#1
I am interested in upgrading my chorus pedal. I have EHX Small Clone, but I find it limiting in what I can use it. I tried the MXR Stereo Chorus and I really liked the chorus through 2 amps.

Some pedals that have caught my attention are Arion SCH-Z modified, MXR Stereo Chorus, TC Electronic SCF, Maxon PAC-9 and Boss CE-2w.

I do not have access to try most of the pedals so I would have to buy blind from the internet. Which stereo chorus would you recommend?
#2
the visual sound h20 is stereo friendly, and has a decent delay too. I have the V1. In the US they can be found for under $80 on the used market.
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#3
I got delay. I am also willing to spend a bit more and buy new. I think I could spend 250-300 Euro on this pedal.
#4
i like the red witch empress chorus a lot. i loved it when i demo'd but i didn't want to drop that much on a pedal at the time. however i must say that i haven't tried it in stereo.
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the visual sound h20 is stereo friendly, and has a decent delay too. I have the V1. In the US they can be found for under $80 on the used market.

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#6
MXR Analog Chorus is worth a look, but it might be too similar to the stereo chorus.
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#7
I really liked the MXR Stereo Chorus. The Analog Chorus is not as good. I am only reluctant to buy the stereo Chorus as it is 18v while a 9v pedal would be more convenient. Similarity the TC Electronic SCF. The other pedals I have not tried but are highly reviewed.
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the visual sound h20 is stereo friendly, and has a decent delay too. I have the V1. In the US they can be found for under $80 on the used market.

I'll add another vote for the H2O, even if you don't want the delay/echo the chorus on it is amazing, IMHO. I don't generally use a lot of chorus but I find reasons to use the H2O. Version 1 has been my favorite thus far.
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#9
So how does the H2O compare to the MXR Stereo Chorus? As this is the pedal that I really liked.

Another thing that is worrying me is that I am going to use the pedal with 2 different amps. Do I need something with a transformer on either channel to avoid ground loops?
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So how does the H2O compare to the MXR Stereo Chorus? As this is the pedal that I really liked.


I like the h2o a lot, the v1 is BBD which is getting harder to find. the delay is just a little bonus, and it is pretty good as well.
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I'll add another vote for the H2O, even if you don't want the delay/echo the chorus on it is amazing, IMHO. I don't generally use a lot of chorus but I find reasons to use the H2O. Version 1 has been my favorite thus far.


I love my V1 but I haven't tried others. Danny thinks the newer versions are better. I cannot confirm myself.
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#12
Gab_Azz Strymon Ola - it's by far the best sounding chorus and vibrato pedal I've heard, but it's very expensive.
#13
reverb66 I would like to go for an analog delay, not because I am a die hard analog guy, but I would like to have low current pedals.

I am not sure if I explained myself correctly. I really like the MXR Stereo Chorus. The TC SCF is also sweet. But, these pedals are not standard 9V so I would like to find a 9V pedal alternative to the MXR Stereo Chorus. I am not sure that the Maxon and the BOSS are able to deliver the wideness of the MXR in stereo. I tried using a TC Corona Chorus but could not get the wide stereo chorus I achieved with the MXR.