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Effectivy Wonder's stereo Juno Chorus pedal Analog Processors (HW)
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second test with DM12 arpeggio & Trident strings >

Thanks Rafkey!

I just don't see why the manufacturer would not have a simple demo.
You know, bass, strings, organ, el piano, arpeggiator line for ANY synth or even a home keyboard.
Simply -- Effect on / effect off...done.
@rafkey...how close to the Juno chorus does it actually sound to your ears?


Thanks again!
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Their Facebook page says "out of stock" until January.
Old 4 weeks ago
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Their pedals are made on demand and it takes one month + shipment ;

You can't get this wideness of sound with digital device, Eventide & Strymon chorus are way under this one, they sound flat and muddy ;
The only digital chorus I really like is the RCE-10, but who knows it !
As we talk analog chorus, there is background noise; if you want pure noiseless signal, the Juno chorus can't ; in the real Junos and Jx, there is always noise with the chorus on ;
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As we talk analog chorus, there is background noise; if you want pure noiseless signal, the Juno chorus can't ; in the real Junos and Jx, there is always noise with the chorus on ;
You can hear it in your demos - the minute you click the pedal on, you hear the hiss. But I don't care. I liked it anyway. Hiss is part of life, baby.
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Might be worth checking out the Mr. Black Stereo Vintage Ensemble and The Diamond Halo Chorus
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You can't get this wideness of sound with digital device, Eventide & Strymon
If you crank the TAL plug-in's stereo spread to the max and then turn the effect to 100% wet, it's as wide as can be.

I'm thinking the biggest benefits of this pedal are the adjustable 'rate' and 'feedback'... Which gives you control far beyond the OG Juno offering (three options of fixed rate and no feedback).
Does the feedback take it into flangey tones?
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It sounds like it can get very Flangey. I think it's good even if not totally authentic.

It would be nice to compare it to something like the CE-300.
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