Gear Tutorial Series - Boss DD20 and CE5

by Ivan Milenkovic

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  • Hi guys, and welcome to my third in a row gear tutorial. Today we are going to cover another two pedals from boss DD20 delay, and CE5 chorus.

    On this Boss DD20 pedal we have a bunch of interesting options that we will go through, so stay tuned.

    Boss chorus CE5 chorus ensemble pedal, despite it’s long name, is not that great, but nevertheless I still use it. You may probably ask yourself why it is not that great. Well, it is a digital sounding chorus, that is too weak and thin for my taste. Don’t get me wrong, I gig regularly with this pedal and it is a great workhorse, but if you need a big thick lush chorus look for somewhere else. The good thing about this pedal is that it can be used for fusion type playing, as it goes along with distortion nicely.

    Let's check out these two pedals! :)
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