TC Electronic Corona Chorus Pedal

Chorus Effect Guitar Pedal
TC Electronic Corona Chorus Pedal image 1
TC Electronic Corona Chorus Pedal image 1
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Limitless Chorus Effects!

If you said that TC Electronic wrote the book on guitar chorus, you wouldn't be far off. Their SCF is still one of the most lauded chorus/flange effects out there. But if you're not willing to part with the cash, or simply don't need anything quite so involved, and you still want the signature TC chorus sound, then you're going to love the TC Electronic Corona chorus effects pedal. What's more, the Corona features TC Electronic's TonePrint technology, which allows you to download a completely different chorus style into a third slot via USB. Choose from a list of amazing custom chorus styles developed by some of today's hottest guitarists just for TC Electronic. When you pick up a Corona, there's no telling where your tone will go!

TC Electronic Corona Chorus Guitar Effects Pedal Features at a Glance:
  • 3 chorus types including SCF- and TriCorus-style effects
  • TonePrint gives you instant access to custom pedal-tweaks made by top performing guitarists
  • Speed, Depth, Color and Level controls let your sculpt your chorus sound from subtle to extreme
  • Stereo I/O for added flexibility
  • True Bypass preserves your tone
  • ToneLock protects your presets under all circumstances
  • Easy battery access
  • Small footprint saves precious pedalboard space
  • High-quality components
  • Road-ready design
Tap into a world of amazing chorus effects, with a TC Electronic Corona chorus guitar effects pedal!

Additional Media

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TC Electronic Toneprint Editor for iPad
Free TC Electronic TonePrint Editor Now Available
Hands On Review: TC Electronic/Sweetwater TonePrints
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Tech Specs

Pedal Type Stereo Chorus
Inputs 2 x Instrument
Outputs 2 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 1.97"
Width 2.83"
Depth 4.8"
Weight 0.66 lbs.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number 960700001

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
Based on 29 reviews
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5/5

Stereo stereo stereo

Your maker gave you two ears so you hear in stereo. This thing is glorious that way. First of all, if the light doesn't come on, then you've double tapped it (the footbswitch is very sensitive) or if you're running it with a battery (it's getting low). Second, load the Sweetwater Dimension M Tone print and then play your repetiore. Inspiration abounds. I mostly bought this pedal because it has the ability to match my Boss pedals with the buffer activation switch inside the back cover and because it's stereo in and out and it's conducive to my pedal board setup. I was using a Boss CE-5 chorus (with mono input) but it negated the stereo effect of the Boss stereo flanger. Then I used a Digitech CR-7 Hardwire Stereo Chorus, but the levels changed when the pedal was activated (because of "true bypass") and although it had good stereo separation it was week on effect. Now I have the best of all worlds. I run into a 69 Super Reverb (left) and a Vox VT 100 Set on the AC50 CP2 setting (right) with a Wazacraft Boss Blues Driver and a Boss Metal Zone in front of the Chorus. I have Strat Customs and a Less Paul Custom and a PRS Custom among others and each of them sounds glorius with this setup. Enjoy with both ears! P.S. Tom Maxwell at Sweetwater Rocks.
5/5

Excellant pedal

All of the TC Electronics "Tone Print" pedals I have purchased through Sweetwater lately are outstanding. To be able to get true stereo pedals and noise free signal path's through them are the best on the market. Honestly though it is not the quality of the products I receive from Sweetwater, quality is always there, but what makes doing business and buying from Sweetwater a pleasure and the reason I only use Sweetwater is their professional, knowledgeable, and friendly sales professionals. My personal guy is Geoff Allen and not only is he the best in customer relations, he knows his products. To have a working musician like Geoff on the other end, he understands what I am trying to get to with my rig set up, and he gets me there, and I am picky. Every suggestion he has made, only after me asking, has been 100% accurate. I have been gigging for many years and my taste in gear changes and will continue to count on Geoff at Sweetwater to help me navigate through the endless amount of gear available to us, the buying public. Additionally Geoff has always ensured that my new items get shipped out the very next day. I have purchased approximately 10 items of varying cost with Geoff over the last several month and no matter the cost of the item, from a new Marshall to a simple instrument cable, Geoff reaches out to me on each item to ensure I am pleased with the purchase. Well done
Music background: Ametuer Musician (can't quit my day job) level
5/5

