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  • Edgar SolorzanoEdgar Solorzano

    Excellent

    Boss CEB-3 Bass ChorusPublished on 08/12/15 at 15:14

    Hello everyone, i´ve been using this pedal for a year now, and i can tell you it produces a very beautiful sound, i just uploaded a video on youtube using it, come check it out and let me know what you think.
    PD: I also got a new aguilar chorusaurus and ill be uploading a video trying it soon.
  • MGR/LaklanderMGR/Laklander

    Boss CEB-3 Bass Chorus

    Boss CEB-3 Bass ChorusPublished on 02/01/10 at 15:00
    Light blue in the standard Boss stompbox case. Four knobs: effect level, low filter, rate and depth. One input; mono or stereo out for spreading the chorus effect between two amps or two channels of the PA or recording console. 1 9V battery or optional AC Adapter. I've been playing bass professionally for 45 years.

    Purchased in 2005 from Musiciansfriend.com I wanted a chorus effect for some songs. Paid $69 + shipping

    It's easy to use: find the rate and depth you want, adjust the low pass filter for max bottom, dial in the mix of straight bass and chorus and you're all set. I also like the fact that the battery can be replaced by lifting the on/off pad rather than unscrewing four screws…
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    Light blue in the standard Boss stompbox case. Four knobs: effect level, low filter, rate and depth. One input; mono or stereo out for spreading the chorus effect between two amps or two channels of the PA or recording console. 1 9V battery or optional AC Adapter. I've been playing bass professionally for 45 years.

    Purchased in 2005 from Musiciansfriend.com I wanted a chorus effect for some songs. Paid $69 + shipping

    It's easy to use: find the rate and depth you want, adjust the low pass filter for max bottom, dial in the mix of straight bass and chorus and you're all set. I also like the fact that the battery can be replaced by lifting the on/off pad rather than unscrewing four screws on the bottom. I also like having a wide on/off pad rather than a single toggle.

    This is an older chorus unit, and I think technology makes today's bass choruses better sounding. I find the stereo effect rather useless live, but nice in recording.

    Well-built of heavy gauge aluminum, as are all Bodd pedals.

    For not much money, the Boss CEB-3 Bass Chorus offers a decent sounding effects for bass that can be useful on solos or atmospheric support line.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/Mark SMGR/Mark S

    Boss CEB-3 Bass Chorus

    Boss CEB-3 Bass ChorusPublished on 08/17/04 at 15:00
    Purchased 5000 Yen ($65Aud) used from Ishibashi music Akihabara Tokyo Japan
    Purchased to replace a Boss Bass Chorus CE-2B misplaced when moving

    produces a smooth chorus sound tailored for bass.
    usable, almost essential, sound
    simple rugged and reliable.

    When used with a compressor it produces that dreamy sound so loved by later New Wave bands like Duran Duran, Japan ABC use it with a fretless bass and you will find yourself writing songs to go fitt the sound think Pino Paladino on Paul Young's version of "Were Ever I lay My Hat" and this will get his sound down perfect.

    Sound wise not quite as good as my old CE-2B but better than the chorus in my ME 50B bass multi effects unit.

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    Purchased 5000 Yen ($65Aud) used from Ishibashi music Akihabara Tokyo Japan
    Purchased to replace a Boss Bass Chorus CE-2B misplaced when moving

    produces a smooth chorus sound tailored for bass.
    usable, almost essential, sound
    simple rugged and reliable.

    When used with a compressor it produces that dreamy sound so loved by later New Wave bands like Duran Duran, Japan ABC use it with a fretless bass and you will find yourself writing songs to go fitt the sound think Pino Paladino on Paul Young's version of "Were Ever I lay My Hat" and this will get his sound down perfect.

    Sound wise not quite as good as my old CE-2B but better than the chorus in my ME 50B bass multi effects unit.

    I'm not happy with the newer rounded off knobs they use. the older CE-B has only 3 larger knobs set out in a triangle arangment that alow you to tweak on the fly vey easly. The small 4 knobs in a row (they have added a "Low Filter" knob that I just set and forget) are fiddly at best.

    like most Boss pedals almost bullet proof

    along with a good compression/sustainer pedal the CEB-3 (or the older brother the CE-2B) is THE essential bass pedal for players of softer rock and jazz.

    buy it NOW! (Unless you can find a CE-2B then hock your second favourite bass to buy that instead)

    Sound wise it's 5 out of 5 but I'll rate it at 4 because I think the small fiddly knobs are a step backwards.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • NonochapoNonochapo

    Boss CEB-3 Bass ChorusPublished on 01/20/05 at 13:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The Chorus (CRER a slight delay and double your sound)
    analog
    Not ditables
    Audio
    Rackable rack, or I do not know!

