The V2 Liquid Chorus incorporates the chorus channel of the V2 H2O in a single pedal, with a Depth knob added to the Speed, Width, and Delay Time controls for everything from subtle to lush to underwa... Read More
The V2 Liquid Chorus incorporates the chorus channel of the V2 H2O in a single pedal, with a Depth knob added to the Speed, Width, and Delay Time controls for everything from subtle to lush to underwater. The Liquid Chorus pedal also has two 1/4" outputs, normal and inverted, for running in stereo.
Wonderfully voiced for electric, acoustic, or bass guitar, using pure analog circuitry, the Liquid Chorus pedal will make your sound stand out from all the rest. At the heart of the Liquid Chorus circuit are custom-designed Visual Sound bucket brigade chips. Use the Depth knob to set the overall style of Chorus (from light to lush) and the user-friendly knobs to adjust how you want your chorus to sound. Unlike H2O, the second output of Liquid Chorus is a true stereo output for extremely spacious sounds when used with two amps, a PA system, or when recording.
From the V2 Series, the Visual Sound V2LC Liquid Chorus is a guitar effects pedal that features a die-cast aluminum housing, ultra-reliable 10 million cycle switching, easy battery access and circuit protection from AC adapters.
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This pedal can get a wide array of different sounds from a subtle chorus to thicken up your sound a bit to an underwater Leslie-type sound. I have the H2O (which is no longer in production) but it had this chorus pedal and an Echo pedal in the same unit. If I could do it again, I think I would buy this pedal instead of the H2O. The Echo side sounds really good (for a digital delay) but I wanted an analog one so I got the MXR Carbon Copy. Long story short; you can't get a better chorus pedal for this price.
So, i got this pedal over a few weeks ago but somehow it seems longer. the pedal is a great addition to my line up of pedals, and i use it almost as often as i use my distortion (just not at the same time)the sounds are absolutely amazing, and for those of you who may not know inside the pedal is a dry/stereo switch http://www.visualsound.net/PDF/V2LC-Sample-Settings.pdf theres the link it's such a cool pedal and it really has it's uses in my rig.
I have been using some Visual Sound pedals in my rig for about 6 months now. I own the Jekyll and Hyde, and now the liquid chorus. I have been using the Liquid Chorus for about a week now, it is excellent. I really like this pedal for its versatility. It is great clean, dirty, with delay, and even with my Crybaby pedal. My rig is an Epiphone G400 going into a Korg pedal tuner, Crybaby, Bad monkey, Jekyll and Hyde, Boss Giga Delay, and Liquid Chorus into a Line 6 amp. The chorus is great with clean tones. It can go from subtle to really crazy unusably fast. I set the speed all the way down and set the middle two knobs halfway or above, with the right knob cranked up. This is my personal preference, but others may like a faster setting. It is really lush with a lot of versatility. With OD and Distortion the pedal really shines. It really can spice up your sound with a "thicker" sound. You have to try it. It really adds something, but it is hard to describe. It almost takes on a flanging effect, which really adds to leads and rhythm alike. Chorus with delay can really give some unique sounds as well. It makes a great clean lead with spice. Great for worship music in church.
A great sounding Chorus. Moves from light phase sweeps to lush chorus and evena decent leslie mimic. I run it in the effect loop and it's a decent unit. For the bucks one would be hard pressed to get a better one. I like all the VS v2 series pedals.
I researched this pedal extensively. Just purchased it, and have used it only once at rehearsal. Putting it through the paces on different tunes, the pedal did exactly what I wanted and more. Clear tones, rich textures, excellent performance. I am a demanding session player. This pedal will be in my collection for a long time to come.
This pedal really puts out. Four simple knobs, nothing too confusing about it. the stereo output is great. The chorus is beautiful and lush and can be adjusted to just about any style or tone. id really recommend checking this pedal out.
I have just gotten this pedal, I already own the visualsound jekyl and hyde, overdrive and distorition pedal, and I love it, so when it was time to buy a chorus pedal I decided to go with visualsound and I am very happy that I did. I love this pedal, the four knobs on the pedal really make for an array of different sounds. I have tried the Boss Chorus pedal and I thought thaat it was pretty good, but it does not even compare to the liquid chorus. I highly recomend this pedal, trust me you wont be disapointed.