A Legendary Guitar Effect, Born Again
From Lukather to Landau, it was the secret weapon of top session guitarists. It graced countless '80s hits. Its three chorus circuits are treated with multiple modulations and mixed together across the stereo spectrum in a way that gives you complex guitar soundscapes with insanely cool phasing artifacts. Yes, we're talking about that legendary guitar effect rack unit, the Tri-Stereo-Chorus. If you could find one in good condition today, it would set you back beaucoup bucks. Luckily, Fulltone is producing a limited-edition reincarnation: That 80s Rack Chorus. Better call your Sweetwater Sales Engineer and reserve yours while you can.Fulltone That 80s Rack Chorus at a Glance:
- A very limited edition re-creation
- The same, only better
- Who uses Fulltone?
Finding an original Tri-Stereo-Chorus in working condition is probably not in the cards, even if you wanted to shell out serious cash. Fulltone's Mike Fuller is a serious aficionado of this coveted rack unit, having owned and serviced them for decades. And he's scored enough NOS BBD chips to bring you a limited-edition reincarnation of this legendary guitar effect - That 80s Rack Chorus.The same, only better
That 80s Rack Chorus sports the original Tri-Stereo-Chorus circuitry, but significantly better components and construction. Premium parts such as metal film resistors in power-related areas deliver lower noise, and gold-plated sockets on key op-amps means that replacement (should it ever be necessary) will be a simple matter of Fulltone mailing you a new op-amp that you just pop in. What's more, That 80s Rack Chorus rocks a 30-volt internal power supply, for huge sound with ultra-high headroom, and clean interfacing with your studio patch bay.Who uses Fulltone?
The list of Fulltone fans reads like a who's who of guitar heroes. Both Ron Wood and Keith Richards have Fulltone gear in their touring rigs, as does Nigel Tufnel from the legendary British metal band Spinal Tap, and Boston bad-boys Joe Perry and Tom Hamilton. Punk/rockabilly mainstay Reverend Horton Heat is a Fulltone convert. Other notable Fulltone users include Pearl Jam's Stone Gossard, Jack Bruce of Cream, and Tom Petty along with Heartbreaker Mike Campbell.Fulltone That 80s Rack Chorus Features:
- A re-creation of the legendary Tri-Stereo-Chorus rack unit
- Complex guitar soundscapes with cool phasing artifacts
- Three chorus circuits in one chassis
- Gold-plated sockets on key op-amps make replacement easy
- 30-volt internal power supply, for huge sound with ultra-high headroom
- Made with new-old-stock Panasonic MN3007 bucket brigade device chips
- Metal film resistors in power-related areas deliver lower noise
- Built and tested in Fulltone's Southern California Custom Shop