    UTILIZATION

    Easy and intuitive especially for those who owned BOSS
    CRER a sound that sounds really n'st not essez dan s manual but there's a default nice (vibrato)
    For those who understand English manual is sufficient

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effect is strange and beautiful!!
    Special bass pedal (but possible for singing)
    The effect is that I love the style vibrato (see manual configuration) but try to find your sound!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had 3 hours and I take too!
    I love the effect but it does not sentend as well as a shift endisto
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    The Chorus (CRER a slight delay and double your sound)
    analog
    Not ditables
    Audio
    Rackable rack, or I do not know!

    UTILIZATION

    Easy and intuitive especially for those who owned BOSS
    CRER a sound that sounds really n'st not essez dan s manual but there's a default nice (vibrato)
    For those who understand English manual is sufficient

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effect is strange and beautiful!!
    Special bass pedal (but possible for singing)
    The effect is that I love the style vibrato (see manual configuration) but try to find your sound!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had 3 hours and I take too!
    I love the effect but it does not sentend as well as a shift endisto
    I try to overdrive distortion and octave
    The value for money is EXCELLENT
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  • linkcommanderlinkcommander

    Boss CEB-3 Bass ChorusPublished on 02/26/06 at 14:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Mono is a chorus or Stro analog pedals.
    Like all Boss pedals, it will not break the head, it is little prs Designed and indestructible.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is quite comfortable and allows a good range of sounds.
    We choose the dcalage notes (Rate) and the number of instruments (Depth), and the level RULES General for the purpose by the knob E. Level.
    It's quite easy, as always with Boss, I go out without problem without manual.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effect is perfect for my use (taken from Guns n 'Roses and others), with a big heartfelt chorus. I use a Cort Action Bass is right and the effect I want. It is possible to obtain a smaller chorus, but for me the …
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    Mono is a chorus or Stro analog pedals.
    Like all Boss pedals, it will not break the head, it is little prs Designed and indestructible.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is quite comfortable and allows a good range of sounds.
    We choose the dcalage notes (Rate) and the number of instruments (Depth), and the level RULES General for the purpose by the knob E. Level.
    It's quite easy, as always with Boss, I go out without problem without manual.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effect is perfect for my use (taken from Guns n 'Roses and others), with a big heartfelt chorus. I use a Cort Action Bass is right and the effect I want. It is possible to obtain a smaller chorus, but for me the pedals is intended to fill the space sound better.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 6 months now, bought used 50.
    I love the chorus it provides standard and cold compared to the chorus of my Cube-100. I recommend trying nanmoins opportunity for the pedals, as in nine dpense may ultimately be a little rise to the usefulness General for the effect .
    But 50, I Rasht directly. Sre value, without being the best chorus of the market.
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  • Liquid BirdLiquid Bird

    Boss CEB-3 Bass ChorusPublished on 12/09/07 at 06:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Chorus Analog Stereo or mono.
    No True bypass.

    UTILIZATION

    4 knobs, trs clear:
    * The mix signal light / modifibr /> * the depth of the effect
    * The dcalage
    * Bypass bass.

    Prcis clear concise manual.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effects are good trs. It goes from the small chorus to hide the approximate correctness of acute when I play fretless in flanger standard throughout the run.

    It Yareli way to have fun with. Personally, I always use a lightweight chorus on my fretless, and I use the pedals to get flanger effects of decisions on my cargo.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for several months. The pedals seem sturdy, it is not plastic. J'apprcie can change the b…
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    Chorus Analog Stereo or mono.
    No True bypass.

    UTILIZATION

    4 knobs, trs clear:
    * The mix signal light / modifibr /> * the depth of the effect
    * The dcalage
    * Bypass bass.

    Prcis clear concise manual.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effects are good trs. It goes from the small chorus to hide the approximate correctness of acute when I play fretless in flanger standard throughout the run.

    It Yareli way to have fun with. Personally, I always use a lightweight chorus on my fretless, and I use the pedals to get flanger effects of decisions on my cargo.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for several months. The pedals seem sturdy, it is not plastic. J'apprcie can change the battery without the need for a screwdriver (EBS would do well to take the example above). The switch seems sturdy but the pots are a little weak people I find (default inhrent all boss pedals).

