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Providence Anadime Chorus ADC-3
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  • JackMcCoyJackMcCoy

    The Best!

    Providence Anadime Chorus ADC-3Published on 06/28/12 at 00:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Mono analog chorus made in Japan.
    Powered by 9V as a Boss.
    Simple adjustments but well thought out and usable throughout their race: same settings is still music. The two-position switch that adjusts the "depth" of the effect is highly significant (roughly, the position "deep" is more vintage and warm, the other more precise and air).

    UTILIZATION

    Pedal exudes strength and potentiometers are perfectly. Quality level is compared to the Fulltone 10 years ago: absolutely flawless.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Top! The breath (in its very saturated only) is insignificant, no boost as junk with the Homebrew Electronics and an incredibly successful effect. It's not too hot, always music…
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    Mono analog chorus made in Japan.
    Powered by 9V as a Boss.
    Simple adjustments but well thought out and usable throughout their race: same settings is still music. The two-position switch that adjusts the "depth" of the effect is highly significant (roughly, the position "deep" is more vintage and warm, the other more precise and air).

    UTILIZATION

    Pedal exudes strength and potentiometers are perfectly. Quality level is compared to the Fulltone 10 years ago: absolutely flawless.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Top! The breath (in its very saturated only) is insignificant, no boost as junk with the Homebrew Electronics and an incredibly successful effect. It's not too hot, always musical and extremely versatile; it sounds like a blue sky!
    This is one of the few chorus pedals can produce a credible Leslie (how "deep", depth 10-11h and speed at the bottom).
    The only one who can compete, it is the THC Homebrew Elexctronics alas, it blows like an ox and above generates a boost or overdrive a sort of very ugly when he submits a signal a little support (a Les Paul for example).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I really do not see what we could blame this pedal!
    I also have a Boss CE-2 modified by Keeley, also excellent, and both are equal, Providence is a bit warmer.
    Do not buy until you try chorus that one!
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