MXR Micro ChorusItem ID: MicroChorus
Analog Chorus Effect Pedal
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Versatile Analog Chorus!You're going to love this chorus effect! At first glance, the Micro Chorus may seem deceptively simple. But when you get your hand on that single knob, you'll soon realize that you can dial in a wide range of stellar analog tones. This '80s reissue gives you everything from watery shimmers to intense warbles. The Micro Chorus also features an old-school bucket-brigade system, so you get fat analog tones and the sort of sound quality you've come to expect from MXR. By the way, it's also a true-bypass pedal, so you can count on pure guitar tone when the MXR Micro Chorus is switched off.
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Explore the wide range of chorus sounds available in the MXR Micro Chorus effects pedal!
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Reviewsbased on 8 reviews
AMAZING - BUY IT !!
by Joe Icepick from Western MASimple, yet oh so effective. Let's face it, you do not need 5 knobs on a d*** chorus pedal. This pedal with its one knob can get you just about any chorus type sound that you could possibly want. It h... read more [+]as a nice warm tone and can go from a gentle shimmer (think the opening of Metallica's Fade to Black) to full on warble. The 12 o'clock setting will get you the clean guitar part from Iron Maiden's Revelations. In any event, I love it and use it constantly. Oh, it's also built like a small tank. close [-]
August 2, 2012
Music Background: 25+ years playing guitar
by Josh from Marmaduke, ARKeep It Simple, Stupid!
February 12, 2012
Music Background: Hobbyist of 17 yrs
This really is a greatest hits of chorus effects. If you don't need stereo and like simple, great sounding chorus then pick this up. It's dirt cheap. Sounds awesome. ... read more [+] And only has one knob. It covers everything from shimmer to warble. Bucket Brigade analog and true bypass. Does it get any better? close [-]
by from NYWhat a great, lush chorus! Simple, awesome, very deep and rich! Built like a tank as all MXR pedals are. Only things that kept it from 5 stars were...no volume/mix control, very noisy if ran in front ... read more [+]of your dirt pedals, and adds a slight increase in volume if run after your dirt pedals but is not noisy at all that way. Sounds absolutely fantastic into a clean amp, and aside from the lack of volume control, it totally smokes the Boss CE-2 & CH-1!
April 13, 2013
Music Background: Old Retired Pro
Pedal chain: Guitar > MXR Script Phase 90 > Boss SD-1 > Timmy > Boss HR-2 > MXR Micro Chorus > Earthquaker Devices Dispatch Master > Amp close [-]
Nice, compact chorus
by Brett Dowden from Central Florida, USAI dig MXR stuff. This gets the job done and fits on a crowded board. Heavy duty construction and build quality means it'll survive the road and the mishaps that come along with gigging. Analog tech... read more [+]nology that sounds good and goes from shimmer to all out trippy swirl. Fits my needs well. With the exception of my tuner, my board is all MXR. Can't go wrong with their stuff. Good value for the money and dependable. close [-]
August 17, 2012
Music Background: working musician in an active band
solid all around
by fromsolid pedal all around. good for those of us who like to keep it simple and focus more our our playing. very sturdy construction and easy to use. I'm very satisfied with it.
August 6, 2012
There are a... read more [+] couple of drawbacks. If you use a battery to power it, you have to manually take the back cover off with a screwdriver-its a pain. Second, if you are pushing a lot of overdrive or distortion at higher volumes, the pedal can be noisy. It will make a slight hissing sound. However, I play blues mostly and this is not a issue at all for me even at high volumes. If you play metal, I would use another pedal.
All in all, its a good pedal for adding some texture to blues and classic rock tones. close [-]
Brandy, Upper Sandusky, OH