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Peavey Stereo Chorus 212

jiagap

Inspired
Anyone have any experience using one of these as a stereo solution for your fractal amp modeler? Any thoughts?
 

unix-guy

Legend!
Does it have a stereo effects return or stereo input?

If not, it wouldn't likely be able to do anything with the stereo effects from the Axe Fx.
 

jiagap

Inspired
Does it have a stereo effects return or stereo input?

If not, it wouldn't likely be able to do anything with the stereo effects from the Axe Fx.
yes. I used to have a Roland JC-40 but it was too bright and harsh. Wondering if the 212 rather than 210 would help.
 

unix-guy

Legend!
It might work ok. You'd want to disable Cabinet modeling (or bypass/remove) the cab block.

No idea how flat the power amp is, so it might not translate well.

Probably the only way to know is to try.
 

Hoosierdaddy

Inspired
I haven't tried that set up yet. But loved it so much I wouldn't let go of it. ,I still see them for sale once in awhile .nnice chorus-reverbs.Solid Amp,,also own the baby sister to it-the peavey chorus 70
 
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