Moog Minifooger Chorus Pedal

100% analog Bucket Brigade Delay-based Modulation Effect with a Wide Range of Chorus and Vibrato Effects and Expression Pedal Control
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Chorus and Vibrato Done Moog Style

Totally analog, totally bucket brigade delay-based, the Moog Minifooger series MF Chorus packs more glorious chorus and vibrato effects into a compact pedal than just about anything we've seen at Sweetwater. Between the Time and Feedback knobs, you can use the MF Chorus to dial in anything from a bright shimmer to a lush modulated slap delay. Depth applies modulation to the delay time, allowing you to go from a subtle chorus or vibrato to multi-octave mayhem. Finally, there's a rate knob, which controls the LFO speed connected to the delay time. You can manipulate it with an expression pedal, going from a subtle sweep to a heavy warble with the tilt of your foot.

Moog MF Chorus Modulation Effects Pedal Features:
  • 100% analog bucket brigade delay-based modulation pedal that delivers epic chorus and vibrato effects
  • Mix switch lets you blend in dry signal (chorus) or remove the dry signal entirely (vibrato)
  • Time knob offers a range from bright chorus and snappy vibrato to deep swirling motions and slap delay sound
  • Depth lets you dial in how much modulation is applied to the delay time from subtle to sweeping effects
  • Feedback starts with slight resonance, gradually focuses peaks midway up, and creates echoes when cranked
  • Rate controls delay time LFO speed from slow shifts to chopping effects
  • Control the Rate parameter on the fly with an external expression pedal
  • Capable of mono or stereo operation (requires Y cable)
Get intense modulation effects with the Moog MF Chorus Minifooger pedal!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Chorus
Inputs 1 x 1/4" (instrument), 1 x 1/4" (expression pedal input)
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 2.25"
Width 3.25"
Depth 5.75"
Weight 1.1 lbs.
Power Supply Included Optional 9V DC power supply center negative
Manufacturer Part Number MFS-Chorus-02

Customer Reviews

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5/5

Moog MiniF Chorus

I was a little worried this pedal might be too much for me, too crazy, wild weirded out chorus wobbles and vibratos, and indeed it does that probably better than anything I have heard or used. It can feedback oscillate into a mind warp for sure. You can out an expression pedal on it for that. What I like is a wide bandwidth, thick, lush, slower chorus; while this is probably the lower end, min of the range this has, it is indeed a beautiful sounding rich chorus. I actually put it in my loop on line level and it handles it well. I never use dirty chorus like some might do or putting a chorus in front of a drive or gain just does not sound good to me. This in the loop on my cleans is a thing of beauty. Certainly more range here than I will no doubt find a use, but nice to have it on tap as something it can do. I would consider it studio quality. Seems to be a lot of fuss over the power adapter to use on this and I really do not get why you are supposed to get a Moog 9v wart. This is just a 9v neg tip. low mA current draw pedal and as long as you have a quality supply that holds voltage and current without drift it should be fine. I do not ever recommend daisy chaining power feeds and certainly on this pedal a no-no. Maybe not a simple chorus pedal but a lush sounding one.
5/5

Warm Chorus and Much More

There is a lot of power packed into this chorus pedal. The toggle switch goes from the MF's standard "natural" sounding chorus, to a warmer chorus, to a vibrato setting. This pedal has a stereo out as well (which requires a TRS to TS splitter)...that was a pleasant surprise I may or may not use.I've used the expression pedal which adjusts the rate--that's another great option. But the rate can get crazy when dialed all the way up. This pedal goes from a warm chorus that doesn't muddy your tone to out-of-control noise. While I will generally use it as a mild chorus only, it's great to have a wide range for experimental sounds as well.This is an interesting take on a classic modulation effect.
5/5

MF Chorus

I team this up with the MF Dealy and run them thru my rockerverb. It seriously put me in a trance... Especially with an E-Bow!
Music background: Guitarist
5/5

MF Chorus Pedal

I wonder how Pustulus Maximus of Gwar eats a hamburger. It must be difficult. Anyway I really enjoy the Chorus pedal. The range is nice. Pretty much covers it all. I'll be getting the Flanger pedal in a bit. One other pedal Moog could come up with in the series is a variable attack pedal for "swell" type sounds. AKA steel guitar etcetera. Great doing business with you. Very good service.
Music background: Played a few notes...
4.5/5

MF Magical Chorus

I went through several different chorus pedals. My main problem with most of what I tried was that they robbed my high end of clarity and air. The Moog leaves the bright tones I seek intact and can even take it to higher (for better or worse) places. From a subtle chorus doubling to psychedelic warble. The mix button allows you to change the timber of the effect and being a Moog it is a tweekers dream. Crazy crazy stuff can happen if you dare. Love this pedal. (Unlike one of the other reviews here, I have no trouble using a one spot power supply. Works just fine for me with no pedal death or destruction)
Music background: Professional Player, singer songwriter, producer, sound guy

Sweetwater Advice

Andrew Davis

One of my favorite things to dial up in my guitar rig is an eerie, swirling chorus tone - and the Moog MF Chorus absolutely delivers! This extremely versatile pedal allows me to introduce a subtle chorus tone into my signal, and with an insane, synth-y cacophony of octaves and overtones.  The mix switch brings in more of the dry guitar tone which creates a very swirly chorus sound, or I can take the dry signal out completely, leaving a unique vibrato that goes beyond the typical realm of chorus pedal sounds.

Moog MF Chorus

Moog has packed much sonic potential into this box. Players looking for more traditionally mellow tones may prefer the simplicity and low cost of standard two-knob chorus pedal. But those hoping to expand their sonic horizons will enjoy both the mellow and maniacal sounds generated by this latest Minifooger....
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See also: Moog, Moog Chorus Pedals