r4sha
Tab Contributor
Join date: Apr 2010
80 IQ
#1
I'm Looking for Chorus Pedal To Play Britpop/Britrock Music such as Oasis, Stone Roses, The Smiths, Suede, The Cure, James, Happy Mondays, Shed Seven, etc.
I know that Johnny Marr using Boss CE2.
Are there any Chorus Pedal out there that sound similar ?
Charvel1995
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Join date: Sep 2010
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#2
Check out the TC Corona Chorus.

Great sound, and the TonePrint feature allows you to download presets made by famous artists, something is sure to be close to what you want.

Also, the TonePrint Editor is coming out soonish I believe, allowing you to tweak the pedal to your standards,
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Swannie
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Join date: Jun 2009
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#3
I'd love to be able to get the tone of The Cure's "Push."
"The man that hath no music in himself, nor is not moved with concord of sweet sounds, is fit for treasons, stratagems, and spoils. The motions of his spirit are dull as night, and his affections dark as Erebus. Let no such man be trusted."
r4sha
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Join date: Apr 2010
80 IQ
#4
Quote by Charvel1995
Check out the TC Corona Chorus.

Great sound, and the TonePrint feature allows you to download presets made by famous artists, something is sure to be close to what you want.

Also, the TonePrint Editor is coming out soonish I believe, allowing you to tweak the pedal to your standards,


Thnks bro I'll check it out
Other Suggestion ?
What about analogman chorus ?
is it good ?
Last edited by r4sha at Jan 29, 2013,
gerraguitar
Registered User
Join date: Dec 2011
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#8
Quote by r4sha

What about analogman chorus ?
is it good ?


Anything by Aman is top notch, in my opinion

but if you wanna save some money the Aman chorus was based on the Electro Harmonix Small Clone. I use it and love it
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Dave_Mc
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Join date: Mar 2005
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#9
the mooer chorus is supposedly a direct ce2 clone. you can get it direct from china for like $44.
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Dwyer92
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Join date: Mar 2011
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#10
John Squire of The Stone Roses used an Ibanez CS9. Re-issues cost like £140 ish.
bigblockelectra
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Join date: Nov 2007
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#12
I posted this in a similar topic:

I have a small clone and an Ibanez cs-9. I would go for the cs-9.

The small clone sounds good and has a wider range for rate, but has a lot of "waste" settings past 12 oclock on the knob, that are just too extreme/leslie (for me). For normal music, most of the high depth settings are useless past 12 oclock (too wavy) and the low depth "come as you are" setting can more or less be made with the cs-9. The small clone does not have any adjustment for depth, there is just a high depth/low depth dip switch. I think you may get a little more bass from the small clone, but I use it so infrequently that I don't really remember.

The cs-9 is a stereo pedal, it sounds good but is probably a little brighter, it is half the size of the small clone, and the inputs/outputs are on the sides of the pedal. It also has independent controls for width and rate.

The small clone is annoying in a pedal chain with its rear input/output.

I bought my CS9 for less than $100 brand new (reissue) about 4 or 5 years ago. I got the small clone for $35 from a hipster craigslist guy in Seattle.

I have not tried any other chorus pedals, but it seems like there are other choices that have a lot more settings that you can dial in. The two I have are fairly limited.