#1
yeah pretty self explanitory
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#3
what do you mean
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#4
small clone is definately the most lush one i've tried, and it has a wide range, if that's what you mean by versitile
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#5
Analogman Bi-Chorus
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#6
sweet and how do the boss pedals fair cause they usually suck in my experience
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#7
Luscious and Versatile.

Now that that's done, The boss ones are fine, especially the recent one, but there are better for the price. The Small Clone is a great chorus to use, and I find it's a bit sturdier than the boss ones, only because of the switch. The Boss sounds great on my JSX, not so on my AC30 Head. The small clone sounds great on all of my stuff.
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#8
boss stuff in general sounds very sterile to me. The Small Clone is warm and rich and sounds gorgeous. The depth switch gives a lot of versitility too, and it's easy to operate
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#9
The chorus mode on the Fulltone Deja Vibe. Go and try one and tell me that's not luscious!
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#11
^ I'd love one of those... The chorus circuitry of the Roland Jazz Chorus I belive.
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^ I'd love one of those... The chorus circuitry of the Roland Jazz Chorus I belive.

indeed it is, my mates got one and its so nice, i always ask him if i can use it at gigs but he never lets me
#14
^ Lucky sod!
I've seen a couple in "Guitarist" classifieds, but they're anything from £50-300. I'll try and get one for £50 sometime
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#15
My friend's got a Boss CE-20, it's good for bass and very tweakable, but I don't like it at all with any electric...

So Small Clone ftw.
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#16
Id dont get why they stopped making the ce-1 if its so good...it pisses me off so much...
They do this with so many things, or they just change the parts (fuzz face anyone?) and everyone wants the old one...so just ****ing make the old one instead of making ****ty products....

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but anyway, id say small clone is really lushious, but I definitely wouldnt say its the best EVER. Its good and its relatively cheap, and for most of us on UG, its the best weve played, but like RHCP said, the fulltone is most definitely better. Ive never played it, but it IS fulltone and theyve pretty much always made good products. Im also sure there are many other boutique pedals out there that are much better than the small clone.
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#17
Ibanez CS-9 is amazing, owns the Small Clone in every way IMO. The Voodoo Labs Analog Chorus is class too, but has a big volume boost and carries alot of background hiss I found, I played direct into an amp though, maybe placing in an FX Loop would help. Theres a whole range of awesome boutique chorus pedals, really hard to try out though. Then theres the legendary TC Electronic Chorus pedal, Eric Johnston, Joe Bonnamassa use them, a great endorsment IMO.
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#18
I played the EHX PolyChorus through my VJ and creamed myself. It's the most versatile, because it has all the features of the small clone, and then some extras.
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#19
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It's THE chorus pedal.
It sounds sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo freakin aweeeesome
Seriously dude, there are other ones, but this one is THE one
its like 250 bucks though, but you get what you pay for.
it has flange too
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