The classic chorus! Analog chorus pedal popularized by Kurt Cobain. The finest analog chorus sounds: from clear, rich and dimensional to warm pulsating warbles, can be intensified with the Depth Co... read more
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The classic chorus! Analog chorus pedal popularized by Kurt Cobain. The finest analog chorus sounds: from clear, rich and dimensional to warm pulsating warbles, can be intensified with the Depth Control. Simple tweaks generate exciting doubling effects. Chiming 12-string tone, or Leslie-like warbles.
- Luxurious analog chorus effects
- Depth switch
- Single rate knob
- Solid nickel steel case
- Operates on a 9V battery or AC adapter
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Great quality and aesthetics, very simple to use; but not limited when it comes to sound. Only con is the clic when you activate the pedal, but it's only when you have just plugged the pedal to AC; just push it on the soundcheck and you won't have any trouble on the show.
i dont know why people just use chorus for clean shit, its all about the Lifeson Rush distorted / fuzz'd chorus sound, man, listen to those power chords, or like how David Gilmour used his Mistress on The Wall and etc. you can make it sound like Nirvana too, but you can also make it have a Leslie Beatles Sgt Pepper's era tone thats unreal with arpeggios. the best chorus pedal in the fuckin world. I also can mimic the vibrato on Born to Run beautifully
i already wrote a review, but play it again sam
It's an unreal chorus that is best sounding when used on distorted or fuzzy tones, at least for me. You can nail that Alex Lifeson post 1977 Rush sound from Hemispheres and Motion Pictures here. You can also nail the Electric Mistress sound from the Pink Floyd records (the sound of the Mistress on those Wall and Animals records was much more confined and not so swirly and out of control sounding, it would give a truly dated sounding 80s Flanger sound if used stupidly, which Gilmour DID do live a bunch of occasions). But this pedal nails those sounds from the actual records, the refined, yet glowing 3-dimensional sounds. So good for a Leslie Speaker too, it can literally rip off the sound of Paul McCartney and Wings' weird song Loup 1st Indian on the Moon which has an ahead of its time delapidated chorus tone. I doubt ill ever get another chorus ever. I've had it since 2012 and it's lasted me without a single issue. Although it must be said, get an ISPOT battery chain so you can use one of those adapters to the 9volt slot, otherwise you'll be stuck having to use batteries.
I have the reissue one from about 2008. I know everyone says that to get the 'Cobain' sound you must have the Depth switch to 'full', but on mine that seems to produce an unusable detuned warble! I keep it on the 'normal' depth and turn the rate up, and that seems to me to be closer. Yes, it's a classic chorus pedal, unmistakeably 'analogue' in character. It doesn't sound as good as the Way Huge Blue Hippo or the Walrus Audio Julia though; those are sweet. On the other hand, it doesn't cost as much!
It's as hissy as anything, too. Go for a BOSS chorus if this bothers you; what you sacrifice in richness you gain in cleanness.
Simplesmente o melhor chorus de todos os tempos!
É simples, absolutamente simples! E quando digo simples, é muito simples! Um controle parametrico, e uma chave de seleção. É incrível a gama de sons distintos que é possível obter. Conhecia este pedal por seu uso na guitarra, principalmente por Kurt Cobain, do Nirvana. Mas em um teste com o baixo, foi o chorus que me agradou e me deu exatamente as texturas profundas e molhadas que estava procurando. É suave, e ao mesmo tempo agressivo, profundo, e superficial, sem mascarar o timbre do instrumento. Simplesmente perfeito para qualquer aplicação clássica!
edited 3 months ago
A key element in the Nevermind tone.
I wasted half a day watching a bunch of videos about chorus pedals and this seems like the best sounding one, although I couldn't find any comparing this to the new Wet Dreams chorus. That's really all I have to say about this thing, if you're in the studio, you can get a natural chorus just by doubling or triple tracking your guitars.
Sounds even better on Fender Rhodes than on guitar.
It would be cool if Electro-Harmonix made some of their best pedals like this and the big muff into a rack unit.
Simple, Versatile, High Quality and Perfect.
Got this pedal a few months ago and I haven't stopped useing it. Firstly, the setup is simple as can be, an 8-year old child could use this, it's got a Depth Switch, Rate Knob and On/Off Button an In Jack an Out Jack and a Plugin Port, so I think it's the best you can get for such a simple pedal. The sound is great, when paired up with a good amp you can get any sound you want, an the Clean channel you can get Watery sounds on the low end and Chimey sounds on the high end. On the Drive channel with the right settings you can get a really Thick Drive sound which reminds me of the tone from "Mississippi Queen" by Mountian. And of course I have to mention this pedal as used on "Come As You Are" by Nirvana, so with the right Amp settings, a Drop-D tuned guitar and this pedal you can get the exact sound Nirvana had. The construction is good, however it's just good, it's not exactly built like a Boss Stompbox as it does feel a little thin and hollow it feels like they wanted to go for a bigger pedal for looks there, however it is strong enough to survive, just as long as you arn't Stomping on it.
Overall, this is a 5-Star Pedal, I would recommend this to a friend, and I will continue to use this effect pedal.
edited 7 months ago
**EHX - Perfect Clone**
This pedal is a staple part of my musical diet, and I love how simple it is. It has one single turn dial, and a switch to turn the full chorus effect on or off. It has a distinct sound I have not heard anywhere else in other chorus pedals. However, and I am not whether it is just my personal pedal or not yet it does seem to eat up 9v Batteries quite quickly.
Kurt used them on Smells Like Teen Spirit. Enough said.
Very rich sounding Chorus pedal. With a good amount of diversity in sound. I tend to use lower settings just to thicken my sound a little and really punch the effect up for creepy, stark sounding Cramps and Dead Kennedy's style riffing. One knob, one toggle, super easy. Oh and I love how EHX pedals look.