#1
Okay, so I'm in the market for a new chorus. REQ'd the amp, adjusted pickup heights, thicker strings, and I still have a thinnish-sounding clean channel.

That and I just want a chorus

So, what do you guys recommend? I'm thinking the EHX Small Clone or Nano Clone....

Opinions are welcome. And................

GO!

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#2
CE-5 or CE-2

But the Small Clone is nice too.

If your sound is too thin, why aren't you considering a reverb?
#3
Small clone...and it's pretty cheap too.....don't get the nano version though
#4
What's wrong with the Nano version?

I was just tryingto save a few bucks, as I'll have to get me a patch cable to go along with it.

Is there a major tonal difference in the Nano version compared to the regular?

FlyingBeerman, I'm doing the chorus over the reverb because I'm looking to not add ambience, but to beef up the sound a touch.
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#5
How much is your budjet? And yeah, the nano really doesn't sound the same as the origanal.
#6
Nano doesn't have the win switch as the regular, but the Small Clone should serve you well.
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How much is your budjet? And yeah, the nano really doesn't sound the same as the origanal.

I didn't have a budget until recently, due to a family situation that arose.

Now it's around 150 USD and down.
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#9
You can get an EHX small clone for $80, it will work great for you.

However, if you invest the $160(i think) in an MXR Stereo Chorus you will experience pretty much the best chorus available at the moment. All analog, true bypass, has bass and treble knobs. Has a filter button to only add chorus to the mid-high to high frequencies. Three other control knobs, and finally, can be run in stereo.

It will nail ANY chorus effect flawlessly. I tried one and I was literally blown away. Unfortunately I will probably end up with the Small clone as I don't have alot of money, and I need to set some aside for an MXR 10 band eq.

The small clone is great, but the MXR chorus is fantastic, lush, and orgasmic. You should at least try one.
#10
try the visual sound liquid chorus. Its a great chorus pedal.
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#11
Hmmmmm.......

Looking into further options: What about the H20? I've heard good things about it...

EDIT: beaten to my own question

So now my options are the Small Clone and the Liquid chorus I suppose.......

Now. Which is better than the other? Sadly GC doesn't stock the H2O, or so I've seen....
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Last edited by stratman_13 at Oct 22, 2008,
#12
liquid chorus digitech hardwire
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