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EBS UniChorus

Bass Chorus/Phaser/Flanger from EBS belonging to the Black Label series.

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kinder_guanokinder_guano

EBS UniChorusPublished on 01/10/06 at 11:55
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
PDAL chorus / flanger / pitch modulator analog "pseudo" Stereo bass.

- In a two out, but (o "pseudo" Stereo)
- Taking alim '9V DC (15mA consumption)
- A switch activation "noiseless FET"
- A knob of the effect of depth (Depth), an LFO speed (rate).
- At the indoor, APRS dviss have 4 screws, the location for the 9v battery and a switch to mix dry / wet: 0, no effect on the sound (dry) Basically, the sound, effective, and between, b'en ... What a mix of both! On the plant, the mix is ​​50% rgl.
- 3 position mini switch to select the flange, the PM (nah, not modro guitars, Heiniger, Pitch Modulator!), Or the chorus.
- A flashing LED activation also depending on the speed...…
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PDAL chorus / flanger / pitch modulator analog "pseudo" Stereo bass.

- In a two out, but (o "pseudo" Stereo)
- Taking alim '9V DC (15mA consumption)
- A switch activation "noiseless FET"
- A knob of the effect of depth (Depth), an LFO speed (rate).
- At the indoor, APRS dviss have 4 screws, the location for the 9v battery and a switch to mix dry / wet: 0, no effect on the sound (dry) Basically, the sound, effective, and between, b'en ... What a mix of both! On the plant, the mix is ​​50% rgl.
- 3 position mini switch to select the flange, the PM (nah, not modro guitars, Heiniger, Pitch Modulator!), Or the chorus.
- A flashing LED activation also depending on the speed of the effect.

All in a Metal Casing really tough, but really look 80's.
Dvelopp in Sude. J'espre it is also manufactured by Sude, just to justify a fare quite pretty!

INTERESTED Dtail for some: the EBS pedals can be powered via power supply 'fantme using a jack of Stereo "ring" of hot deuxime be used to inject the current, the tip used to transmit the signal. Personally, I do not want to try, but hey, the owners of EBS amps have this possibility because the amp has this feature intgre.

UTILIZATION

As usual, turn the knobs ... Turning of the spleen, with flashes of the LED, you can lock onto the desired tempo. Not bad.

SOUND QUALITY

Good good very nice the thingy!

- The flange is not cold, unlike what I had suffered with Boss and TC in some tests. He spends quiet but friendly excess, according to rglages.

- The chorus is nice, fairly quiet, not overly large in fact. Not bad at all.

- The Pitch Modulator is just the chorus for paul. In fact, it's a chorus really deep and wide, although the friendly guy! I love it!

GNR and no breath.

good, hop, as usual, two samples of raliens are better than one boring speech.
Sample 1 (http://jacksonfreak.free.fr/audio/test_ebs_01.mp3): small bass riff with PM (nah, not modro)
Sample 2 (http://jacksonfreak.free.fr/audio/test_ebs_all.mp3): a beautiful failure, in my beginners ralien slap in your laughter ... no effect / flanger / PM / chorus, mix 50%

OVERALL OPINION

Super happy with my purchase. Well, at the same time, analog chorus or flanger conus first for bass, has not run the streets.
This time, I felt the effects 3 Intgr convinced me, and I like each effect is exploitable. It happens rarely trs. I bought it for the chorus, and ultimately I m'clate like a shell with the flange and especially Pm (l it is both, with as bieng j'm'clate).

In short:
- 3 usable and persuasive effects, which can be measured fairly prcisment.
- Led indicating the speed of the effect.
- Effects of quality analog blast caused no respect for the sound hardware (spa as Zoom).

- Pretty much all the same (as spa Zoom), but worth it to throw a listening ear.
- Look 80's knobs and buttons really cheap
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Denis BassDenis Bass

EBS UniChorusPublished on 05/13/06 at 02:54
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Well I have nothing more to add than what Draghixa cries just before me. He said all or almost, and that's résumé.

