Submitted by ben from leeds (46 points) on Nov 25, 2004
Works well for the obvious use of adding some stereo width to mono sounds. If you set up a feedback loop with just this and a delay pedal, you'll get a lot of curious rhythmic noises- good for giving an underlying click or throb to your noisescapes. If you turn the controls up high, then you get more of a phaser sound. Can't say that I find this particularly better or worse than other choruses, but it does its job and it doesn't cost the Earth.
Good Points: fairly cheap.
decent range of sounds available.
Bad Points: brittle plastic case.
not capable of much subtlety.
Submitted by maarten from Twello (64 points) on Aug 29, 2002
Well, actually i have a stereo chorus of the same company which isnt mentioned in the list. For a chorus it's the favourite i have, i prefer this above my boss CE-2 and CE-2b because the range is more wide. When used subtle and on a slow rate (which isn't possible by bosses mentioned) it's nice for electronic soundscapes. but actually nothing special here. The cheapest you can have and you won't get a loss of soundquality.
Good Points: more range than loads of other chorusses.
Bad Points: plastic case, output wire got broke easy fixed but not very reliable after all.