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MXR M148 Micro Chorus
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MXR M148 Micro Chorus
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Thierry255 Thierry255

«  But two big advantages defects rdhibitoires »

Published on 02/05/14 at 06:32
Chorus food standard battery or power supply type boss (mA Low consumption elsewhere).
One knob for varying speed & overall intensity of the effect.
Analog pedal, no possibility of stro.

USE

If we do not manage the rgler that the .........!
A boution and turn "in" and "out" for the connection ...
I have no manual, but there are you REALLY need it ???? !!
I wanted an extremely simple chorus of use, it is served!

SOUND QUALITY

Branch in faade, clear sound, the effect is particularly effective. I use it on electric guitars.

The chorus sound is really trsrussi we can cover styles rather varis (I rarely use extreme rglages), just with a single knob to rglage. Also advantageous to modify the chorus with the tip of his cowboy ': D
We can not reach the extreme sonorits, chorus goes "relatively quiet" "Introduced" without forcment have this brilliant ct (or mtallique, one might say) as could be the Small Clone for example, with highs that are rhausss (too?).

Branch in the effects loop, the that's another story .....

I have 2 problems with this use (defects that seem rather frquents on this model), and are absolutely rdhibitoires me.
Both clear that saturated her I have a strong increase in volume when the Switch-on effect!
I was able to partially reduce this phenomenon just type in descending a buffer before ... I would have made the investment ...... If I had not had another phnom does that sound Drange me.

For distortion (I use one of my amp), I really like placs Chorus before (I find that it makes the sound less prcis), so for me it is placed after chorus and this is the bt hurts ... !!
With large spaces behind distos means behind the distortion as a flanger sound (well presented in the First half of the stroke of knob) I do not want to !!

NOTICE GLOBAL

Pedal uses 2 months.
I tried Neo and Small Clone, CE2, Malekko. It will require testing the M234!
I really ADOR use in clean facade in !! But in the loop without a buffer behind, for me it is unusable, the relative increase in volume and the background noise flanger (that I found not as pronounced on other models ) in addition to aa eventually decide to sell it to me.
For someone would use in facade and the flanger sound that is not a magic Drange pedal !!
She lets me suddenly got a rear of unfinished because it has big qualities but also major defects .... What a shame ...
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