You've heard the Small Clone. This is Kurt Cobain's chorus pedal of choice, responsible for the dimension in "Come As You Are" and countless other Nirvana tracks. The Small Clone's rich, spacey, and totally analog tones have kept it on the must-have stompbox list for more than 20 years now - and the second you engage this thing you'll hear why. You can take the Small Clone from a subtle shimmer to a pulsating warble to crazy Leslie-style effects. If you're after a chorus with real mood, real vibe... you've found it. The Small Clone.
Certain stompboxes have it, and the Small Clone does. This magical little stompbox has been a hot pick for more than 20 years now. It's not the subtle, no-attitude chorus pedal you've heard before - this one is full of personality: vibey, dimensional, emotional, other-worldly personality. In typical fashion, Electro-Harmonix nailed it with this one.
When Electro-Harmonix introduced the Small Clone, it got the immediate attention of a number of noteworthy players - not the least of which are Kurt Cobain and J. Mascis. The two used the Small Clone to craft the spacier side of their songs. You've heard the unforgettable sound of "Come As You Are" - stomp on the Small Clone, and you're right there inside the track.
The classic chorus! Analog chorus pedal popularized by Kurt Cobain. The finest analog chorus sounds: from clear, rich and dimensional to warm pulsating warbles, can be intensified with the Depth Control. Simple tweaks generate exciting doubling effects. Chiming 12-string tone, or Leslie-like warbles.