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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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«  A good chorus »

Published on 04/18/13 at 08:13
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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