Analog chorus dedicated to the bass pedal format. A jack input, 2 outputs (left & right) to a stereo effect, but also mono. Conventional power socket for 9V. Onset of effect by a flexible switch, all delivered in a metal box of very good quality. Access to the battery is via a system of classical trap, no screwdriver required a very good point.
Very simple configuration. A knob "depth" which manages the depth of the effect, a knob "rate" which adjusts the speed (of the light chorus tremolo) and a knob "volume" that manages ... volume.
To add to this, on the right clutched a cursor that manages the input level.
The settings are conspicuous by their simplicity, we quickly found the sound you want.
No manual comes in English is not used much, some explanation of the function of each knob, nothing more.
Definitely the highlight of this, the sound quality delivered. Some of the frequency played, the sound retains its flexibility, which is not the case on all models. Even in severe extremes, the chorus is "singing". The effect is perfectly rendered, a real treat.
I now use for a fortnight and I am fully satisfied. I used the chorus on a zoom all-in-one, but this is anecdotal, so the difference is huge.
Strengths: The quality of the effect, the robust design (Made in Denmark), the flexibility of very significant switch.
(S) weak point: If I find one, would perhaps size. But T-Rex has long accustomed us to this type of format.
The price is quite big but certainly justified. We are dealing with high-end and it shows.
Yes I remake this purchase eyes closed.
analog chorus, specially designed for low
Made in Denmark I think
pedal metal color purple (I like it) that seems indestructible, knobs style "chicken feet", very simple controls: depth (depth), rate (rate), output volume and volume control on the side line with LEDs to avoid "peaks" (the button is retractable, very handy)
Outputs: L & R input (stereo possible .. thus not tested), output, jack 9v power supply not included: (
switch in metal less messy than those of EH, with Led Signal violet (it's bo)
the whole is very good and breathes the seriousness (or vice versa)
General config could not be more simple
Manual: anecdotally, anyway it will be tape
is connected: it sounds (and what a sound!)
it's a chorus of specialized "low" among the best I have ever heard and own .. I've tested a few, including the double chorus Boss GT6B I own (and which I found not bad at all) but this place and stop all: I found the sound of chorus for bass.
Very transparent effect, restores all frequencies without fluff (tested on a warwick 5 string and the low B does not lose a bit of definition!), And no breath or parasites you can look (I am still looking), a very good additional buries a lot of competitors ...
The knobs are very sensitive, it can range from mild to limit chorus tremolo / detune Rate by pushing the bottom ...
The output setting with separate LED control is a very good idea, with it avoids the inconvenience of having an output signal is too strong, and the risk of distortions related peak and if the balance is wrong. Very good point ditto.
Otherwise what about the sound of this chorus in itself? ben ... when you snap on a solo or an intro for example, I see only one possible reaction from the audience: get the jaw open and esgourdes with staring eyes wide .. well it is a wonderful sounds coming out of the box, the signal is magnified simply, heaven on earth dude! And say I did not even tested in stereo ...
the first few minutes of use I sensed that his reputation was well deserved ... "reputation," especially on the U.S. forums, for a little while browsing the web or French quedalle on this gem almost no notice. . so I try to repair this injustice.
Purchased from a seller of stuff online (whose name begins with T) to 127 euro is a really good deal (you can find $ 99 on U.S. sites) if you are looking for a chorus accurate, simple efficient, high quality, which really sends a very good sound ... this thing is just what is needed to your shovel to ring of hell!
Only downside no PSU supplied, a star less for it considering the price .. and saw a 9v battery does not last long with masses of this stuff buy a transformer will be needed
In conclusion, the price is fully justified for me and I would do without hesitation that choice (by the way if anyone is interested I'll sell the coup my GT6B, I outlived!)