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Electro-Harmonix Small Clone Mk2
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Linn Sondek Linn Sondek

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Published on 05/01/13 at 09:07
Analogue chorus effect pedal.
Rate and Depth control switch.
Solid case.

UTILIZATION

Ultra easy to use. Manuel useless.

SOUND QUALITY

See below.

OVERALL OPINION

This pedal is one of the first that I have acquired after having sold off all my digital gear.
I then found it fantastic. Today, I will not be too ecstatic! I have since acquired a chorus MXR, which puts a lot my first infatuation Clone!
However, I will try to ignore the sublime MXR to talk a little about the EHX.
The effect is very present, we can not deny it, and rather warm. I would even say too far and too warm! Somewhat intrusive even mini ... But this is not in itself a defect, it is sufficient to know the time of purchase to avoid disappointment. The effect itself is not without quality but I do appreciate it more simply face the class and many settings MXR chorus which, for me, is the absolute reference. Damn! so I can not ignore the MXR M234 to discuss this Small Clone ...
Come on, this is a good chorus, cheap to begin or for a specific use of its special character.
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