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Biyang CH-10 Aqua Chorus
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Biyang CH-10 Aqua Chorus

Chorus for Guitar from Biyang belonging to the Baby Boom! series.

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" Nice effect, but the breath"

Biyang CH-10 Aqua ChorusPublished on 01/22/14 at 20:35
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Probably a digital chorus pedal, but with a warm sound.
When set to "blend" for the volume effect and spread for speed. Plus a switch to select a speed range, fast or slow. You can go very slow to very fast. As a meusure that accelerates the speed, I feel that the depth of the effect also increases, but it is quite handy and intuitive.
Battery or 9v power supply

UTILIZATION

No manual, but two buttons ...
Very easy to use.

SOUND QUALITY

The chorus has a very warm and rich sound. My roommate has the boss CE-3, which is not bad, but this Biyang has nothing to envy, it provides a faster speed, which is what I wanted to stack.
Only snag for me: I find it breath. In clean, it......
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Probably a digital chorus pedal, but with a warm sound.
When set to "blend" for the volume effect and spread for speed. Plus a switch to select a speed range, fast or slow. You can go very slow to very fast. As a meusure that accelerates the speed, I feel that the depth of the effect also increases, but it is quite handy and intuitive.
Battery or 9v power supply

UTILIZATION

No manual, but two buttons ...
Very easy to use.

SOUND QUALITY

The chorus has a very warm and rich sound. My roommate has the boss CE-3, which is not bad, but this Biyang has nothing to envy, it provides a faster speed, which is what I wanted to stack.
Only snag for me: I find it breath. In clean, it is noticeable if you play very strong, but it can happen. In contrast, distortion, this is embarrassing. But the Boss seems to cause the same pb so I think it must be a characteristic of the chorus ...

OVERALL OPINION

I just could compare with CE 3 (made in Japan) boss, who is very good too, but at the level of the effect sound and settings, this one suits me better: the ability to adjust the volume of the effect, and achieve higher speeds.
I hesitate to return it soon once we could me exchange it against a model that blows less, but because the Boss seems to suffer the same pb, I think that for the price, I already consider myself happy : the effect sound is excellent, it is already not bad!
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" A good chorus"

Biyang CH-10 Aqua ChorusPublished on 04/18/13 at 08:13
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
A chorus with a switch slow / fast

UTILIZATION

The pedal is complete: two pots (speed settings and its direct mix / effect), plus a switch Slow / Fast to choose between two types of chorus. So, it does not give a lot of different sounds on arrival. Metal case, location or 9 Volts battery connector (Boss-type). A switch "true-bypass"

SOUND QUALITY

Then the chorus is one of my favorite effects, I bought a lot.
First impression: it looks suspiciously like the EHX Small Clone (choice Slow / Fast) with a Blend knob and more.
Put in front of my Boss CE-3, the Biyang maintains a good level of output (unlike the EC-3, is that the only fault of the Boss).
Both pots can have a very......
Read more
A chorus with a switch slow / fast

UTILIZATION

The pedal is complete: two pots (speed settings and its direct mix / effect), plus a switch Slow / Fast to choose between two types of chorus. So, it does not give a lot of different sounds on arrival. Metal case, location or 9 Volts battery connector (Boss-type). A switch "true-bypass"

SOUND QUALITY

Then the chorus is one of my favorite effects, I bought a lot.
First impression: it looks suspiciously like the EHX Small Clone (choice Slow / Fast) with a Blend knob and more.
Put in front of my Boss CE-3, the Biyang maintains a good level of output (unlike the EC-3, is that the only fault of the Boss).
Both pots can have a very wide range of sounds, always very musical.
This pedal is equally at home in arpeggios to thicken sound distortion.

OVERALL OPINION

I think for those who want a good chorus pedal, nice to look, without spending a fortune: it is a very good deal.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Biyang
  • Model: CH-10 Aqua Chorus
  • Series: Baby Boom!
  • Category: Choruses for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 08/09/2011

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