    The PDAL is less than MODELS CHRE home Ashdown and EBS for a diffrence its quite small, the only diffrence as the lack of true bypass. Essential accessory any self-respecting fretless, I would do without this choice hsiter.
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  • chab5chab5

    Boss CEB-3 Bass ChorusPublished on 05/31/09 at 06:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is a small chorus
    analogue
    effects via a non ditables pc
    1 input jack and two jack outputs (A and B to play in Stereo)

    UTILIZATION

    Setup is simple, fawn boss 4 buttons and voila:
    volume
    low filter (Aplique can more or less the effect on low)
    rate (a bit like a kind of "speed of sound")
    depth (gre depth background may suggest a one lgre "rverb")
    The manual is simple, it offers 4 rglages types, rglages vibrato and modern are my prfrs.
    So there are a lot of options, ranging from chorus to chorus soft tranquillou psychdlique archi bizare.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I am satisfied with the effect trs, trs they are effective and sufficiently ralistes my taste.
    I us…
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    It is a small chorus
    analogue
    effects via a non ditables pc
    1 input jack and two jack outputs (A and B to play in Stereo)

    UTILIZATION

    Setup is simple, fawn boss 4 buttons and voila:
    volume
    low filter (Aplique can more or less the effect on low)
    rate (a bit like a kind of "speed of sound")
    depth (gre depth background may suggest a one lgre "rverb")
    The manual is simple, it offers 4 rglages types, rglages vibrato and modern are my prfrs.
    So there are a lot of options, ranging from chorus to chorus soft tranquillou psychdlique archi bizare.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I am satisfied with the effect trs, trs they are effective and sufficiently ralistes my taste.
    I use it with Ibanez SR505 BM GIO and rumble and a 100 watt 15 "from fender.
    My favorite is the chorus rglage modern book but with the depth that varies from 12 14h.
    There is nothing I dtest on this.
    Being able to connect the chorus is a stro more fun, but I use my effects in a logical and pdalboard APRS chorus I put my amp in case of no direct and therefore I use the chorus in mono. I tried two amps in Stereo is convincing trs, trs cool, but must have two amps is not very practical, unless you have a dual-channel and two speakers.
    As part of a pdalboard Stereo mode is not anything unless you have two boxes of live but I found a cheap and prtentieux.
    The stro I do not mind the recording studio if you are ultra picky.
    Whereas the need as an option any more.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been a year and a half that I use my CEB3, I am satisfied with trs, trs RULES sound is good there is neither too much nor too little rglages, just 4 knobs .
    Before I had the chorus of my korg pdalier AX10B between the two is the day and night!
    Since I have an eye on jett chorus ebs listening to excerpts from their site, but my 3 ceb suits me perfectly and has more than rglages So here I keep it.
    It cost me 94 euros in stores, has its price is still on and that was fine, but it is the your exact trssrieux.
    Exprience with this choice I would do without hsiter, this small chorus, Althoughthe probably not the best, is of the same place in the top of the table. And above all, and that's the essence, it allowed me to find my sound me by allowing me to TOFER, to make further, the bottom of the pieces I play.
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  • pulvoniumpulvonium

    Very good pedal

    Boss CEB-3 Bass ChorusPublished on 06/29/11 at 12:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Chorus pedal quality treated with multiple settings.

    UTILIZATION

    The four knobs provide the means to find the sound we have in mind to spend some time. The effect is to adjust to each scale, rendering varies with the site.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Excellent quality

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very good indeed.
    The only concern at my level: It makes it great when the bass is alone. As a group, the effect is almost inaudible, unless you play a bass solo. In order to simplify and streamline my pedalboard, I ended up putting it in the closet.
    This does not detract from the qualities of this pedal.
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    Chorus pedal quality treated with multiple settings.

    UTILIZATION

    The four knobs provide the means to find the sound we have in mind to spend some time. The effect is to adjust to each scale, rendering varies with the site.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Excellent quality

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very good indeed.
    The only concern at my level: It makes it great when the bass is alone. As a group, the effect is almost inaudible, unless you play a bass solo. In order to simplify and streamline my pedalboard, I ended up putting it in the closet.
    This does not detract from the qualities of this pedal.
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  • Anonymous

    Good product

    Boss CEB-3 Bass ChorusPublished on 05/07/11 at 03:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Bass chorus pedal analog. An input jack and two jack outputs for stereo use.

