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Analog Man Mini Chorus pedal
Analog Man Mini Chorus
Mini Chorus


 
Our Price: $225.00


Availability - time to dispatch:: Usually Ships in 2 to 3 Business Days
Product Code: AM-MINI-CHORUS

Customize

Add a Patch Cord:
12" switchcraft soldered pancake type patch cord $18 [Add $18.00]

Add a Patch Cord:
6" switchcraft soldered pancake type patch cord $15 [Add $15.00]

Add Depth Option:
Depth Toggle Switch $25 [Add $25.00]
Fixed Deep Setting $0
Normal Depth $0

Jack option:
Top Jacks $10 [Add $10.00]We can put the in and out jacks on top next to the POWER jack for fitting on a tight pedalboard.

Add Chorus Wet/Dry Mix Control:
No Mix control $0
Internal Mix Trimpot $10 [Add $10.00]
Mix Control Knob $25 [Add $25.00]
Guitar cables

Add a CBI Ultimate 15 foot Guitar Cable $25 [Add $25.00]Add a great sounding 15 foot long guitar cable, black with straight metal soldered Neutrik ends.
Power Cables for your existing multi-power supply

18" Power Cable for PP2 (one straight and one 90 degree end, unless you specify in comments) $3.50 [Add $3.50]Does not work with our $15 Boss type power supplies, has 2 male ends for use with Voodoo Labs etc

Extra 36" power Cable for PP2 with one 90 degree end $4.50 [Add $4.50]Does not work with our $15 Boss style power supplies, has 2 male ends for use with Voodoo Labs etc
Optional power supplies

Add a Power Supply:
US 120V 12vDC $18 [Add $18.00]- This USA power supply will give 12V to the pedal instead of 9V, see the pedal description for more info on why you might like this.

Add a Power Supply:
US 120V 9vDC $15 [Add $15.00]- This is a normal 9V Boss type external power supply/adaptor for USA use with 120V AC wall power.

Add a Power Supply:
Euro 240V $15 [Add $15.00]- this is an external power supply/adaptor for use with 220/240V AC to make 9Vdc for the pedal.

Add a Power Supply:
UK 240V $15 [Add $15.00]- this is an external power supply/adapter for use with UK (3 prong) 220/240V AC to make 9Vdc for the pedal.

Add a Power Supply:
US 120V 18vDC $18 [Add $18.00]- This USA power supply will give 18V to the pedal instead of 9V, see the pedal description for more info on why you might like this.
Customize

Add a knob cover:
Add an MXR style knob cover $1.99 [Add $1.99]- This knob cover fits on the larger of the two versions of MXR style knobs we use on our AM pedals. They make it easy to turn the knob with your foot. If you want more than one, you can add them to your shopping cart from the Accessories - Pedal Parts menu.

 
Description
 
Analog Man offers the Mini Chorus. The MINI-CHORUS is the same as our normal chorus, but in a smaller, hand stamped box. It is the same size as our small comprossors/juicers. Another MUST HAVE for your pedal board!
Features

For more detailed info on our chorus pedals, and recommended voltages (see MAX HEADROOM picture) check out analogman.com

The MINI-CHORUS is the same as our normal chorus, but in a smaller, hand stamped box. It is the same size as our small comprossors/juicers:

2.5" x 4.75" x 1.5" not including jacks, switch, etc

Same price as the normal Chorus, as the box is a little cheaper but the extra labor to build the pedal into the small box is a lot more than the box savings. These have both battery and DC adapter jack standard, and the same board inside for the same sounds as the normal Chorus. Not available with Stereo option, it's a great, simple, small chorus pedal with awesome tone! It is available with an external MIX (BLEND) knob or depth toggle for $25 more each. The boxes on the mini chorus pedals came out looking great, really nice blue textured color.

We now have 18 different versions of our chorus pedal available if you count all the various options. We build them to order to your spec in just a few days. I don't think anyone else offers more than one or two versions of a chorus, so this is pretty unique and something that we can do since we are in effect a custom shop.

These have true bypass and a depth knob which allows any setting from no chorus to full-on chorus. The true bypass switch is designed for quiet switching with just a slight pop as in any true bypass pedal. Stop losing your tone with your non-true bypass Boss, digitech, line6 etc chorus pedals.

We chose this design for our Chorus pedal because it could have separate Depth and Speed controls. This will allow my two favorite settings: medium depth / high speed for a LESLIE simulation, and high depth / low speed for a rich, thick chorusing. I also like a medium depth / low speed setting sometimes- this setting fills out your sound without really being noticeable until you turn it off, then you notice something is missing. The old Boss CE-1 Chorus Ensemble has a cool sound, but with one knob controlling both speed and depth of the Chorus, it cannot be dialed in to my favorite sounds. And it is not really designed to be used with guitar level signals, the CE-1 works a lot better at line level (keyboards, effects loops, etc).

