chorus pedal

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Chorus, vibrato, and easy-to-program presets in an elegantly simple design.

Deep and varied chorus and vibrato sounds that are easy to manipulate and access via presets. Nice presence in top end.

Switching between chorus and vibrato can sometimes feel a touch clumsy.

$239

NativeAudio Pretty Bird Woman
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NativeAudio’s Pretty Bird Woman chorus and vibrato makes for a nice study in economical design. There are just two knobs for modulation rate and depth, a footswitch that saves and scrolls presets, and a bypass switch that doubles as a vibrato/chorus switch when you hold it down for a few counts. These simple functions govern two very rich and varied modulation voices. And it only takes a little time to see, hear, and feel how the PBW’s design economy and intuitive controls would make it invaluable in a live setup.

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Here we go again! Last month we brought you part one of your guitar cohorts’ boards from around the world. Time to dig in for part two.

Premier Guitar’s annual feature gives readers the chance to show off their pedalboards. There are so many ways of thinking when it comes to wiring up your effects—that’s the fun of it! In this round we’ve got a tribute to Eddie Van Halen, a pandemic board from Amsterdam, a maximalist stomper with 17 pedals, a curly cord “board,” and much more. Go forth to discover new pedals, and stomp on!

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