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  • Paradise City Chorus effect

    Hey guys, I know, another stupid Slash tone thread, but I've got a question. I've been playing around with my Digitech Rp255 multieffects pedal, specifically with the chorus setting trying to get that Paradise City tone. I can't get anywhere close to it, but the pedal isn't real easy to tinker with while playing.

    What settings should I be using? Or should I just try a different pedal altogether? I don't want to spend much money if I have to go with a different pedal, so would would one of the Dano Fab Chorus pedals get me there?

    BTW, I'm playing my Agile al2k through my jet city 20w half stack.

    Thanks.
    Ibanez V300 Acoustic
    Agile AL2000 HSBF
    Dean Hardtail Blue Flame
    Kit Built LP
    Jay Turser JT-220 Goldtop
    Jet City JCA20h/12 Half Stack

    Proud Member of the Jet Setters (Jet City Lounge)

  • #2
    Bridge Pickup with the volume backed off half way. A light compression and chorus will get you there.
    ...end of line.

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    • #3
      Bridge Pickup with the volume backed off half way. A light compression and chorus will get you there.


      thank you for your reply, honestly, but, I sorta knew that already, I just need to know what chorus settings to use. I don't really use it for anything else, so I'm confused by the "speed" "level" and "depth" settings
      Ibanez V300 Acoustic
      Agile AL2000 HSBF
      Dean Hardtail Blue Flame
      Kit Built LP
      Jay Turser JT-220 Goldtop
      Jet City JCA20h/12 Half Stack

      Proud Member of the Jet Setters (Jet City Lounge)

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      • #4
        Speed is how fast it goes, depth is how deep it goes, and level is how loud it goes.. What else ya need?
        Signature...

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        • #5
          Speed is how fast it goes, depth is how deep it goes, and level is how loud it goes.. What else ya need?


          how do they go together to get the right sound
          Ibanez V300 Acoustic
          Agile AL2000 HSBF
          Dean Hardtail Blue Flame
          Kit Built LP
          Jay Turser JT-220 Goldtop
          Jet City JCA20h/12 Half Stack

          Proud Member of the Jet Setters (Jet City Lounge)

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          • #6
            Put the depth about 75% or 3 o'clock. The Speed around 45% or 11 o'clock. Level wherever you want. That will get you close.
            ...end of line.

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            • #7
              THANK you very much!
              Ibanez V300 Acoustic
              Agile AL2000 HSBF
              Dean Hardtail Blue Flame
              Kit Built LP
              Jay Turser JT-220 Goldtop
              Jet City JCA20h/12 Half Stack

              Proud Member of the Jet Setters (Jet City Lounge)

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              • #8
                Speed is how fast it goes, depth is how deep it goes, and level is how loud it goes.. What else ya need?


                LOL sometimes you gotta just tweak them knobs until you get where you need to go...
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                • #9
                  LOL sometimes you gotta just tweak them knobs until you get where you need to go...


                  That's what she said! Ha!
                  "I've got a briefcase of thin air. I can play some tricks on you, pretend that I don't care." The Contrast

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