    UTILIZATION

    General configuration simple: four knobs (too much for me ..)
    Not very comfortable with the controls and knobs in general, I have relied to some examples given by the manual, then modified it according to what I was looking for. Beyond these few examples, the manual has not much use .. Too thick to the loo, too late to prop up a wobbly table ..

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effect is efficient and reacts very well in races of knobs: it is not all-or-nothing "like on some pedals.
    I used it with a Yamaha TRB4 and several other pedals (compressor, distortion, wah and delay ..).
    The sound is…
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    Bass chorus pedal analog. An input jack and two jack outputs for stereo use.

    UTILIZATION

    General configuration simple: four knobs (too much for me ..)
    Not very comfortable with the controls and knobs in general, I have relied to some examples given by the manual, then modified it according to what I was looking for. Beyond these few examples, the manual has not much use .. Too thick to the loo, too late to prop up a wobbly table ..

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effect is efficient and reacts very well in races of knobs: it is not all-or-nothing "like on some pedals.
    I used it with a Yamaha TRB4 and several other pedals (compressor, distortion, wah and delay ..).
    The sound is very clean and very loyal. It adds an extra dimension to the sound of the bass. For my part, I used it for bass lines and slow enough "air" for solos, slap in (synthbass side gives a very funky) and especially coupled with distortion and a wah to get a sound close to vintage synth.
    For cons, the sound is very distinctive 80's. This is not a bad point, but I do not like. I find it too smooth .. I sold to buy a Danelectro DC-1 Cool Cat, more alive ..

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used it a few months, but I like his boss does not definitely .. It was my first chorus for bass. But now my Danelectro suits me perfectly.

    € 50 for an effects pedal, I do not shock: it is not out of money as some brands and not the pedal Bontempi at 15 € with the quality that goes with the price.

    With experience, I do not do it again this election. It's a good pedal, but I do not like his 80's typed .. But it's relative. I recommend, but try (comparing with other chorus) before purchasing: we like it or not ..
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  • iamqmaniamqman

    Solid and Durable

    Boss CEB-3 Bass ChorusPublished on 03/20/11 at 18:33
    I had this hooked to my bass rig a few years ago and it never failed me. It is a solid bass chorus pedal that doesn't add any distortion or overdrive to the bass tone but a subtle liquid modulation that beefs up the spectrum of the tone. I was unsure at first when presented this little pedal, but to my surprise it quickly became a staple of my personal tone. The lay out as follows...

    - Low filter lets lowest frequencies through unaffected
    - Controls for level, low filter, rate, and depth
    - LEDs show status of controls
    - One touch on/off switch

    UTILIZATION

    Pretty easy pedal to dial in. It all depends on how much or how less of a chorus effect you need or want in your signal. Not a …
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    I had this hooked to my bass rig a few years ago and it never failed me. It is a solid bass chorus pedal that doesn't add any distortion or overdrive to the bass tone but a subtle liquid modulation that beefs up the spectrum of the tone. I was unsure at first when presented this little pedal, but to my surprise it quickly became a staple of my personal tone. The lay out as follows...

    - Low filter lets lowest frequencies through unaffected
    - Controls for level, low filter, rate, and depth
    - LEDs show status of controls
    - One touch on/off switch

    UTILIZATION

    Pretty easy pedal to dial in. It all depends on how much or how less of a chorus effect you need or want in your signal. Not a true bypass pedal so it will be locking up your tone at all times. You can easily send it off to someone to get modified for true bypass if desired. I just kept it on at all times and used it in a gentle way as to not cramp my tone or dominate the signal.

    There is only four knobs and like all Boss boxes it is pretty self explanatory. The more you increase the low filter and depth the more that the pedal is going to be in your mix. Those two controls really determine how you are going to sound when using this device. I generally ran everything around noonish give or take to achieve my tone.

    You can also run this pedal in stereo to create a sort of synth sound that sound very huge. The pedal in general is very warm and smooth sounding and when you are able to run it in stereo the range just opens completely up.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound is amazing! I find that the more this pedal is engaged the more I want to play the bass. The lush chorus modulation provides a depth that is very inspiring to play with. Keep the low filter down and listen how the pedal creates a old bass synth sound familiar to 70's style radio and television broadcasts. Another cool way to run this pedal is to have the depth to around 5:00, the rate around 12;00 , and the filter all the way up....you'll get a very usable high frequency bass chorus that sounds creamy but retains your original bass notes in tact.

