my 5150 at practice sounds not nearly as good as if I'm playing with no bass (I am next to our bass player) and was wondering if it was his volume, mine, or the amp. Thanks


For that price, I'd take a look at a used Hardwire Chorus, very versatile and luss chorus. I don't generally find EHX's choruses too versatile. They tend to be a particular sound and only do well in that sound... but that's just me

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