analogguru wrote:Joyo Classic Chorus = Ibanez CS 9 (in mono)
Dave_Mc wrote:cs9? interesting. my chorus is about the only one of the joyos i have that I don't like so much- i mean, it's alright, and for the price it's hard to complain, but it's a bit noisy and a little thin-sounding. my tonerider chorus (i think it's based on a ce2, but don't think it's an exact clone) sounds a lot richer (and has no noise).
analogguru wrote:Joyo Tremolo (JF-09) = Fulltone Supa-Trem =~ Demeter Tremulator
atreidesheir wrote:(a) For a cheap analog chorus the Moen Holy Choir sounds good. A friend has one in his rig. Sounds good.
(b) I like the pt2399 delays, analog or not. They sound sweet to me.
(c) I am glad AG is clearing this up for us.
(d) I have been very curious about the origins of the circuits. There is NOTHING wrong with the sound of joyo pedals.
Effectsiation wrote:Also, they added a "JF-39 - Deluxe Crunch" to the list, if someone could add that to the first post.
The ad copy says: "Updated version of classic Crunch with higher adjustability, which brings you a almighty Crunch distortion.This pedal definitely is the best of a lot of British pedals. True Bypass design"
So... it's the MI Audio Crunch Box with a Pre control? I guess we won't really know without gutshots.
atreidesheir wrote:opened a joyo tremolo for a friend. The trimpot just beneath the rate pot is maxed and gets close to unity gain. You can bend the guard on the trimpot and turn the trimmer up just a bit more and makes the pedal a real winner.
read about this on tdpri and can confirm it is a great little move to make for this great pedal.
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