On the left you can see a closeup view of the circuit board. The circuit board is double sided with plated through-holes as used by the military, this keeps the components perfectly attached to the board.

Why does our chorus sound better than the others that are made today? Both the MN3207 and MN3007 are rated for 2.5% maximum Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) at a certain input voltage level. For the MN3007, this level is 0.78V RMS. For the MN3207, it's 0.25V RMS!! This means that our MN3007 that we use can take a much higher input signal level, which means much more dynamic range, and less noise. Think of it as trying to play your stereo at the same clean loud volume through a 78 watt solid state amp or a 25 watt S.S. amp. The 78 watt amp will have less distortion and noise, and sound much better at higher levels.

These, like all our chorus pedals, are made to order to your specs so they usually take a few days to build.


Starting in 2015 we will offer a TOP JACKS option for people who prefer jacks on top.




Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 12 Write a review.

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I love mine. August 26, 2016
Reviewer: Ferdi from Germany from Paderborn, Nordrhein Westfalen Germany  
I have the Mini Chorus with jacks on top (where they belong IMHO), with depth switch and mix knob.

If you are serious about chorus sounds, like for example early Landau, for very full and deeeep chorussing, try the depth switch in upper position. If you want to go the leslie route or are after Andy Summers sounds, use the lower setting. The switch really gives you the sound of three different chorus pedals in one.

I dial in most of the sounds by first deciding on a position for the depth knob, then settinmg the speed and depth knob around the center position and then set the mix knob to taste.

This afternoon a friend wanted to make me jealous with her original BOSS CE-1. I did not like the chorus sound better the one of my Mini Chorus, but I have to admit I liked its vibrato sound very much, I tried my Mini Chorus with the depth switch up and slightly turned up mix knob and came close!

The Mini Chorus is a very, very good chorus pedal.


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Best sounding chorus on the planet August 5, 2016
Reviewer: Morten W from Norway  
I've had the Analogman Mini Chorus for half a year now, and this thing is -never- leaving my pedalboard. Mine has the mix knob and toggle switch. Super versatile! I've had the BOSS CE-1, the CE-2, several different EHX Small Clones, the Red Witch Empress, and several others, but Analogman's chorus leaves them all in the dust. This thing is so musical. I've become a bigtime chorus user, now that I have this amazing pedal in my arsenal. Warm, liquid, lush, organic chorus sounds. Simply the best modulation pedal I can think of. And oh boy, I've had a lot of them. This thing absolutely rocks. Thanks Mike for running a class operation, and putting out these amazing boxes of pure musical joy.

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I wish I had grabbed one of these years ago!!!! July 25, 2016
Reviewer: Judd from Australia  
I've owned many chorus units over the years (since the late 80's) and even when chorus fell out of favor, I've kept the faith and a chorus pedal on my board :)

I hadn't pulled the trigger on an Analogman Chorus because (being honest):
1. They're rare and expensive in Australia.
2. I haven't been overly thrilled with any of the demo video's on YouTube etc.

I got one given to me (I have the best girls :) and am now wishing that I'd made the investment years ago.

This is the chorus of my dreams.  It's not 'metallic' or thin like so many chorus pedals.  If you want a  'thinner' chorus, you can set the toggle appropriately but even in the thin mod, the chorus still has a quality that is present and really adds to your sound.

I've only had this pedal for a week but let's be frank, it's a chorus right,  I've had enough of them over 30yrs to know exactly what I want from this type of effect and this is it.

Mike, you are THE man!!!!  Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!!!!

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I'll never need another chorus! March 25, 2016
Reviewer: Jeff Boswell from Aiken, SC United States  
After a brief hiatus I recently decided to re-introduce a chorus into my rig. I looked at most of the higher-end units but found them knob-heavy (after 35 years of playing where I don't want to "tweak", I just want to play. During my internet searches I came across the Analogman Mini. It looked like everything I really wanted in a chorus (read simplicity!), and the tone I heard in clips seemed to be in the ballpark. So I took a chance and ordered one - no options, no "extra" switches or knobs - just the bare bones, basic pedal. Plugging it in and setting the "Speed" at 10 o'clock and the "Depth" at 2 o'clock instantly produced the most thick, lush, organic founding chorus I believe I've ever experienced, to the point that I can even "feel" the effect while playing. I adjusted the knobs a little for fun, but quickly returned to my aforementioned settings. Kudos to Mike at Analogman for making what I believe is simply the best sounding (and simplest to use) chorus on the planet!

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Best chorus yet! May 27, 2015
Reviewer: Joel Reed from Wilmington, NC United States  
I've had an a analogman chorus for many years now. It's probably my oldest pedal. I had heard his new ones were even better and yes! While I had no problems with my old standard chorus, this new one is a mini chorus so, much smaller, yet it sounds even better. Clearer, more headroom so it's clearer with less distortion and compression than my old one. It's nice to see a company that keeps making things better rather than cheapening out like so many others pedal makers do, as time goes by.

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