Excellent Chorus

This is a solid and great sounding chorus. Works great for both guitar and bass. You can get any kind of chorus sound you like from subtle to shimmering. Solid build quality and ease of use makes this a great pedal.
Music background: Weekend warrior.....playing guitar and bass
5/5

Thanks Tony Dayton Sweetwater Rep!

Best Chorus Pedal I have owned in 35 years.
Music background: Band-leader, songwriter, engineer
5/5

Killer Chorus

Awesome awesome chorus pedal! The variation and control you get with the Corona Chorus is outstanding. Taking you from barely noticing it to full blown choral shimmer and beyond. It is actually more than I expected. After reading the review in GP magazine I chose this pedal and I am very glad I did. If I could complain at all it would be about battery life. This thing sucks a 9v dry in record time. Take the next step and go to an ac power supply. You'll be glad you did. Built very well, solid, smaller footprint on your pedalboard, and the tones this thing can produce are incredible. The Tri Chorus is heavenly! I haven't used the Tone Print feature yet. But I will get there. Right now I am having too much fun playing with the knobs and experimenting. If you're looking for a chorus pedal, this is the one you want.
Music background: lifetime guitar enthusiast

Sweetwater Advice

Mitch Gallagher

Readers of SweetNotes and Sweetwater's other publications know that I love to get "hands on" with gear of all types. That's why I was so thrilled to be asked to work with TC Electronic to create an exclusive set of Sweetwater TonePrints for TC Electronic's pedals. Talk about hands on -- we were way deep inside those boxes! But let's take a step back here. TC's TonePrint line consists of five pedals: the Flashback delay, the Corona chorus, the Vortex flanger, the Shaker vibrato, and the Hall of Fame reverb. These compact and affordable pedals sound great and offer excellent features and benefits, such as allowing the analog input signal to pass through completely untouched. They're also very versatile, with algorithms drawn from TC's long history of amazing studio and guitar effects processors. That versatility is kicked way up by the TonePrint part of the equation. A TonePrint is a free downloadable preset that can be loaded into one of the five pedals. This preset might be an artist-designed sound or something from TC -- or in this case, special sounds crafted by yours truly. You can get the presets off the TC site and load them in your pedal via USB. Or, even cooler, you can use your iPhone or Android to "beam" a TonePrint into your pedal, instantly, anywhere you might be. Creating a TonePrint isn't as simple as playing with the front-panel knobs on the pedal to find a sound you like. TC uses specialized editing software that allows you to go deep into the pedal to adjust hundreds of parameters. It's an intense process, but also a lot of fun! In my case, I brought in a box of vintage pedals I'm no longer comfortable taking to the gig, and TC's Tore Mogensen and I spent hours re-creating the sounds of those pedals. We ended up with four TonePrints: a BOSS DM-3-style analog delay for the Flashback, a BOSS CE-2-style analog chorus for the Corona, a BOSS Dimension C-style multi-chorus for the Corona, and an original Electro-Harmonix Electric Mistress-style flanger/chorus for the Vortex. After hours of work, we were very pleased with the results. Our goal was to capture the spirit of the original pedals, and I think we succeeded! Best of all, you can have these TonePrints for your own TC pedals, completely free of charge, courtesy of TC Electronic and Sweetwater! Simply use your computer to load the TonePrints from tcelectronic.com, or use your iPhone/Android to access them. TC pedals and TonePrints are a staple in my rig, and I hope that you find them just as useful. In the end, what I came away with from this experience was a true appreciation for just how powerful these unassuming little TonePrint pedals are. Check them out!
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See also: TC Electronic, TC Electronic Chorus Pedals