Chorus Pedal
    Product # 611610
    Chorus Pedal
    Product # 611610
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    Chorus Pedal

    Add chorus to your pedal board with this Chorus Pedal from Monoprice!

    This pedal produces a chorus effect, which makes your single guitar sound like multiple guitars playing in unison. You can control both the Depth and Speed of the chorus effect, as well as the output volume. The pedal features true bypass, so it won't alter your tone when not actively in use.

    The casing is metal for long term durability. It is powered using either a 9VDC power adapter with a negative tip/center, such as our 9V Power Supply for Guitar Pedals (PID 611690) or a 9V alkaline battery (not included).



    Signal-to-Noise Ratio -90dB
    Input 1/4" monaural TS jack (impedance: 100 kilohms)
    Input Impedance 100 kilohms
    Output 1/4" monaural TS jack (impedance: 150 ohms at max volume)
    Output Impedance 150 ohms at max volume
    Recommended Load Impedance 10 kilohms
    Power Requirement 9V alkaline battery or 9 VDC AC adapter (tip/center negative plug)
    Current Draw 5.5mA
    Dimensions (WDH) 2.9" x 4.5" x 1.9" (73 x 115 x 48 mm)
    Weight 9.5 oz. (270g)
     


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    3.8 / 5.0
    19 Reviews
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    Basic (and basically fun)
    This is a fine meat-and-potatoes kind of chorus pedal if you're looking for that 80s swimmy shimmer, you'll get it, no problem, and you can dial in just a tiny bit so it does not overwhelm your sound. If you'd like to pay quite a bit more, you will find other chorus pedals with wider ranges and more experimental functions but I did not want to pay more, and I'm happy with this value at this price point. Hang on, Andy Summers, I'm on my way! :)

    PROS: No-frills functionality at a great price
    Good range of intensity for the effect dial in a little or a lot

    CONS: Not designed to get crreate crazy soundscapes, so extreme tweakers may want to stack more than one
    Brown is subjectively a nasty color for this effect...!
    May 27, 2016
    Noisy
    Upon first use, I didn't notice any noise. Upon 2nd use, this thing is very noisy. I even tried a 9v battery in case the outlet/converter were bad, but it was still very noisy when turned on. ...just like a sort of 'white noise'.

    PROS: May give a good chorus sound.

    CONS: Very noisy.
    February 16, 2016
    Nice Chorus-Very Noisy
    Had this product for several days now. When I put it on my pedal board it is produces a very loud hum (white noise). Using it as a stand alone pedal give the same results. This is with single coils or humbuckers.

    The pedal has a good build quality. The chorus has a decent range from light timbre change to a wide 80's swishy sound.

    With all dials pegged you can hear the oscillations with the noise. When playing loud the noise can be covered but for home or low volume applications the noise makes the pedal very unusable.
    March 14, 2017
    Purchased
    1 month ago
    Response from Monoprice
    Hello, thank you for your response. If the item is failing on you, we would be happy to set up a replacement. Please contact us at reviews@monoprice.com with your order # and your shipping address, Thank you!
    April 9, 2017
    Steven LStaff
    Very Noisy
    The one I received is very noisy so maybe it is defective. It is well-built, and I haven't had this problem with other Monoprice pedals.

    PROS: Well-built

    CONS: Noisy
    March 5, 2016
    Noisy, not worth it.
    I ready the reviews and comments about this being noisy and decided to give it a try anyway. This is too noisy to use for me. I have most of the other Monoprice pedals and they're all fine. This is the bad one of the batch from my experience.
    December 9, 2016
    Sounds terrible
    I'm using this in a modular synth setup, and I have several complaints with this pedal:
    1) You have to drive it really hard to get much of anything out of it. I have the output from my synth running through a separate amp before going into this. If I don't do that, I don't really hear anything. The volume loss is so big, that when I turn off the pedal, it almost blows out my ears. I don't think there should be so much signal attenuation going through the device.
    2) The output sound is very tinny, and very thin.
    3) I seem to lose all of my bass. It's like the pedal is also running a high-pass filter internally or something.
    I think next time I'll spend a bit more money. This really seems like a case of you get what you pay for.
    April 1, 2017
    Purchased
    1 month ago
    Works
    This pedal added a bit of noise to my chain of pedals that is not there when the pedal is not connected. It has a decent chorus effect and is fine for goofing around, but it is not pro gear. For the price no one should expect it to perform like professional gear. I do like the volume knob.

    PROS: great price

    CONS: a bit noisy.
    June 21, 2015
    It's Good
    I bought this because it was on sale and I was curious about the sound quality. This is an outstanding chorus pedal. It makes a great lush chorus sound with nice chime-y overtones (this is starting to sound like a wine review). I like the fact that there are very few knobs and no downloadable app to access a hundred other parameters (like the TC Electronics pedals). The volume control gives you another gain stage which is useful for matching levels between pedals and amps. The pedal sounds best when used between the guitar and the amp. The noise is low enough for a recording. The pedal gets noisy when used in an effects loop. You can hear the pulsing oscillations of the chorus effect. It's too noisy for recording and distracting in a live application. The pedal played well with an overdrive, specifically the Monoprice Tube Overdrive 611602, feeding the input. You can easily get that Vernon Reid/Boston-esque sound (I'm probably dating myself with these references). The pedal got noisy if you put the pedal after the overdrive. I tested the pedal using a stock 90's Gibson Les Paul DC and a stock Fender Hot Rod Deluxe amp. The amp was set to Clean (well, as clean as a Hot Rod Deluxe can get) with the following signal chain: guitar overdrive pedal chorus pedal. Input 1 provided a lighter tone while Input 2 got a little heavier. Both Inputs had acceptable noise levels. The pedal didn't sound good when using the dirty channel in the amp. Noise became an issue again. I don't like using the term,"for the money..." because it implies that sound quality is directly affected by cost, so I'll say this instead: this is great sounding, easy-to-use chorus pedal, period. It's worth the risk at this price. Rots o'ruck.

    PROS: Sounds good between the guitar and amp

    Ultra low price

    CONS: Can be noisy in certain signal chains configurations
    July 9, 2015
    It is ok
    I tested this pedal with a friend using a CryBaby and a Blues Overdrive (Monoprice) and we were pleased to the sound we got. Nevertheless, the depth of the effect is not as much as in other chorus pedals. Although, we don't use chorus in our sound commonly, so we are not that knowledgeable about it.

    PROS: - Cool casing.

    - Small.

    - Cheap.

    CONS: - Monoprice does not have demos videos.

    - The (provided) instructions are not useful.

    - The depth of the effect is not as much as other pedals.
    5/5
    I'm liking it so far. I've never had a pedal for the Chorus effect. I was always relying on my amp. This gives me Depth and Speed. It seems to have enough range and level, considering Chorus tends to show up a lot more in a recording.



    I'll update the review based on experience.
    July 10, 2015

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