MXR M-234 Analog ChorusItem ID: AnalogChorus
Chorus Pedal with Bucket Brigade Circuitry, High- and Low-cut Knobs, and Rate, Level, and Depth Controls
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True Analog Chorus EffectsThere's just something magical about real analog chorus. That's exactly what makes MXR's M-234 Analog Chorus pedal the perfect addition to your guitar rig. Tweak the M-234 Analog Chorus's rate, level, and depth controls to go from subtle shimmer to dizzying swirl and everywhere in-between. The M-234 Analog Chorus also includes high- and low-frequency cut knobs, so you can dial your tones in just so (these controls are also very handy for matching your effected tone with your un-effected sound). Like all of MXR's pedals, the M-234 Analog Chorus comes housed in a tough, lightweight, and compact aluminum chassis.
MXR M-234 Analog Chorus Pedal Features:
MXR's M-234 Analog Chorus pedal produces your favorite classic chorus effects!
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Reviewsbased on 5 reviews
mxr-234 analog chorus
by randall roberts from jefferson city missouriI have owned different chorus pedal,but this one sounds better and haves alot of options for adjustments.that the other simply dont have.Good job mxr.
August 4, 2011
Music Background: Pro Musician
Great Sounding Chorus!
by fromI've been looking for a chorus pedal to add to a new pedalboard I'm building for myself for quite some time. I build boards for other local musicians and have been able to try out many different chor... read more [+]us pedals over the years. I'm definitely partial to the analog chorus sound. I've tested several vintage pedals (Boss CS-2, Ibanez CS9) and even tried the newer Boss CE-5 (not a fan) along with a Small Stone and Nano Stone from Electro-Harmonix. If price were not an issue, I would shell out for a minty vintage Boss CS-2 ($170-$200) which I have on another board of mine. But I wanted to see what was out there and gave this one a try. In the end, it came down to either the MXR Analog Chorus or the EH Small Stone. The MXR ended up winning out - I could match the same tone of the Small Stone plus dial in many other flavors. And it takes up less space on the board and is built like a tank. This is an excellent pedal for the price and IMO really stands up to my favorite, the Boss CE-2. Anyone looking for a great sounding analog chorus that can pretty much do it all can't go wrong with the MXR! close [-]
October 28, 2012
Music Background: Home Studio Enthusiast, Pedalboard Designer/Builder
Nice Analog Chorus Effects...
by James Davis from New Haven area, Connecticut.I recently bought the MXR Chorus Pedal M-234. So far I use my chorus pedal on occasion. I have a Roland JC-120 stereo guitar amplifier. The perfect amp for this chorus pedal, you might say. But curren... read more [+]tly I have equipment scattered about. I'm working on downsizing my pedal board. I still find my best description of the "chorus" effect to be of a Carousel-like effect or "similar to the sound of music coming through several speakers rotating at slightly different speeds". An example of a typical and pleasant chorus effect would likely be with the rate and depth knobs set between 2:00 and 3:00. Run one cable out of the "mono" jack on the pedal to one amplifier. Run the other cable out of the "thru" jack to a second amplifier. Or using a stereo amplifier run one cable out from the "mono" output on the pedal to the Left stereo channel of the amplifier, and run the second cable from the "thru" output of the pedal and into the Right stereo channel. Stereo hookup is not necessary for hearing the effect but only a stereo hookup will animate and create a sense of movement within the effect. It's a real pretty effect. I use it with one cord out from the MONO jack. All Analog. Bucket Brigade Technology. Same size as a Dyna-Comp or Dist+. There's a lot of pluses there. That's why I bought it. Unless you want an over-the-edge-digital that will do chorus to the 5th power,.. this in a real comfortable, nice looking, pretty sounding pedal with a small footprint. I recently bought
August 11, 2012
Music Background: self taught on guitar, vocal, songwriting, recording
a American Deluxe Strat. 'n ask my sales rep. to tack this on too. close [-]
MxR Analog Chorus
by Bill Markus from Los AngelesVery responsive low and high levels i actually use this for Bass and Responds better than my Bass chorus!
July 6, 2012
Music Background: Bassist/Composer/Engineer/
Classic sound with lots of tweakability!
by from Los Angeles, CABought this primarily to use with old analog synths, but also with my DSI Tetra, to warm up some of the pads and strings with some Juno-60 style chorus. The sound is great and with so much control you... read more [+] can dial in pretty much any chorus effect you want from mild to extreme. My only gripe - and this goes for all MXR pedals - is that it is too easy to overload the pedal if you come out of a synth. I have to really turn the level down to almost silent to avoid clipping the pedal, whereas with other brands like BOSS and Moogerfoogers they just work. close [-]
August 10, 2011
Music Background: Producer
MXR M-234 Analog Chorus
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