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Aria CH-10 Chorus
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  • jptoo2jptoo2

    Aria CH-10 ChorusPublished on 04/08/12 at 03:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    this little chorus pedal purchased in 80 years makes me a good service between two mono outputs is battery operated and mains, with adptateur) indestructible metal

    UTILIZATION

    it includes the first two internship classical arpeggios for the 2 nd plutoit made for solos have the password of an al other remaining supported on the foot pedal j aurrais prefer a second pedal a odds for the declanches or the possibility of branches a 2nd pedal adjustment of two different rate for each one released thereby have a real stereo remaining programs is a classic depth and an intensity

    SOUND QUALITY

    the sound qualities and the qualities of the chorus of this pedal is really the stron…
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    this little chorus pedal purchased in 80 years makes me a good service between two mono outputs is battery operated and mains, with adptateur) indestructible metal

    UTILIZATION

    it includes the first two internship classical arpeggios for the 2 nd plutoit made for solos have the password of an al other remaining supported on the foot pedal j aurrais prefer a second pedal a odds for the declanches or the possibility of branches a 2nd pedal adjustment of two different rate for each one released thereby have a real stereo remaining programs is a classic depth and an intensity

    SOUND QUALITY

    the sound qualities and the qualities of the chorus of this pedal is really the strong point of this pedal well above the boss may very breath I m using it on my guitar as well as on my keyboard very cool on piano dx or groundwater m I'm a piece served also on the charley tr707 the result was not bad at all

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've now been a year of 20ene and really think I have not as versatile chorus I pass by it often racks that leave my digital I'd aissaie SEVERAL other chorus pedals before it and c is the one that I have kept the desffaut only set apart all that cites al internship hours on the 2nd c is what is not rack for the FASTNESS presition sound c is clear that I would do this choice
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