Bass Chorus Pedal

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by bassman60, Dec 6, 2001.

  1. bassman60


    Jun 5, 2001
    I'm considering the Boss bass Chorus. I want something that will just add a little to bass lines on softer songs and kinda give things that pink floyd psychadelic (Spelling???) feel. What do you guys think of this pedal? I may experiment with it on harder songs too. I play in a creed/pearl jam type rock band. If you guys don't like this pedal, could you give me some suggestions on something else???? THanks.
  2. KB


    Jan 13, 2000
    Chapel Hill, NC
    It is OK for the price. I use mine every now and then. There are a lot of better Choruses out there, but for the money (usually around $60) you can't beat the Boss CEB-3.

  3. i think you would be just as happy with a guitar chorus as the ceb-3... the danelectro cool cat is suppose to be really nice too... I use my ceb-3 quite a bit but im really not to impressed with it.
  4. bassman60


    Jun 5, 2001
    Does anyone have any sound bites of the Boss Bass Chorus???

    I would greatly appreciate it if someone could post them on this thread or e-mail them to me at [email protected]

  5. i picked up a danelectro milkshake chorus pedal from $20 at a pawn shop. not the best chorus pedal out there, but couldn't beat the price. sounds great.
  6. E.O.M.


    Dec 7, 2001
    Grand Rapids, MI
    I own a Boss CEB-3 and it is excellent for the money. If you're tight on the budget, it's the way to go.
  7. E.O.M.


    Dec 7, 2001
    Grand Rapids, MI
    I made two sound clips for you.

    The first one is clean, and the second one is using the CEB-3.

    Both were played on an Ibanez SR 506.


  8. if u can ge ta hold of one, the dod fx62 is decent, although its not quite as "strong" as some of the others
  9. DiegoMcgee


    Oct 20, 2001
    Providence RI
    just bought one yesterday, I'll try it out
    with the band tonight and see how it sounds
    in the mix.I really like how it sounded with a
    little delay on it when I tried it in the store.
    For the price you can't go wrong.
    jim obrien
  10. seansbrew

    seansbrew Supporting Member

    Oct 23, 2000
    Mesa AZ.
    I like the EBS unichorus the best .it is bass specific and the quality of the effects are unmatched by any other pedal. The downside is the price (about $175)but if you have the dough its the way to go.


    Sep 26, 2001
    in the sun
    Or the TC Electronic SCF (corus/Flanger)
    Holds a candle that no other can touch. For the price it should be able to do the dishes, ($300 - :eek: ) but I still bought it knowing that If I did, I wouldn't loose any hard earned tone. I love it! If I had to do it all over again I would buy it. Besides TC Electronic has earned a reputation that every studio in the nation respects.

    But The boss is good for the price...
  12. I also use a tc electronics chorus.
    It has the best quality sound..and does a great job with flanging and vibrato as well.
    I don't use it often, but I love it when I do.
    Never chews up the low end.