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chris_olden

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Howdy,
yeah, the tc electronics chorus pedal is really sweet.
I like how it is a "subtle" chorus. I'm a fan of the big
gooey chorus sound at times, but I generally opt
for "you can tell it's there if you listen for it" chorus.
Eric Johnson has the raddest clean tone of all time for
my tastes.
Gotta love Twin Reverbs run in stereo!!
Chris Olden

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ive heard nothing but good about the elex harmonix, but isnt it kindof expensive? ph, when did you write for guitar world? recently? i might have an issue with you in it.
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I think all Electroharmonix pedals are more than worth their price. Especially the Holy Grail reverb series. I wrote freelance for the Ear Candy, Buzz and Features sections a few years ago...some of my stuff may be still up on line, but I haven't written for them in like three or four years.
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All this chorus talk...I was working on a neck the other day, and BLASTING the Trower in my shop. Lesson learned: Trower/chisel = bad combination. "Lady Love" helped me turn the chisel into a gouge with little effort!
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After going through over 100 pedals over the past 25 years, I've found the best, lushest sounding joints to be the ones that I had when I was a grom: EH Small Stone & Clone. Step on 'em & you KNOW they're ON. There's a cat here in NYC (Brooklyn actually) named Howard Davis (aka Mick) who does the KILL mods to any EH pedal - he was the designer & co-designer of all the classic EH FX. I had him true-bypass my Clone & Stone, PLUS he modded the color switch on the Stone so when you flick it up - it gets a killer Phase 90-ish tone, or the classic EH SS sound with the switch off! Check his stuff out - go to http://www.analogman.com - get on the Guitar Effects forum for a link to his website. Later . . .
friendofshralpster

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mid 70's. still works.
friendofshralpster

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last question- if i dont get a trembucker spaced one will it still work? i cant find one anywhere. will it fit in the space properly?
luthierdude

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It will fit in the space, most assuredly. Most of the original (San Dimas produced) Charvels had regular buckers with Strat spaced bridges. You can even bend the tabs to favor one pole over the other. If this is the case, you would bend the tabs so that the poles are under the high strings as the bass strings have more energy and produce a greater magnetic field.
Don't get too hung up on it though: all that tone is in your fingers!
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wooohooo! ordering it up tonight!
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