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Ibanez CS-505 Chorus
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Publié le 09/22/06 à 13:24
This is a vintage stereo chorus, a contemporary of the Tube Screamer TS808
it works with two 9V batteries or 18V adapter
She owns two settings: speed and depth

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use
alkaline batteries are good, the saline batteries at all, at best qq hours, which is rather normal for this type of effect

SOUND QUALITY

Very very good vintage sound, the circuits of the era are for something!
sounds can be very mild or greater, but in a way the chorus is not too intrusive.
The sound of the guitar is perfectly respect what is rather rare for a chorus!
He even wonders a very slight dosage for inflating saturations or metal neo metal or hard rock sounds more like deep purple. I also used especially for ca!
In short, the very large vintage quality that can fit discreetly in all styles from oldest to most modern

OVERALL OPINION

Very good!
This pedal is rated in the 180 200 euros, c expensive but it's worth it!
guitarist for clear
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