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  • #31
    I thought a picture would brighten up this thread, and more features than you can shake a stick at.



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    • #32
      thanx for all the input folks!!!! maybe i will ship it down to howard davis after all. he did design it!!
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      • #33
        Originally posted by seifukusha


        +1 for the ch-01. its got a good slow flange like sweep and does a real nce vibrato as well....good call tiki!


        Not many people know about or have even heard the old Yamaha pedals ... they total sleepers, the ducks nuts so to speak.
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        • #34
          Originally posted by 4Kenoath

          If you get a spare one of those Simon, let me know.


          Hey Jimbo.

          You know I have two of the CH10's but only one of the CH-01's ... one of the CH10's needs a new switch but I prefer the sound of the CH-01, not by much though ... but! I know a place in OZ that has a CH-01 for sale right now, not sure if it's still there though. If you want it I can put you onto them.

          I was going to buy it myself but theres no need to be greedy if a mate wants one.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by TIKIROCKER


            Not many people know about or have even heard the old Yamaha pedals ... they total sleepers, the ducks nuts so to speak.


            +1

            No one seems to dig them and they are pretty high quality pedals.

            shhh...don't tell and we can keep buying them up for not much dough.
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            • #36
              Originally posted by TIKIROCKER


              Hey Jimbo.

              You know I have two of the CH10's but only one of the CH-01's ... one of the CH10's needs a new switch but I prefer the sound of the CH-01, not by much though ... but! I know a place in OZ that has a CH-01 for sale right now, not sure if it's still there though. If you want it I can put you onto them.

              I was going to buy it myself but theres no need to be greedy if a mate wants one.


              I forgot to check back here.

              Hmmm, sounds like the 01 is the one to get. How much and where?

              If you really need you should grab it as I'm not really sure how into chorus I am as yet.
              Jimbo
              If you're reading this, it only confirms what a hopeless computer nerd you are...you're probably a fat loser too...my condolences.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by 4Kenoath

                I forgot to check back here.

                Hmmm, sounds like the 01 is the one to get. How much and where?

                If you really need you should grab it as I'm not really sure how into chorus I am as yet.


                Put it this way, if you buy it and don't like it I'll buy it from you.

                I'll PM you the details.
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                • #38
                  HI Harmony C. folks,

                  I just picked up a really nice chorus for about 100.00 dollars; the Ibanez BC-9 "Bi-Mode" chorus. I remember it when it came out in the 80's. I purchased a regular CS-9, and then the BC-9 was released shortly after.

                  I'm using dual fender twin reverbs , so I thought the bi-mode feature would really benefit. It allows me to really utilize the adverse effects of chorus; it's really 2 chorus in one pedal. It allows independent rate and depth for each output jack. You can get the "doppler" effect which is interesting, or you can set both channels for the same effect. I've heard it's a little bit more "lush" than the CS-9 predecessor.

                  It's a vintage pedal from the 80's, probably not "true-bypass" , but I really don't ever hear a big differenence with that notion. I would love to check out the MXR re-issue or the analogman's chorus as well; but I'm tapped out for adding more pedals. I've got to invest in a better studio recorder - OUCH!

                  If you really want a cheap chorus that ain't too bad , try the the johnson for about 40 bucks. It's all metal housed , all analog, a little thin , but it has tone controls, level controls. But it aint, that lush.

                  see ya,

                  Donnie Loeffler

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Donnie L.
                    HI Harmony C. folks,

                    I just picked up a really nice chorus for about 100.00 dollars; the Ibanez BC-9 "Bi-Mode" chorus. I remember it when it came out in the 80's. I purchased a regular CS-9, and then the BC-9 was released shortly after.

                    I'm using dual fender twin reverbs , so I thought the bi-mode feature would really benefit. It allows me to really utilize the adverse effects of chorus; it's really 2 chorus in one pedal. It allows independent rate and depth for each output jack. You can get the "doppler" effect which is interesting, or you can set both channels for the same effect. I've heard it's a little bit more "lush" than the CS-9 predecessor.

                    It's a vintage pedal from the 80's, probably not "true-bypass" , but I really don't ever hear a big differenence with that notion. I would love to check out the MXR re-issue or the analogman's chorus as well; but I'm tapped out for adding more pedals. I've got to invest in a better studio recorder - OUCH!

                    If you really want a cheap chorus that ain't too bad , try the the johnson for about 40 bucks. It's all metal housed , all analog, a little thin , but it has tone controls, level controls. But it aint, that lush.

                    see ya,

                    Donnie Loeffler


                    I think Peavey put out a Bi-Mode analog chorus pedal too...
                    probably 20.00 on Ebay somewhere...

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                    • #40
                      Love your "One for The Vine" sig, Mike!

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by Donnie L.
                        It allows me to really utilize the adverse effects of chorus


                        Why would you want to utilize adverse effects?

                        Steve
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                        Originally Posted by mdog114


                        Boy, you should REALLY go back and slap you're teachers!

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                        • #42
                          Hey,

                          The Bi-Chorus from Analogman looks great!!!
                          I am gassing for one now!!!
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                          • #43
                            Anyone use the stero Uni-vibe Chorus?

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                            • #44
                              if the retro sonic chorus ensemble is under $300, that's the one to get.
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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by cqc6
                                The Bi-Chorus from Analogman looks great!!!
                                I am gassing for one now!!!

                                I just made a deal for one with Mr. Twang, can't wait to try it out!

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