...the cool cat is an astounding chorus, and unbelievably cheap if you can find one second hand. i have one on my pedal board. before i bought i had a unique opportunity to a/b it with the boss ch-1 and with the very expensive tc electronics chorus/flanger. it sounded about 95% as rich and lush as the tc electronics, at about 1/8th the price!Chito said:You might want to include this too which is at the same price range as the ones above. I've not tried it but have read some good comments about it.
Chito said:That's what Ive been hearing about the Cool Cat.
I've used a CH1 for years but now I want a more richer sounding chorus. I tried the EH Nano Small Clone but with just one knob, it didn't really give me much in terms of being able to dial in the type of sound I like. I could probably get the more expensive Analogman, Voodoo Labs and the TC Electronics, but I figured for the amount of time I use the chorus pedal, spending that much money on the boutique ones is overkill. Just my opinion tho.
BTW, the new version of the CC uses 9volts rather than the original 18volts, I wonder if there would be a difference between the 2.
Excellent Pedal...i have it on my Pedal Board and it's quite versatileMilkman said:I have this one.
Believe it or not it's not as "digital" sounding as I normally prefer, but it has a wide range of chorusing sounds and it's pretty quiet. Also, the delay is very nice.
Run Like Hell without chorus would sound like a$$.jroberts said:I vote to banish chorus pedals altogether. There's nothing you can play with chorus that doesn't sound better without it. Worst sound on earth:
Ovation acoustic --> chorus pedal --> DI --> Board.
jroberts said:I vote to banish chorus pedals altogether. There's nothing you can play with chorus that doesn't sound better without it. Worst sound on earth: Ovation acoustic --> chorus pedal --> DI --> Board.