TC Electronic SCF Stereo Chorus Flanger Reviews4.2/5.0 based on 3 customer reviews
This pedal was boutique before there was such a word and to this day is still a part of Eric Johnson's clean rhythm sound. Lots of great tones from subtle shimmer to all-out warble are easily found. Having the remote access option is cool so you can mount your pedals in a rack and reduce floor clutter.
October 12, 2008Music Background:
THE chorus pedalI've this pedal in my rig since 2000, and I always have it on. I don't even think about it. I just love it. I've tried many other chorses before and since, and by comparison, they aound too warbly or add too much presence on the high end. The flanger in it is a different animal and you have to set the knobs a bit differently for it to be effective (no pun intended), but it occassionally comes in handy.
from Richmond, VA
December 7, 2011Music Background:
Performance & Recording
One of the best!I true classic. Can sometimes be over-driven (w active bass) in spite of an input roll-off, but aside from that this is the one to beat for manufactures of high end chorus pedals.
from Fort Hood, TX
March 15, 2008Music Background:
Great Sounding Pedal...The sound of this pedal is awesome. I've had this pedal since 2001. The bad thing is that the signal from my Gibson Les Paul and my PRS Custom both clip in the pedal. I have to turn my stock pickups down or play soft unless I want a little harsher sound, so I mostly only use this pedal during volume-ins(swells) with my guitar. I'm a all the way up kinda guy.
To me, personally, the Flanger is way to "Metallic" and is useless. The pitch modulator, I have no use for. But the Chorus is where this pedal shines.