When do you Use your chorus?

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Adam Maloney, Dec 15, 2012.

  1. Adam Maloney

    Adam Maloney Supporting Member

    Jan 22, 2012
    Raleigh, NC
    I played a gig the other day where the bassist who's rig I used had multiple channels, one of which had a light chorus. I really liked the warmth and overall size it gave my sound, but I didn't have the time to play around with the channel to find what it was really capable of. I'm ordering a zoom B3 soon, and I'm curious of how I can use the chorus, and the different ways it can affect my sound. I realize I'll learn by just playing with it, but I'd like some suggestions as to how you guys use chorus in your sound. Thanks in advance for your help! Adam
  2. gjbassist

    gjbassist Supporting Member

    Sep 7, 2005
    Kansas City, MO
    If you have a band with a single guitar play, chorus works great for filling in sonic space when the guitar player is soloing. I also use it sometimes when I solo just to give a different tone.
  3. I use it after octaver>fuzz>filter and I use detune as a last effect in all of the synth patches I've come up with on the B3. It makes synthy sounds more, um, synthy. I use it a lot just after fuzz too. It just makes every thing sound bigger. It makes my MXR blue box sound really tight like a man's anus.
  4. I thought if something sounded like ass it was a negative. Shows what I know.
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  6. kreider204


    Nov 29, 2008
    WI, USA
    Depends on the ass.
  7. BFunk

    BFunk Gold Supporting Member

    A little sounds good with distortion. It fattens up the sound.
  8. bass_lord_mutha

    bass_lord_mutha Gold Supporting Member

    Oct 6, 2006
    Odessa, TX
    I also use chorus at times during solos and quite often with overdrive.
  9. I pretty much put the chorus after the verse ;)
  10. bass_lord_mutha

    bass_lord_mutha Gold Supporting Member

    Oct 6, 2006
    Odessa, TX
  11. Swift713


    Dec 4, 2006
    Pittsfield, Ma
    Mostly on rhythm guitar.