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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: 100k ohms)|
|Output||1/4" monaural TS jack (impedance: 150 ohms at max volume)|
|Recommended Load Impedance||10k ohms|
|Power Requirement||AC adapter or 9V alkaline battery. 9VDC (tip/center negative plug)|
|Dimensions (WDH)||2.9" x 4.5" x 1.9" (73 x 115 x 48 mm)|
|Weight||9.5 oz. (270g)|
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...!
PROS: great price
CONS: a bit noisy.
PROS: Sounds good between the guitar and amp
Ultra low price
CONS: Can be noisy in certain signal chains configurations
PROS: - Cool casing.
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.
I'll update the review based on experience.
PROS: well made, price, features
1 month ago
The tone is nice, it is good for an acoustic because it doesn't get so wild that it sounds fakey. But that's the problem for my electric chain. I like the "thickness" it gives the tone, but doesn't do anything WOW. It is nice, but I wouldn't describe it as lush. It adds a thickness but not a wooosh. It doesn't do the crazy stuff that say a Moog does, but costs a small fraction, and is fine for 90% of what you might use a chorus for. But you won't get anything CRAZY.
CONS: needs to be first in the chain (maybe something wrong with this one)
won't give you any crazy revelations
PROS: May give a good chorus sound.
CONS: Very noisy.