Another interesting guitar gadget that you can use is the chorus. This is an effect where individual sounds with about the same timbre and almost the same pitch converge are then considered to be as one. The effect can either happen naturally or electronically. Ultimately, when the sounds are played together, none of them will seem out of tune or off key. The sound becomes rich, which would not be the case if the sound just came from one single source. You will find this effect more apparent when you listen to sounds that would be sustained for long periods of time. The chorus effect is something that is very innate to the string family. Since the guitar is a part of the string family, the chorus is one of the most perfect effects that you could use. The effect is then enhancing when the sounds would come from different moments, timed slightly from different locations such as in a full band. Learn more about using the chorus from one of our fine and highly talented guitar teachers! Contact Kathryn Brickell Music to schedule a lesson now.