Great old chorus pedal . Better than any other chorus I've heard or played . If you see one cheap its a great tool to have on hand .
A tip . if you open it up you'll see 2 pots stuck in place with blue goo . If you get a scredriver and carefully break the goo you can give it more or less depth and rate . word is there's a few types of ce2 . some japanese and some taiwainese. the japanese go for more cause they sound a bit better . but the components are the same its just a tiny difference in how the pots were set up at the factory . so with some adjustment a cheaper taiwanese can sound the same as the more expensive types.
Price: $60.00 aus
Where Obtained: friend
2 knobs. rate ,depth thats about it
Great sound in my opinon . The CE2 were the last analogue chrous boss made (so I've been told ) . I leave it on alot set to a gentle shallow chorusing you can hardly hear and it works wonders for fattening up . Makes my clean shimmer and distortion swirl
2 knobs . If your having trouble working it out seek medical advice
Its 20 or so years old and its still kicking. I'm not into alot of boss stuff but you've got to give em credit for durability
I test the CE-5 and CE-3 and I dont like the souds
(not much real and very digital).
This CE-2 its a great pedal but If you are looking for a chorus pedal with more features than this is not the pedal for you.
Model Year: 1980
Where Obtained: Used Store (Vintage)
- Two knobs, Rate and Depth.
- AC 9V or Battery.
- No stereo (1 in and 1 out).
Best chorus pedal I have ever used, The sound its so smooth and melow, you dont need much efects for a great chorus with this Boss.
This is part of DAVID GILMOUR setup in Pink Floyd (look
Shine, Echoes, Us and Them, Coming Back to Life, etc).
The unit is very quiet at all time and if you like Blues, Jazz, Rock or other styles, this is your best choice.
It is really easy to use with the two knobs.
2 Knobs in 11:00Hs and some delay. Its very fat, analog and real.
Very dependable like most Bosses.