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Ampeg Pedals | Liquifier Analogue Chorus
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Ampeg Pedals | Liquifier Analogue Chorus

Incredibly Rich Dual Chorus Circuit Design

Within the world of Bass amplification there is one brand that has truly stood the test of time and continues to deliver that high quality full sound that Bass players craving. Originally established back in 1946 Ampeg has been a staple and iconic brand within the world of music, we are so incredibly excited to bring their range to you here at Peach Guitars.

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Within the world of Bass amplification there is one brand that has truly stood the test of time and continues to deliver that high quality full sound that Bass players craving. Originally established back in 1946 Ampeg has been a staple and iconic brand within the world of music, we are so incredibly excited to bring their range to you here at Peach Guitars.

A chorus effect essentially copies the original signal, slightly alters the timing using delay, and combines it with the original signal. By adjusting various parameters, a wide range of effects may be produced. Just like a chorus of singers, the combination of multiple, slightly differing sources creates blurriness of both pitch and rhythm that makes the sound feel wider than the original. When used tastefully, chorus can add a very melodic presence to a bass line. It provides a soft, ethereal sweeping effect that is useful for thickening and for making a particular sound pop out of the mix. It can also be abused for all kinds of great, specialised effects!

But here's what makes the Ampeg Liquifier Analogue Chorus pedal unique:

  • Instead of just a single delayed copy of the original signal, the Liquifier makes two copies... and one of those copies is a polarity-inverted mirror image.
  • What happens next is that two separate triangle waves vibrate the pitch of the copies. These waves are linked so that as one copy rises sharply in pitch, the other wave falls flat by the same amount. As the pitches criss-cross each other, some high frequencies cancel each other out in a 'comb-filtering' effect that rises.
  • When the two copies are matched exactly in their pitch-shift, they briefly disappear. This is also known as 'through-zero flanging,' a rarity in true-analog effects pedals.
  • All three signals (dry + delay + polarity-inverted mirror image) are blended together via the Effect Level knob. The result is signal movement that swirls in a 3-dimensional manner.

Now go impress your friends with this new-found knowledge!

 
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