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Sep. 28th, 2004 @ 02:10 am chorus ensamble
I have just gotten the chorus ensamble pedal
Damn that things is awsome, I bought it after a customer wanted to hear it on bass
Damn if it didn't give the warmest lushous tone to a mexican p-bass on a low end swr combo
I bought it in an instant.
It's just warm as it gets.
There is 4 programible presets, for users
five dofferent eq styles ranging from rich, bass, stanard, ce-1, ext.
It has abience setting giving a more reverb like feel, plus addistional hi and low eq'ing
just jammed with some friends tonight and blamo,
My sound was just so smooth
Then I added a little synth bass wah to get this awsome funky sound straight out of parliment
funk
It lets me go from jazzy to bootsy in seconds very very cool
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bujew:
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From:jhimm
Date:September 28th, 2004 06:05 am (UTC)
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and now you know
why i schlepp around
with 5-7 stomp boxes all the time.
:D
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From:bujew
Date:September 28th, 2004 09:49 am (UTC)
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yes yes I do.
what where they?
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From:jhimm
Date:September 28th, 2004 10:20 am (UTC)
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over the years a wide array of things

Distortions
classic tube
thrash master
metal zone
Flanger
Phaser
Wah
Envelope Filter
Delay
Tremelo

i'm pretty sure i'm forgetting some.
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From:bujew
Date:September 29th, 2004 06:12 am (UTC)
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awsome which one is the most important to you?
which one can you just not live without?
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From:jhimm
Date:September 29th, 2004 06:23 am (UTC)
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for guitar?
delay.

it never really showed through in Scissorkiss,
but i had spent the better part of 7 years
developing a very specific sound for myself on the guitar.
very "aquatic" i guess you could say.
the hingepin for it was the delay effect.

i'm not so sure delay would work well with bass,
though,
as it would probably make things very muddy.

i love combining chorus with phaser
or chorus with flanger
because if they're on slightly different osilations
the effect on your sound is always changing and unique.
Robert Smith and Perl Thompson were masters of this
(delay, phaser, and delay).