BOSS CE-2W WAZA CRAFT CHORUS/VIBE PEDAL
The CE-1 and CE-2 represent the early days of BOSS’s longstanding dedication to innovation and quality, which remains stronger than ever at four decades and counting. Bringing together the cutting-edge technology of the time, savvy craftsmanship, and a devotion to helping musicians create great music, these landmark pedals embodied the spiritual mission for every BOSS product since. For this memorable 40th anniversary, the Waza Craft CE-2W Chorus is produced in Japan just like the original pedals, honoring the long, rich heritage of BOSS effects.
MXR BASS CHORUS DELUXE
- Analog bucket-brigade technology
- Separate Bass and Treble controls
- Flanger and X-Over for added tonal flexibility
MXR ANALOG CHORUS
- All-analog bucket-brigade circuitry
- Create classically lush, liquid textures
- Ultimate tone control
MXR MICRO CHORUS
- All analog circuitry with bucket brigade technology
- Rich chorus textures
- True bypass
VOODOO LABS MICRO VIBE
The Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe delivers the same juicy, swinging tone as an original 1968 Uni-Vibe.* Designed as a Leslie® rotating speaker simulator, the original Uni-Vibe circuit is a variation of a four-stage phase shifter. While it didn’t do so well with keyboard players, its unique sound achieved legendary status when Jimi Hendrix used the effect on his Band of Gypsys record, and his landmark Woodstock performance of “The Star Spangled Banner.” Numerous recordings by guitar heroes like Robin Trower, David Gilmour, and Stevie Ray Vaughan also helped make the Uni-Vibe a tone classic.
BOSS CEB-3 BASS CHORUS
The CEB-3 Bass Chorus pedal offers a split-frequency chorus effect capable of applying warm, rich chorusing to the higher frequencies without muddying up the lows. It’s the perfect chorus pedal for bassists.
BOSS CH-1 SUPER CHORUS
The CH-1 Super Chorus pedal delivers a clean classic chorus sound with crystal-clear highs and a unique stereo effect, variable between left and right speakers.
BOSS CE-5 CHORUS ENSEMBLE
The CE-5 Chorus Ensemble is BOSS’ ultimate compact chorus pedal, covering a wide frequency range and featuring high- and low-cut filters. This lets users create any kind of chorus effect–from a mild, natural chorus to the clear and penetrating stereo chorus effect popular in contemporary music.
TC ELECTRONIC MINI CORONA CHORUS
From subtle swells to full on Leslie sounds, the classic SCF sound and a huge sounding-trichorus, we’ve condensed that and infinitely more into a tiny pedal! No matter what your chorus needs may be, you can find just the right sound here – in a pedal that takes up next to no space on your board!
TC ELECTRONIC CORONA CHORUS
Whether you go for the music-defining SCF setting or the ultra rich Tri-Chorus, you’re always ensured expansive tonal options from glassy shimmers to mind-boggling swirls of sound. In fact, we’d buy two and have ’em both on at the same time to combine the SCF sounds with the rich Tri-Chorus tones.
Custom Shop MDV-3 Vintage Uni-Vibe
There are a LOT of pedals claiming to be “authentic vintage Univibe clones” on the market….all of the small ones are merely a glorified MXR phaser with a few changes. That’s not a Univibe! So how is one to know which pedals are real and which ones are just a cheap shortcut circuit that will satisfy you only until you get a chance to play pedal like the Fulltone MDV & MDV-3, both of which sport a “100% real vintage circuit.”
Custom Shop Mini DejáVibe CS-MDV mkII
One of the best Uni-Vibes on the Planet!!!
The 2018 CS-MDV mkII…the world’s smallest (3.9″ W x 4.1″ L x 2.3″ H ) yet biggest sounding “real vintage Univibe clone.”
It’s the biggest sounding ‘vibe we’ve ever made or heard, bar none, yet is totally green, only drawing 35mA of current, meaning it can also be powered via 2 x 9CVDC outlets on your pedalboard multi-power supply by using the Voodoo Lab PPY “series voltage doubling cable.”
The mkII has an expression pedal out jack should you need it, and still with no ICs and using only full-size Capacitors throughout the entire audio path! It’s 100% Analog, you can’t get this sound out of the flavor-of-the-minute Digital pedals using a $3 DSP chip. You need 13 transistors, 4 x glass photocells, a real & correct incandescent light bulb, and 30 years experience…you need the Fulltone CS-MDV mkII
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