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What are you using for Chorus and/or Flanger?

Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Gmountain, Feb 11, 2018.

  1. Theslack5

    Theslack5 Tele-Meister

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    Mar 13, 2014
    Southampton uk
    I had quite a job finding a flanger I liked tried all manner of things, ended up with the strymon orbit never spent that much on a pedal before but apart from being a really great flanger it does a pretty decent choruslike sound too.
     

  2. Fiesta Red

    Fiesta Red Friend of Leo's

    Nov 15, 2010
    Texas
    I generally dislike chorus (probably due to the proliferation of the effect in the era when I started playing), but when forced to use the effect, I use the slow setting on my Boss RT20.

    I'll be watching this thread, though, because I want suggestions for a flanger, too...
     

  3. Gmountain

    Gmountain Tele-Meister Silver Supporter

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    Jun 7, 2015
    Florida
    Well, I ordered an MXR Analog Chorus on Reverb from Crazy Dave's. I've used Crazy Dave in the past and found the best price.
     
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  4. MilwMark

    MilwMark Poster Extraordinaire Ad Free Member

    Apr 29, 2013
    near Arnold's
    Me too. Also vibrato. See my avatar.
     
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  5. lefty73

    lefty73 Tele-Afflicted

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    An ancient Boss BF-2 Flanger. Manual and Regen set fully counter clockwise, Depth and Rate straight up at noon. Very chorus-y without being too chorus-y.
     

  6. E5RSY

    E5RSY Poster Extraordinaire

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    Mar 5, 2009
    Georgetown, TX
    No use for a flanger, personally,

    Gave up my 4-knob chorus pedal for this one.

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  7. Ekko

    Ekko Tele-Meister

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    Texas
    My first pedal was a Boss DS-1. Good enough for Cobain’s distortion, good enough for me. When I went to buy my second pedal, a chorus, that previous philosophy/mantra and my happiness with the DS-1 lead me into the store convinced I’d but the Electro-Harmonix Small Clone. I played on the pedal in the store and the owner came and talked to me and asked if I liked Nirvana (as if me starting my 17th run at Come As You Are wasn’t a hint).

    We talked about how Cobain used the Small Clone, Chrous, and eventually he asked what other bands I liked where I had heard watery guitar parts. I could only think of The Cure. He grabbed a Boss CH-1 and we ABed them. The guy was super sweet and never tried to outright sell to me, he just wanted me to get the most out of my purchase.

    Point: Still have AND use that CH-1 (my DS-1 for that matter too). He even gave me a discount as the CH-1 was a tad more expensive.

    The CH-1 can go full listen to music under water sounds from 80’s goth and Nirvana, to some of the most subtle sweet tones that barely differ from a kiss of reverb. I’ve never looked back or been unhappy.
     
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  8. Sollipsist

    Sollipsist Tele-Afflicted

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    I'm still on honeymoon with the Donner Ultimate Delay, but (among many other things) it does a nice modulated delay that is pretty much everything I'd want from a chorus pedal but with more control over the dry signal mix. I have a CH-1 that frankly I haven't used in years, but the Donner got me intrigued with chorus again :)
     

  9. Kayle McGuire

    Kayle McGuire Tele-Meister

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    Jul 31, 2017
    Canada
    Boss CE-2w and a mini Phase 95 are the only two modulation pedals for me!
     

  10. Hollandcaster

    Hollandcaster Tele-Holic

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  11. SPUDCASTER

    SPUDCASTER Poster Extraordinaire

    My old DOD FX-60 Stereo Chorus. The poormans CE-2.

    Not used a lot, but still there. Run it stereo at home sometimes. Too much hassle live anymore.

    Only at a venue a couple hours, maybe a little more now days. Doesn't make sense. The days of a sitdown gig are long gone. At least in my world.

    Probably use the Small Stone more often, especially for the Waylon stuff.
     

  12. Grandy

    Grandy Tele-Meister

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    Sep 18, 2010
    Finland
    I've had a Boss CE-5 for a long time. It's really nice if you don't want really deep modulation. There are lot of subtle tweaks at hand.
     

  13. thefruitfarmer

    thefruitfarmer Tele-Meister

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    CH-1

    It is easy to find a frequency for the chorus sound that fits in with guitar sound and then easy to tweak when your ear wants a different chorus sound.
     
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  14. BorderRadio

    BorderRadio Poster Extraordinaire Silver Supporter

    Apr 2, 2014
    Phoenix, AZ
    Right now a Walrus Julia for the vibrato and a 80s Boss BF-2 flanger for a flangey chorus. Don’t really use flange and chorus though, so this might be short lived.
     

  15. MadJack

    MadJack Friend of Leo's

    I play around with my old Digitech/DOD PDS-1700 Chorus/Flanger. Not great, but a cool toy to play with.

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  16. Larmo63

    Larmo63 Tele-Afflicted

    Feb 1, 2018
    Timbuktu, Earth
    BOSS Super Chorus. I don't use much of it.
     

  17. DaveKS

    DaveKS Friend of Leo's

    Oct 21, 2013
    KS

    I still use my 20/20 from 87', comb filter, flange, chorus, doubling, slapback, 2 sec mod delay and looping. It was a shining star of that era.

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  18. drmmrr55

    drmmrr55 Tele-Meister

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    Federal Way, Washington
    I use a Boss CE-2 chorus, very light mix, just enough to fatten things up a small amount.
     

  19. Thin white duke

    Thin white duke Tele-Meister

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    I would say Zoom ms 70 cdr, there are many inside to choose from , you spend as much as a single pedal , same space on your pedalboard but you can use it for many other things if you want.
     

  20. King Creole

    King Creole Friend of Leo's

    Jan 24, 2011
    Colorado
    I use an old Boss BF-2 for vibrato- and chorus-like sounds. Flangers do chorus that I like better than chorus pedals. My BF-2 is noisy, but I distract the crowd from the noise by playing badly.
     

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