    I ran this with a Raven Labs preamp into a a QSC with a Warick bass 4 string. I had quite a cheap setup but I found that this pedal sounded like I had a lot more invested than I really did. I also was using a Trace Elliot 4x10 cab. It was an easy setup for a simple bass rig, but the rig sounded huge. Couple this pedal with a little overdrive from your bass amp or another pedal and you have got one thick sounding tone.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Great pedal for bass expansion. I have not tried it for guitar as I already own many chorus pedals for guitar. The thing I like least about it was probably the true bypass thing. I wish Boss would step up the deal and make their items with this feature. I would pay a little extra to have it standard true bypass then have somebody do it for me.

    It is a very inexpensive item at around $90 and you can probably pick one up for half that on the used market. If it ever got lost or stolen I would probably pick up another unit. It gives a huge sound to a flat sounding bass rig. If chorus isn't your thing then I would try a Boss bass OD pedal to get little effect to your bass rig. A flat sounding bass rig is boring.

    I would recommend any bass player at least try this pedal. You may not like it but at least give it a shot in a band mix too.
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  • ikaruga.junikaruga.jun

    Boss CEB-3 Bass ChorusPublished on 12/13/10 at 10:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Analog chorus pedal.
    An input jack and two outputs (one single and one for the stereo, which allows for spatial sound).
    9V power like all these little pedals ...
    The rest is the Boss: Always the same chassis, the same switch, the same size foot. Very solid.

    UTILIZATION

    The manual captures some basic settings when starting from scratch (and in my case). We quickly understand what it's about:

    - Potentiometer "Level E" to control the output level of the effect
    - Potentiometer "Low Filter" which lets you control how often the worse from which the chorus will be applied
    - Potentiometer "Rate", which manages the speed (or frequency) of the amplitude variation of the effect. At 7…
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    Analog chorus pedal.
    An input jack and two outputs (one single and one for the stereo, which allows for spatial sound).
    9V power like all these little pedals ...
    The rest is the Boss: Always the same chassis, the same switch, the same size foot. Very solid.

    UTILIZATION

    The manual captures some basic settings when starting from scratch (and in my case). We quickly understand what it's about:

    - Potentiometer "Level E" to control the output level of the effect
    - Potentiometer "Low Filter" which lets you control how often the worse from which the chorus will be applied
    - Potentiometer "Rate", which manages the speed (or frequency) of the amplitude variation of the effect. At 7am the chorus varies very slowly over time, at 5am the chorus swings very quickly.
    - A last potentiometer "Depth" which controls the effect depth.

    The only thing that bothers me are the small buttons dials: I find them very tight and when we play and that in the heat of the moment is to make small adjustments, if only one is a bit awkward or that we have some big fingers, you can inadvertently disrupt a little knobs that we manipulated neighbors! Nothing really bad but sometimes it bothers me a little. We went immediately into account the discomfort, I knew to buy, I paid so knowingly.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The chorus is very well what he is asked.
    To my taste the sound lacks a little bass output but it's really personal, I would have liked some sort of "bass boost" dedicated to the pedal (like EHX did when they released their model low for the Big Muff).

    When the gauge lightweight, but it is clear that clarity disappears very quickly when you push the settings further. This gives a warmer sound to 'Come As You Are' by Nirvana to give a famous example.

    Depending on what you want your chorus, it is important to test a relatively transparent and another to get hotter the difference in rendering. Please ask your dealer to different models for you to make a difference if you do not know.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use a little more on my guitar as my bass in the end but I am very happy after 3 months of use. The possibilities are wide enough for what I do. Which is quite nice is that exceeding the 2hr with Rate and Depth knobs, you get a sound almost detune, and I love this vibrant sound that sounds a bit 'fake' and fits well in sentences atonal example.

    In this price range, I think I would do this election day but if I hear of a change to bring more heat and / or more bass, I will be surely try.

    Contrary to advice given below, I think the comparison with UniChorus BSE is absolutely not justified because the model of EBS has a mode and a mode Flanger Vibrato against which the CEB-3 Boss can not compete: BSE is almost 3 pedals in 1, which explains why it pays 90 € more ... You just know what you want.
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  • FateFelledVictimFateFelledVictim

    Boss CEB-3 Bass ChorusPublished on 10/18/08 at 08:14
    This pedal is a straight up chorus. There is no overdrive or other things, but a nice sounding chorus modulation effect. You can turn up the rate and get a Tremolo sound, which is pretty cool if that's what you are in to. You cannot edit the effects on a computer, nor can you hook up to the rack. There are inputs and outputs for the mixer, amp and guitar. There is also a jack for the power supply.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration of the pedal is extremely simple, and pretty much happens on its own. All you do is turn the knobs and play the guitar to see if you like the effect or not, then edit it to your own specifications. The manual is very clear, but is not really needed.

