[What chorus pedals have you used, and what do you like about adding chorus to your tone? "I’ve used all sorts (MXR, Ibanez, and a SPX90). Lately I have been using the MXR Bass Chorus. It’s a nod from me to the ’80s band Magazine."](http://www.jimdunlop.com/blog/dunlop-on-the-record-duff-mckagan/) [This picture](http://wwwfanclubeduffmckagan.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/screenhunter_07-jan-22-01-271.jpg) that is likely of Duff's rig shows that he uses the SPX90 II.more
"Yamaha SPX90, SPX90II and SPX1000 effects units because they're cheap, cheerful and easy to use - and because that original SPX90 nonlinear reverb sound is a bit of a classic. The graininess still sits well with the Doktor's snare drum. Check the kick and snare on 'Flood I' for the SPX nonlinear reverb in overkill mode. Or the whole of 'Gift'. The SPX1000 also provides a standard long plate which was reasonable value for money at the time (and it interfaces digitally with the dead-end MEL2 format used by our old Yamaha DMR8 digital multitrack tape system)."more
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