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what chorus pedal can give me this sound?

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by The Ethanator, Sep 23, 2008.

  1. about 3:06 in. its a really trippy vibrato-esque sound. im not looking to spend more than $100 with light use. as far as my chorus selection goes, im mainly looking at the digitech bass multichorus, boss ceb-3, and the ehx clone theory (newer version, 3 knobs). the demos on the digitech website dont show much change in the 'speed' control. is that the knob that will give me what i want? if anyone has one of these pedals (preferably the digitech), could you do me a favor and try seeing if you can get a sound similar to that? if you can, that would be greatly appreciated. thanks in advance!
  2. 250GBsOfAwesome


    Jul 11, 2008
    Analog Man is a verrrrrrry unique sound and they're pretty much the standard in chorus pedals so anything that you get close to it with probably won't sound as good. With that being said, I have a ceb-3 and it's great, I can get close to that sound, but it'll never truly sound like an Analog Man.
  3. yeah, i dont expect to be able to truly exactly repliacte the sound of a $200 pedal with a <$100 substitute. that sound is actually a SLIGHT exageration of what i would use. id mainly be using that sound for when i play stoner metal
  4. bigchiefbc

    bigchiefbc Supporting Member

    Oct 9, 2006
    Rhode Island, USA
    IIRC the Analogman Clone is a re-do (granted a significant re-do) of the EHX Small Clone, so I'd start there. I have a Small Clone, and I can get pretty close to that sound with the depth switch up, and the speed cranked near maximum. And its under $100. I'm not talking about the Clone Theory, either, that is a different pedal with a completely different sound IMHO.

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