    SOUND…
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    This pedal is a straight up chorus. There is no overdrive or other things, but a nice sounding chorus modulation effect. You can turn up the rate and get a Tremolo sound, which is pretty cool if that's what you are in to. You cannot edit the effects on a computer, nor can you hook up to the rack. There are inputs and outputs for the mixer, amp and guitar. There is also a jack for the power supply.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration of the pedal is extremely simple, and pretty much happens on its own. All you do is turn the knobs and play the guitar to see if you like the effect or not, then edit it to your own specifications. The manual is very clear, but is not really needed.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effects on this pedal are some of the best chorus sounds I've heard from my bass. It has a dark sound, yet with a little tweaking, you can turn it into anything. I use it on my Dean Edge 10 and it sounds absolutely amazing. My favorite is the depth of the pedal. It allows you to edit the chorus's sound by making it almost more hollow sounding. The rate I don't really use all too often. I use it about halfway or a little less than halfway up. The full sound gives you tremolo like accents.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have been using it for only a month, and I wish I had found it sooner. It adds depth and character to any bass beat. I use it for my metal band, and it works wonders on the overall sound. I am the bassist and the drummer for the band, so I am constantly looking for things to improve the beats, and this is a jewel to have. I tried pretty much every other chorus from Marshall, Digitech, Ernie Ball, and Electro Harmonix and this blew them away. The price is reasonable for how usable this pedal is. I never play without it now. Knowing what I know now, I would have bought this pedal when I first started playing bass. Amazing pedal.
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We ourselves are not in a position to identify you personally via the meta pixel, as apart from your browser ID no other data is stored with us via the pixel.

For more information about the Meta Pixel, the details of data processing via this service and Meta's privacy policy, please visit Meta Privacy Policy - How Meta collects and uses user data for Facebook and Meta Privacy Policy - How Meta collects and uses user data for Instagram.

Meta Platforms Ireland Ltd. is a subsidiary of Meta Platforms, Inc. based in the USA. It cannot be ruled out that your data collected by Facebook will also be transmitted to the USA.


We did not wait for a law to make us respect our members and visitors' privacy. The cookies that we use are only meant to improve your experience on our website.

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These are cookies that guarantee the proper functioning of Audiofanzine. The website cannot function properly without these cookies. Examples: cookies that help you stay logged in from page to page or that help customizing your usage of the website (dark mode or filters).

Audience analysis (Google Analytics)

We are using Google Analytics in order to better understand the use that our visitors make of our website in an attempt to improve it. When this parameter is activated, no personal information is sent to Google and the IP addresses are anonymized.

Advertising (Google Ads)

This information allows us to show you personalized advertisements thanks to which Audiofanzine is financed. By unchecking this box you will still have advertisements but they may be less interesting :) We are using Google Ad Manager to display part of our ads, or tools integrated to our own CMS for the rest. We are likely to display advertisements from our own platform, from Google Advertising Products or from Adform.

Marketing (Meta Pixel)

On our websites, we use the Meta Pixel. The Meta Pixel is a remarketing pixel implemented on our websites that allows us to target you directly via the Meta Network by serving ads to visitors of our websites when they visit the social networks Facebook and Instagram. The meta pixel are code snippets which are able to identify your browser type via the browser ID - the individual fingerprint of your browser - and to recognise that you have visited our websites and what exactly you have looked at on our websites. When you visit our websites, the pixel establishes a direct connection to Meta's servers. Meta is able to identify you by your browser ID, as this is linked to other data about you stored by Meta on your Facebook or Instagram user account. Meta then delivers individualised ads from us on Facebook or on Instagram that are tailored to your needs.

We ourselves are not in a position to identify you personally via the meta pixel, as apart from your browser ID no other data is stored with us via the pixel.

For more information about the Meta Pixel, the details of data processing via this service and Meta's privacy policy, please visit Meta Privacy Policy - How Meta collects and uses user data for Facebook and Meta Privacy Policy - How Meta collects and uses user data for Instagram.

Meta Platforms Ireland Ltd. is a subsidiary of Meta Platforms, Inc. based in the USA. It cannot be ruled out that your data collected by Facebook will also be transmitted to the USA.


You can find more details on data protection in our privacy policy.
You can also find information about how Google uses personal data by following this link.