@imaustingood asked me what my thoughts were on the Boss CE-20 Chorus Ensemble Twin Pedal. I’m personally not too into modulation pedals, occasionally I use my MXR Phase 100 pedal. The part of why I have this blog, is to definitely look outside of my rut and see what’s out there, so I definitely like these questions, please keep them coming!
Looking at the Boss CE-20, I see it’s a ‘twin’ pedal and is a the big brother of the CE-1. The first pedal engages the manual settings of the chorus, while the second pedal manages presets.
Here is the official pedal description by Boss:
The Boss CE-20 Chorus Ensemble Twin Pedal is one of the best chorus effects pedals made. Lush but transparent. Models classics such as the CE-1 and SDD-320 and lets you create entirely new effects including chorus for bass and acoustic guitars. Brilliance and Ambience knobs provide unprecedented control over the effect engine. 6 chorus modes, 4 user memories with pedal recall, stereo I/O, headphone jack, and BOSS 5-year warranty.
Boss CE-20 Chorus Ensemble Twin Pedal Features:
* Models of classics
* 4 user memories with pedal recall
* Brilliance and Ambience knobs for more profound control
* Stereo I/O
* Headphone out
* 5-year warranty
I found a nice video going into great detail of what this pedal is capable of by azb24.
You can pick up the Boss CE-20 Chorus Ensemble Twin Pedal for $169.00 at Musician’s Friend.
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