Hotone Skyline Choir Analog Chorus Pedal

Analog Chorus Pedal with Zinc Alloy Outer Cover, True Bypass Footswitch, Transparent Top Knob, 2 Small Glow-in-the Dark Knobs, DEEP Button, and Cool LED Lights
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Warm and Pure Chorus in a Little Blue Box

NOTE: This pedal requires an external power supply (not included) to operate. Please call your Sweetwater Sales Engineer for more information.

Based on the legendary Jazz Chorus amplifier, the Hotone Skyline Choir analog chorus pedal produces a lush, shimmering chorus effect. Onboard controls give you complete control over the depth and speed of your effect, allowing you to create anything from subtle thickness to crashing waves of ambient sound. Want more? The DEEP button extends the thickness and movement of your tone. Make no mistake, the Skyline Choir can be addictive - the guitarists here at Sweetwater can't stop playing with it! Housed in its tiny metal box, the Hortone Skyline Choir analog chorus pedal is ready to take your sound to the depths of sonic euphoria.

The Hotone Skyline Choir Analog Chorus Guitar Pedal at a Glance:
  • A natural, warm, and pure analog chorus
  • The Hotone Skyline Series - tiny and stylish
  • Hotone - design inspiration
A natural, warm, and pure analog chorus

The Hotone Skyline Choir's topology is based on the vintage Panasonic BBD MN3207 bucket brigade circuit, which enjoyed wide usage in guitar effects in the pre-digital age. Reminiscent of the classic chorus effect used by several well-known guitarists such as Andy Summers, Robert Smith, and Pat Metheny, the Skyline Choir is perfect for imparting a dreamy or ambient quality to your clean guitar sound.

The Hotone Skyline Series - tiny and stylish

Less than two inches high, less than three inches long, and weighing in at less than 7 ounces, the Hotone Skyline Series of stompboxes offers a compact design, rugged build, and flexible tone. Encompassing a variety of effects including a looper, tuner, delay, octaver, tremolo, various overdrive and distortion effects, and more, all Skyline pedals have a durable zinc alloy outer cover, a transparent top knob that is lit up by two LED lights, and two other knobs that glow in the dark. Each pedal also has a button that gives you more tonal options. These pedals also have a metal bar to prevent you from accidentally moving the knobs with your foot when stomping on the footswitch. The Hotone Skyline Series delivers massive sound in a microscopic package!

Hotone - design inspiration

According to Hotone, their slogan is "Design Inspiration." The company strives to create products that are centered around what is, what isn't, and what can be made possible. Hotone endeavors to create products that the music world has always wanted but never before imagined possible. Hotone states that it's one of their core values to challenge the limits of design. Hotone's products are rugged, portable, and don't compromise on tone.
The Hotone Skyline Choir Analog Chorus Guitar Pedal Features:

  • Zinc alloy outer cover provides ruggedness and durability
  • True bypass footswitch ensures a clean signal from guitar to amp
  • Transparent top knob and 2 small knobs allow easy access to features
  • Cool LED lights add style and mojo
  • Requires 9V DC negative center power supply, not included
Recreate some classic '70s and '80s chorus effects with the Hotone Skyline Choir analog chorus pedal!

Additional Media

Skyline Choir Analog Chorus Pedal User Manual
Hotone Guitar Effects Pedals Demo - Sweetwater's Guitars and Gear, Vol. 77

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Chorus
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Height 1.73"
Width 1.73"
Depth 2.91"
Weight 0.42 lbs.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number TPSCH1

Customer Reviews

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Awesome depth

If you're looking for a good chorus this pedal is very much worth it. It's straight forward easy to tweak and sounds awesome.

Affordable, Great Little Stompbox!

This little pedal has blown me away. Personally, I sometimes like a slight, very wet chorus sound behind my guitar's neck pickup on a clean channel, and this pedal delivers that very well. Great behind hi-gain sounds, too. When I was in the market for a chorus pedal, I was expecting to buy either a Boss CH-1 or CH-5, but the sounds this little guy can make at the price is absolutely astounding. The only negative is that the pedal does work a little like a compressor, in that it squeezes your highs and lows together a bit, but I don't mind it because I think it enhances the "Wetness" of the Chorus sound. I rarely use chorus in my sound, but when I do, this thing delivers. Oh,and Sweetwater's service is phenomenal... Their sales engineers are some of the most educated and best in the business. All in all, very satisfied!
Music background: Student, Guitar/Piano Hobbyist, and Gear Enthusiast
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