• Analog bucket- brigade technology
• Small footprint saves pedalboard space
• HIGH and LOW cut controls for detailed tone sculpting
• Two outputs for a wide and sweeping stereo spread
The MXR Analog Chorus is powered by one 9-volt battery (remove bottom plate to install), a 9-volt AC adapter such as the Dunlop ECB003/ECB003E, or a DC BrickTM power supply.
• Run a cable from your guitar to the Analog Chorus’ INPUT
jack and run another cable from the Analog Chorus’ Mono OUTPUT jack to your ampli er (for mono operation).Optional Stereo Mode: run an additional cable from the THRU OUTPUT jack to the input of a second amp. Using this jack automatically sends the delayed it. signal only to the Mono output jack when the effect is on and outputs a buffered copy of the input signal.
• Start with all controls set to 12 o’clock.
• Turn the effect on by depressing the footswitch.
• Rotate the DEPTH knob clockwise to increase the intensity of the effect or counterclockwise to decrease it.
• Rotate the RATE knob clockwise to increase the speed of the chorus effect or counterclockwise to decrease it.
• Rotate the LOW knob clockwise to retain more low end or counterclockwise to cut
more low end.
• Rotate the HIGH knob clockwise to retain more high end or counterclockwise to cut
more low end
• Rotate the LEVEL knob clockwise to increase overall effect volume or counterclockwise to decrease