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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-27-2010, 05:18 AM Thread Starter
 
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Question Chorus and delay pedals ?

Hey guys...

Chorus:
Never had one of those and since I have to order mine from the U.S and can't
try it what are you guys using, or what do you recommend ?

Delays:

I used to have a Ibanez AD9 which I really liked, maybe I will buy that again.
I also had Boss DD-7, didn't like that as much...

Want to try different delay pedals but nothing to complicated
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Re: Chorus and delay pedals ?

Youtube is your friend...
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Re: Chorus and delay pedals ?

Hehe yeah, nice answer, just wanted to get input what fellow Jemsiters are using.
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I use Boss
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Re: Chorus and delay pedals ?

Since you liked the Ibanez AD-9, you could play it safe and get a Maxon AD-9 but I'd suggest you check out the Malekko 616 first. After trying many digital delay pedals and the MXR Carbon Copy, I settled for the Eventide TimeFactor and haven't looked back.

As far as chorus goes, I've never liked anything besides the MXR Stereo Chorus and Micro Chorus - they're brilliant!!
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Re: Chorus and delay pedals ?

Thanks m8, didn't know about the Malekko 616 and the Eventide TimeFactor.

I have heard good things about the MXR Stereo Chorus, I'll probably buy that.
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I use an MXR Carbon Copy pedal - great analog delay!
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Re: Chorus and delay pedals ?

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Delays:

I used to have a Ibanez AD9 which I really liked, maybe I will buy that again.
I also had Boss DD-7, didn't like that as much...

Want to try different delay pedals but nothing to complicated



If you want a gorgeous delay, get an Electro-Harmonix Deluxe memory man. The best analog delay you are gonna find. You can check sound clips all over youtube.
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Re: Chorus and delay pedals ?

With our Deja Vu or any other delay with modulation like the Electro Harmonix units you can have chorus and delay. Just set the delay time short and add modulation. I think if I were trying to decide between chorus and delay I'd get a delay with mod and wait on the chorus.
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Re: Chorus and delay pedals ?

Ive heard lots of good things about the Digitech Hardwire Delay,
Lots of mode/settings, tap tempo, true bypass etc and a built in looper.
And seems really simple as its just a boss style single pedal
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Ive heard lots of good things about the Digitech Hardwire Delay,
Lots of mode/settings, tap tempo, true bypass etc and a built in looper.
And seems really simple as its just a boss style single pedal
The Hardwire DL-8 is awesome. Highly recommend it.
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