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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by waparker4, Feb 12, 2015.
Yeah, I'm going to second this position. My Princeton Chorus sounds sterile and dry - I leave the chorus on to bring a bit of depth and un-sterilize the sound a bit.
the solo in The Beatles "Nowhere Man"
Chorus: Guns n' Roses - Paradise City (occasionally their version of Knocking on Heaven's Door)
flange: on the rare occasion that I use it, it's usually for a Van Halen song
Vibrato/tremolo: Radiohead - Creep
Rotary: Stevie Ray Vaughan - Cold Shot, Nirvana - Come As You Are
Zombie thread, I know, but hey what the heck, I've been playing with Chorus a lot lately so:
- Walking on the Moon / Every Breath / Message in a Bottle
- Run to You
- Purple Rain
- Echo Beach
- Paradise City
- The final bit in Under the Bridge ("yeeeeh, yeeeeh, yyeeeiiih, yeeeiiihhh, under the bridge downtown....")
- White Wedding
- Bigmouth Strikes Again
- Brass in Pocket / 2,000 Miles
- Intro to She Sells Sanctuary
- Here Comes the Sun
- Come As You Are
- Don't Fear the Reaper
There's probably a few more.
I couldn't have said it better.
I love most modulation effects--tremolo, vibrato, Leslie, phase shifter, flanger...but chorus is a big, uppercase Nope.
I have spent the last ten years trying to wean myself off the chorus pedal.
I have largely succeeded.
I grew us listening to EJ, and his TC Chorus pedal.
I liked it.
Now I only use chorus on 80s stuff.
I use it on one of Audrey’s songs, her power ballad.
Anways, I try to only use it for spice.
I know what you mean, I went through a period of deep dislike of the effect after the 'Great 80s Chorus Hangover'...
But now, I'm really enjoying the cheese...