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Electro-Harmonix Small Clone Mk2
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Electro-Harmonix Small Clone Mk2
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Publié le 01/17/10 à 16:26
The Electro-Harmonix Small Clone (EH 4600 Full-Chorus) is a chorus pedal that can be used with any electronic instrument, but that I’ve only used with electronic guitar.<span> </span>This review will be focused on use of this pedal with electric guitar because of this, and is what most users will be using this pedal for. <span> </span>The pedal has standard ¼ inch connections and is powered by the nine volt power supply that comes with it.

UTILIZATION

<p class="MsoNormal">The make up of the Electro-Harmonix Small Clone is about as simple as it gets for a chorus pedal, as it only has a small number of parameters to work with.<span> </span>All you’ve got is a large knob to set the rate, and a switch to choose the level of depth.<span> </span>While this isn’t all that much control, controlling the rate will give you a good variety of different types of tones, and the depth switch adds a lot as well.<span> </span>The up side is that anyone can use it without the help of a manual for sure.


SOUND QUALITY

<p class="MsoNormal">There are very few pedals made by Electro-Harmonix that don’t bring something to the table in my opinion, and the Small Clone is definitely no exception.<span> </span>While I do wish there was a bit more versatility, for such a small pedal I really can’t complain as it packs a lot of power.<span> </span>The chorus tone can be described as extremely thick and regardless of where you set the depth, you’re going to get a wide sound, which is definitely something that I welcome.<span> </span>I’ve used the pedal in the recording studio with a Fender Stratocaster and a ’65 Fender Deluxe Reverb, so I’m definitely getting a clear enough signal to hear what this pedal truly sounds like.

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OVERALL OPINION

Unless you need a chorus pedal that will offer a lot of options, and you are on a budget, the Electro-Harmonix Small Clone is as good of a choice as any out there.<span> </span>It is a foot proof pedal to use and is quite reliable.<span> </span>This is the perfect pedal for those who want to add hints of chorus here and there, and don’t necessarily use chorus consistently.<span> </span>Overall, this is one my favorite chorus pedals in terms of bang for your buck…
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