Boss CE-5 Stereo Chorus Ensemble Pedal

Posted by on 26th September 2012 in Boss Guitar Sound Effects

Ultra-high quality compact chorus pedal for guitarists and keyboardists. BOSS 5-year warranty!
High- and Low-cut filters for shaping tonality of the chorus.
Offers Effect Level, Rate, Depth and Filter knobs for complete control.
Mono input and Stereo outputs for connection to dual amps or for studio use.
Produces a range of chorusing effects, from subtle to extreme.

Guitar Pedals How To Set Boss CE-5 Stereo Chorus Ensemble Pedal

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guitar Pedals How To Set Boss CE-5 Stereo Chorus Ensemble Pedal.

When two musical instrument are played simulatenously the tunes can never be of the same pitch. The slight pitch difference produce a thicker sound, that is why  12 strings guitar sounds so wide and thick. Chorus is a bright jingling guitar sound which is the characteristic of 80’s group band.

NOTE: You want to start adjusting your individual
Boss CE-5 Stereo Chorus Ensemble Pedalby putting the control knobs at 12 o’clock. Which is the factory preset volume and gain.

How does it work ?

Guitar sound pitch is slightly increased and derived during it is being played and when the shifted pitch is mixed with the dry guitar signal we weill hear the thickening chorus effect. Pitch shift is resulted by very short delay effect which is generally about 30 milliseconds and because of the delay time faster and longer changes by the LFO slow oscillator. By changing delay time, delayed signal is a bit faster or slower replayed so the pitch is heard a bit higher or lower. This is similar to the effect when you slow down or speed up a cassette player. It is the basic reason why the subtle wobbling pitch of a Chorus pedal can be easily overused.

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