#1
what is the best chorus pedal for a simery sound similar to the sound of a double tracked guitar like brian may uses?
the price range is pretty much open ended as i will probably have a whack at actually making the pedal my self instead of buying it.

so any suggestions?
#5
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TC electronic chorus, although an expensive bastard, is probably one of the best out there. Even Eric Johnson uses it. That says a LOT.


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#7
The Small Clone by EXH is my personal favorite and at a price that could fit the most froogal guitar player's budget.
#8
Danelectro Coolcat Chorus. Just lovely
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The Small Clone by EXH is my personal favorite and at a price that could fit the most froogal guitar player's budget.


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#10
My Boss CE-5 Chorus Ensemble sounds great to me.

I've also heard many many good things about the Small Clone.
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#12
Uni-vibe

I know it's a vibrato too, but it's just brilliant.
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#13
The Electro-Harmonix Poly-Chorus has a double track function, along with chorus, flange, and filter matrix. Also, it has a tune/delay pot, and that with the chorus function may be close to what you want.
#14
Analogman Bi-Chorus is my favorite. I have tried the Voodoo Lab Analog Chorus but didn't like the bump in volume when engadged. I also bought a Visual Sounds H2O Chorus & Echo, this wa better but the footprint is huge and it doesn't really sound that great.

The Analogman Chorus's are by far the best sounding of any that I have heard.
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Small clone is good, but with one knob, it's not too versatile. It always sounds deep. You can't get a subtle sound out of it, which I usually prefer for chords n' stuff.

if you can't get a subtle sound out of it, you're definitley doing something wrong. just turn the knob around 9:00 and flip the rate down. You should be fine with that.
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#16
The old Arion SCH-1 is a fantastic sounding unit. I really dig mine. They can be found on eBay these days for under $100 usually. I have a
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There is a SCH-Z model available from Musician's Friend. It's similar sounding, although I've heard the SCH-Z is not quite on par with the SCH-1.
#17
The chorus on my VisualSound H20 is very good sounding. Soft/subtle to deep and rich to phaserish to tremeloish to underwater. Very cool.
#18
ok cheers guys, is the new dunlop univibe any good? i know its not the orignial but how will it compare?
#19
I've not tried the original, of course, but I tried the Dunlop one a few weeks ago, and it's a nice pedal! Try one out and see. And if you had 2 amps or cabs, you could use the stereo-ness of it, vibrato in one speaker, chorus in the other.

However if you're willing to shell out, I'm sure that the boutique clones are better.
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#20
on the stereo option is it possible for the chorus to wobble from speaker to speaker?


instead of a wet/dry mix?

can i put the pedal between the amp output and speaker?
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#21
I'm not sure, I didn't try it with 2 amps, I just messed with the settings. I really wish I plugged it into another amp aswell as the Hot Rod Deluxe.
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#22
ok ill look into the univibe and the TC but the problem is one is subtle and one is more noticable(although i love both) maybe ill just have to get both.