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Chorus for Guitar from Marshall belonging to the Effects series.

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  • Johnny DiamondJohnny Diamond

    The sound I was looking for

    Marshall SV-1 SuperVibePublished on 12/05/21 at 15:23
    I originally bought the EHX Clone Theory Chorus but was disappointed. I’m into 80s post punk new wave type guitar and it just didn’t sound right to me. I got the Marshall SV Chorus and it instantly hit the mark for my style for a third of the price used.
  • AdrimedAdrimed

    Marshall SV-1 SuperVibePublished on 05/21/09 at 13:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Marshall Supervibe, analog chorus.
    Battery Power / 9volts sector.
    4 knobs: speed / depht / wave / filter.
    Mono or stro outputs.
    Pedal robust and nice look!

    USE

    Speed ​​for speed, depht increases the intensity of the chorus, wave acts as a delay time but sounded kind chorus vibrato, filter allows Lighten the sound spectrum.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Chorus defines a genre well enough Arian, although progressive orders, we can go to the flange hovering well psychs sounds!
    Together more than adequate, lacking some power all the same.
    The filter background, the effect blows a little but still very reasonable, what is good is that wave and depht have interactivity allowing grate some…
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    Marshall Supervibe, analog chorus.
    Battery Power / 9volts sector.
    4 knobs: speed / depht / wave / filter.
    Mono or stro outputs.
    Pedal robust and nice look!

    USE

    Speed ​​for speed, depht increases the intensity of the chorus, wave acts as a delay time but sounded kind chorus vibrato, filter allows Lighten the sound spectrum.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Chorus defines a genre well enough Arian, although progressive orders, we can go to the flange hovering well psychs sounds!
    Together more than adequate, lacking some power all the same.
    The filter background, the effect blows a little but still very reasonable, what is good is that wave and depht have interactivity allowing grate some nuances.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I advise Supervibe anyone looking for an inexpensive chorus doing its job!
    Excellent qualitprix, after if you want much better most expensive!
    The advantage compar a "Small clone" Electroharmonix chorus is that it is much more comprehensive level controls.
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  • MGR/AnonymousMGR/Anonymous

    Marshall SV-1 Supervibe Chorus

    Marshall SV-1 SuperVibePublished on 09/03/03 at 15:00
    Bought my sv-1 at the Guitar Centre in Wembley. Paid 40 Pounds for it

    Well, when you look at it for the first time you will see that the design is very nice. It's very rugged and quite heavy, as it's made of pure steel. NO plastic at all!

    It's got a fantastic sound, quite analog. With the "wave" control you can manage all types of choruses, from flanging to vibrato sounds. Really nice.

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    This pedal is really worth the money!!!

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
  • MGR/Andrew RabloczkyMGR/Andrew Rabloczky

    Marshall Supervibe SV-1

    Marshall SV-1 SuperVibePublished on 11/27/02 at 15:00
    I bought it in Finkey guitar shop in Budapest, Hungary. I paid about 50 bucks (14000 HUF). It was used, but the Supervibe entirely was realsed less then a year ago.

    I wanted to get a Metallica accoustic sound, like in "Nothing else matters" or "Bleeding me" etc. Although this is named as a chorus pedal, it can be tuned to get vibrato effect as well. So, I was able to get the sound i wanted, so I'm happy with this pedal. It's very versatile, so I can play every style with. It has stereo output, and it's price is o.k.
    Important: ABSOLUTELY NO NOISE!!!
    My gear: Jackson JS30, Marshall Valvestate 8040, Dunlop Crybaby, Marshall Jackhammer, and Dunlop Tortex 0.88 of course ;-)

    The knobs are m…
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    I bought it in Finkey guitar shop in Budapest, Hungary. I paid about 50 bucks (14000 HUF). It was used, but the Supervibe entirely was realsed less then a year ago.

    I wanted to get a Metallica accoustic sound, like in "Nothing else matters" or "Bleeding me" etc. Although this is named as a chorus pedal, it can be tuned to get vibrato effect as well. So, I was able to get the sound i wanted, so I'm happy with this pedal. It's very versatile, so I can play every style with. It has stereo output, and it's price is o.k.
    Important: ABSOLUTELY NO NOISE!!!
    My gear: Jackson JS30, Marshall Valvestate 8040, Dunlop Crybaby, Marshall Jackhammer, and Dunlop Tortex 0.88 of course ;-)

    The knobs are made of shiny chrome, so it's hard to see the signs on it when it reflects some light. (The only Marshall pedal problem.)

    Made of steel, and solid bypass switch. You'll never break it!

    If you dont need tons of effect, just the basics (wah, dist/od, chorus), this chorus pedal is made for you. (Otherwise buy an expensive multieffect.) You can get a versatile sound, and quality without any noise.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • mouton595mouton595

    Marshall SV-1 SuperVibePublished on 12/26/04 at 09:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The pedal has 4 knobs: speed, depth, wave and filter, it has one input and two outputs (for stereo). It weighs about 500 grams, which gives it a very good stability. SV1 also features a true bypass

    UTILIZATION

    Very very simple, after 10 minutes it was all inclusive

    SOUND QUALITY

    Then, there's no photo, c is only good when you put the activities to a minimum, we have the right to a great flanger, the depth is perfect. The button allows al wave wave take different forms, which has the advantages to make the sound of vintage and modern trends.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used the past week, and I love the, I do it again this choice without hesitation, but a reproach, how…
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    The pedal has 4 knobs: speed, depth, wave and filter, it has one input and two outputs (for stereo). It weighs about 500 grams, which gives it a very good stability. SV1 also features a true bypass

    UTILIZATION

    Very very simple, after 10 minutes it was all inclusive

    SOUND QUALITY

    Then, there's no photo, c is only good when you put the activities to a minimum, we have the right to a great flanger, the depth is perfect. The button allows al wave wave take different forms, which has the advantages to make the sound of vintage and modern trends.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used the past week, and I love the, I do it again this choice without hesitation, but a reproach, however: the store, I had used with the universal power supply normal, there was not noise parasite pareilchez me with 9V battery. However, at home, with my universal power supply, my pedal is the sound of microwave, which grows proportionally with depth (depth). Someone one can help m?
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  • toofftooff

    Marshall SV-1 SuperVibePublished on 12/27/04 at 06:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    > 4 knobs that allow to chorus, tremolo and other if we dbrouille well.
    There are four examples of sounds in the record
    Input
    mono output and normal (well I think ...)
    battery or power supply transformer

    UTILIZATION

    Thanks to the manual c super fast to take control quickly we understand TRS

    OK OK OK OK

    SOUND QUALITY

    Then
    I prfere to the CH-10 (although if c is called like that kel) boss! it is cheaper and more
    but hey c a matter of taste you have to test

    OVERALL OPINION

    Super pedals makes really good job
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    > 4 knobs that allow to chorus, tremolo and other if we dbrouille well.
    There are four examples of sounds in the record
    Input
    mono output and normal (well I think ...)
    battery or power supply transformer

    UTILIZATION

    Thanks to the manual c super fast to take control quickly we understand TRS

    OK OK OK OK

    SOUND QUALITY

    Then
    I prfere to the CH-10 (although if c is called like that kel) boss! it is cheaper and more
    but hey c a matter of taste you have to test

    OVERALL OPINION

    Super pedals makes really good job
    See less
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