UTILIZATION

Indeed, unless you have the IQ of an amoeba, the use of the pedals is very simple.

SOUND QUALITY

The flanger is not bad, but fairly limited in absolute terms, as is the pitch modulation and chorus. Overall I find that a lack of DEFINITIONS, of clear and the sound of the instrument is somewhat dnatur. Also, I find it difficult cash with an active low output level is lev.

OVERALL OPINION

It's been about 2 years that I have pedals, and I always gn t by the sound it produces without really explaining what filled me Drang, both scne on costs of near all...…
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Well I have nothing more to add than what Draghixa cries just before me. He said all or almost, and that's résumé.

UTILIZATION

Indeed, unless you have the IQ of an amoeba, the use of the pedals is very simple.

SOUND QUALITY

The flanger is not bad, but fairly limited in absolute terms, as is the pitch modulation and chorus. Overall I find that a lack of DEFINITIONS, of clear and the sound of the instrument is somewhat dnatur. Also, I find it difficult cash with an active low output level is lev.

OVERALL OPINION

It's been about 2 years that I have pedals, and I always gn t by the sound it produces without really explaining what filled me Drang, both scne on costs of near all brands.
Since we can only use one effect on both the pedals, I bought then the TC ELECTRONIC SCF, Fawn have one position chorus, and the other flanger position. It is the I RALIS. The TC Electronic is clear, bright, with remarkable clarity, while BSE has a more dirty.
In addition, you can really play on the race of the TC ELECTRONIC potentiomtres whereas if we frankly Exceeds mdiane position of the pots UNICHORUS EBS, we get a sound ... unusable.

So I'll Spar UNICHORUS this. Compared to TC ELECTRONIC, it is cheaper, of course, but there's really no comparison. I'll also take a second to replace TC ELECTRONIC. And speaking of price, I find this UNICHORUS, although still a good qu'tant pedals, and much too expensive for what it REALLY is.
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xslxsl

EBS UniChorusPublished on 04/09/08 at 09:06
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Three effects, pitch modulator is impressive: it gives a transparent drop of water

it sounds analog
http://www.ebs.bass.se/2007/unichorus.htm

UTILIZATION

Extremely simple, follow the instructions of settings, not to seek 12:00 to 2:00 p.m.

to avoid the pitch modulator fretless, because it feels wrong to play

SOUND QUALITY

Instead, the chorus fretless

rather the flanger in fretted funk

OVERALL OPINION

1.5 years

with the power supply ebs, it smells premium across

tc electronics is only the same level of respect for the basic sound (keep the setup to 50%)

good value for money as it is in the high-end

with a low premium, you need a high-end e range and...…
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Three effects, pitch modulator is impressive: it gives a transparent drop of water

it sounds analog
http://www.ebs.bass.se/2007/unichorus.htm

UTILIZATION

Extremely simple, follow the instructions of settings, not to seek 12:00 to 2:00 p.m.

to avoid the pitch modulator fretless, because it feels wrong to play

SOUND QUALITY

Instead, the chorus fretless

rather the flanger in fretted funk

OVERALL OPINION

1.5 years

with the power supply ebs, it smells premium across

tc electronics is only the same level of respect for the basic sound (keep the setup to 50%)

good value for money as it is in the high-end

with a low premium, you need a high-end e range and high-end amp: it's simple, there is no miracle. a bad effect and you can because your sound from the amp and your bass
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Le Grand FlandrinLe Grand Flandrin

EBS UniChorusPublished on 08/11/08 at 10:43
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Pedal chorus and flanger and pm Simple and very good.

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use. Two more buttons switch and that's it. Super tough case.

SOUND QUALITY

Its super clear. No loss of power. Bypass excellent

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 1 month.

Value seems justified. Mandatory but an optional adapter. Battery not accesible.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: EBS
  • Model: UniChorus
  • Series: Black Label
  • Category: Bass Choruses/Phasers/Flangers
  • Added in our database on: 02/12/2003

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