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Analog Chorus

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Strikingly vocal with a distinctive organic tone, the Voodoo Lab Analog Chorus is the only true sonic replica of the most sought after chorus of all time – the 1976 CE-1. Its lush, focused tone is the standard by which all other chorus effects are measured.

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Voodoo's Analog Chorus Reviews

Submitted by Milestone Henry on 11/25/2007 4:05:21 AM
Purchased at ebay for 109$
Sound
9
I tested this unit between the guitar and amp and in the effects loop - it definitely works better in the effects loop. This unit produces a more "vintage" sounding chorus compared to "clean" sounding chorus. The pedal is true bypass which is good because when activated it does boost to your signal, also it produces some noise - nothing to get to concerned about after all it is a analog unit. The bottom line is it produces a chorus that blends well when used in the effects loop of my Rivera tube amp.
Usability
10
Simple, very simple
Reliability
8
I had power issues with it, after I fixed it, working pretty good.
Summary
9
Analog Chorus does boost your signal and add a little noise, however the trade off is a very nice vintage sounding chorus that blends well with your guitar.
Submitted by Dov Mayer on 9/23/2008 10:46:10 AM
Music Style: All around
Sound
9
Sounds great, only problem is it adds such a big volume boost, it's unusable in a live situation. It does get really good chorus and rotary speaker sounds, but that doesn't mean a thing if you can't use it.
Usability
9
After you play around with the settings for about a minute you can easily get the sound that you want.
Reliability
10
Like some reviews would say this pedal is un-reliable because the don't have a clue how to use it.
Summary
9
Love the hard wire bypass feature. When you hit the switch, your signal is out of it. Does not seem to degrade my signal at all. It enhances my tone rather than harms it. To date, I have a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power and this Analog Chorus and I love them both
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