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    What are we liking these days on bass? I've been listening to a lot of 80's lately, and I kinda miss that sound.
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    I've got the Boss CEB-3 and I like it.

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    • #3
      I've got a CEB-3 also, I love it. I play a good bit of 80's stuff and it works really well.

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      • #4
        I use a Voodoo Lab Analog Chorus. It sounds really good. Very similar to the Analog Man Clone Chorus, but cheaper. No low end loss either...if anything, it adds some.
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        • #5
          I like my EBS.
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            • #7
              i had a boss bass chorus (CEB-3, IIRC) and didn't care much for it. swapped it out for an ibanez soundtank series, and was much happier.

              still have the ibby come to think of it. probably the second longest-term bit of gear i've ever owned...
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              • #8
                Not really a chorus pedal per say, but I use the detune function on my Whammy II and it makes a real nice chorus sound to me
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                  Oh...that's you're answer for everything!
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                  • #10
                    Analogman Bi.Chorus

                    I like the EBS as well, but need two to get both a chorus and flange sound.

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                    • #11
                      Original 18v Danelectro Cool Cat. The new ones are 9v and don't sound as "cool", pun intended. It gives me a very Peter Hook kind of sound which is great because I love New Order.

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                      • #12
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                        • #13
                          Original 18v Danelectro Cool Cat. The new ones are 9v and don't sound as "cool", pun intended. It gives me a very Peter Hook kind of sound which is great because I love New Order.


                          +1. I have the 18v version with the adaptor (which is really hard to find nowadays). I originally bought it years ago for a guitarist friends' birthday present; he was a metal-head, so I figured a chorus pedal would be a nice change. Anyway, I had a couple of weeks until the party and since I was doing a 70's review at the theme park, I used it until the party.

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                          • #14
                            CEB-3 guys....I bought one a couple months ago and find I'm having trouble dialing in something I like....

                            I'm using it with my fretless jazz in an acoustic or soft rock context....

                            what kind of music do you play and what settings do you use...

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                            • #15
                              CEB-3 guys....I bought one a couple months ago and find I'm having trouble dialing in something I like....

                              I'm using it with my fretless jazz in an acoustic or soft rock context....

                              what kind of music do you play and what settings do you use...



                              I play anything and everything. At the moment just for myself.

                              What problems are you having?

                              I vary the settings depending on what bass I'm using. For my fretless I'd usually have the effect level at 12 o' clock, dial in the low filter to a sound I like, rate at about 9 or 10 o' clock and depth at 12 or 1.

                              For fretted I usually go bump up the depth a good bit and also the effect level.

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