Looking for the most amazing true stereo Chorus pedal to come along in years? Look no further than the single pedal Liquid Chorus from Truetone. Wonderfully voiced for electric, acoustic, or bass guitar, using pure analog circuitry, the Liquid Cho...
At 20:19 in this video interview from Premier Guitar, Larry Carlton talks about his Liquid Chorus. “But now we're up here in the chorus you know this Liquid Chorus. I open my show with the Lord's Prayer every night, and so I liked it to get the beautiful chorus going and some delay and really create a solo guitar atmosphere for the audience for the very opening of the show. So yeah, this has been clean and sounds wonderful…”more
And I quote "I use an Ibanez RG270DX for drop d, an Epiphone Black Beauty for standard and drop d, a Squier Showmaster for DGCFAD, an Ibanez Iceman for drop c#, and an LTD EC-256 for BEADGB a Peavy 6505 and a Marshall MG412AC and my pedal board a Dunlop Crybaby, a Digitech Whammy, a Boss PSM5, a Boss OD-2, a Boss MT-2, a MXR EVH Phase 90, a Boss PH-3, a Visual Sound Liquid Chorus, a MXR Jimi Hendrix Univibe, a Boss DD-3 and sometimes a MXR Micro Flanger and Way Huge Russian Pickle."more
Looking for the most amazing true stereo Chorus pedal to come along in years? Look no further than the single pedal Liquid Chorus from Truetone. Wonderfully voiced for electric, acoustic, or bass guitar, using pure analog circuitry, the Liquid Chorus is soon to become a must for every player who wants their sound to stand out from all the rest. Use the Depth knob to set the overall style of Chorus (from light to lush) and the user-friendly knobs to adjust however you want your chorus to sound. Unlike H2O, the second output of Liquid Chorus is a “true stereo” output for extremely spacious sounds when used with two amps, a PA system, or when recording.
Works great on bass too!
I am conscient that there's a lot of better choruses out there, but this one is cheap, easy to set and solid as rock. I pay like 100 bucks for mine (in Mexico) and I don't need another chorus sound really. At some points, nice rotary sounds.
I would repeat the same feedback I read from it: we know that there are more appealing and attractive choruses in the market. However, sometimes I find some settings with this little blue here which are so distinctive and warm... I had some moments in recording sessions which other guitarists and the studio tech also got surprised with the results. It is not always that I get this amazing impression from it. I think that it "wins the game" against some other choruses when you really want to tweak the tone with lot of effect.