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Electro-Harmonix The Clone Theory Mk2
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Electro-Harmonix The Clone Theory Mk2

Chorus for Guitar from Electro-Harmonix belonging to the Clone series.

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Electro-Harmonix The Clone Theory Mk2Publié le 04/23/06 à 14:28
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Hey, there's no opinion on that?? Well we'll have to put one ...

So it's a vibrato / chorus, it's written on it.

The config is one between an output of no effect (which is not isolated, attention therefore has no use or no matter how you gonna rot your sound or cut), a out with purpose.

This is the analog around a MN3007 BBD.

UTILIZATION

It has two effects, one virbrato and a chorus, which adjusts the speed and depth, as usual. And you can mix the two sounds with a 3rd potentiometer. On the cot as Corus, on the other, that the vibrato, and between the two ... a wonderful world ...

A switch to switch to another mode, flanger / tremolo, or it has the same behavior but with......
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Hey, there's no opinion on that?? Well we'll have to put one ...

So it's a vibrato / chorus, it's written on it.

The config is one between an output of no effect (which is not isolated, attention therefore has no use or no matter how you gonna rot your sound or cut), a out with purpose.

This is the analog around a MN3007 BBD.

UTILIZATION

It has two effects, one virbrato and a chorus, which adjusts the speed and depth, as usual. And you can mix the two sounds with a 3rd potentiometer. On the cot as Corus, on the other, that the vibrato, and between the two ... a wonderful world ...

A switch to switch to another mode, flanger / tremolo, or it has the same behavior but with a flanger and vibrato. The flanger is lightweight, nothing to do with a flanger pedals as we used to. The vibrato here is DIFFERENT from the other mode chorus, it's still sound more.

No need for manual use of the buttons is easily understood by listening to what happens when you turn and reading their names.

SOUND QUALITY

So the sound ...

Ternisons does not, the sound is subjective trs. I would say that it kills. It is a chorus trs "fat", which grazed the sound is soft, it's beautiful, it EHX what. I'm kind of a love chorus cold and spatial, but for once, it's totally the other thing. Beautiful ...

Vibrato is the same kind, very full. Scary, put a background, we play wrong (more than a quarter tone, well ...), all. Enjoyable, though not used in a too strict in harmony. but for a solo ... hm ...

OVERALL OPINION

Need I say more ... I got to 20 (out of order, I rpar), but I could pay more, it was worth the hundred dollars I think.

It's old, it EHX is that of happiness, whatever. The fans will understand ... : D

It's more a museum piece than a chorus practice, lugging a concert and all. Too large, as is often the EHX. But it is a dtail ...

Note: As always, the notes are being a little snitch ...
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Electro-Harmonix
  • Model: The Clone Theory Mk2
  • Series: Clone
  • Category: Choruses for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 09/15/2016

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Other categories in Modulation effects pedals

Other names: theclonetheorymk2, the clone theory mk 2, the clone theory mkii, theclonetheorymkii

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