Behringer UC200 Ultra Chorus Pedal

Stereo Chorus Guitar Pedal with Level, Tone, Rate and Depth Controls
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Behringer UC200 Ultra Chorus Pedal
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Value-packed Chorus Pedal

Sweetwater guitarists know you've got to have a chorus pedal in your effects chain. The Behringer Ultra Chorus UC200 is an affordable option that gives you super-thick chorused tone with a rich stereo effect. You shape your sound with dedicated Level, Tone, Rate and Depth controls. A blue status LED serves as an indicator for effect on/off and battery check, while the rugged electronic on/off switch preserves your signal integrity. The UC200 runs on a 9 V battery or a DC power supply (not included).

Behringer Ultra Chorus UC200 Features at a Glance:
  • Get super-thick chorus with unbelievable stereo effect
  • Dedicated Level, Tone, Rate and Depth controls for effective sound shaping
  • Status LED for effect on/off and battery check
  • Runs on 9 V battery or the Behringer PSU-SB DC power supply (not included)
  • Rugged electronic On/Off switch for highest signal integrity in bypass mode
Put the Behringer Ultra Chorus UC200 on your pedalboard!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Chorus
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 2 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 2.125"
Width 2.75"
Depth 4.8"
Weight 0.73 lbs.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number UC200

Customer Reviews

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Great Chorus!

Affordable chorus pedal that sounds good, this thing has great sounds for the money chorus pedals are possible the most fun thing to play with it works very well.

Lush Stereo Sounds

Lush stereo chorus hooked into my 2 amps Voila! Instant tone heaven... Incredible

Chorus in spades

Pedal produces great chorus effects and helps to create a distinctive sound that is just what I was looking for without breaking the bank. This pedal delivers results that far exceeded my expectations given the bargain price. Highly recommended.
Music background: Former musician getting back into it after a long time away

Look past the negative hype...

The only reason I'm not giving this box a "5" is because--yes--the housing IS plastic. Let's get that out of the way up front...unless you jump on your pedals from the top of your amp, there is no durability concern here. It's HEAVY DUTY, thick plastic...more durable than several Arion pedals I've used for years. In fact, this UC200 has replaced my cherished Arion Stereo Chorus pedal that was "cheap" when I bought it 20 years ago, and lasted until recently (some electronic component in it is's OK when "cold," but after it's been powered up for a couple of hours, it gets a "howl" going through the amp, which is totally NOT acceptable). Enter its replacement...another "cheap" chorus pedal with the Behringer label this time (just check out the now HIGH prices people are paying for the USED Arion chorus pedals these days on eBay!).I opened the box, plugged it into my board where the Arion used to be, and powered up the rig. At first I was less than impressed since it didn't just jump out at me. But after I bothered to read the instructions for it, I figured out how to tweak the knobs and VOILA! Good sounding chorus! I like this pedal better than the Arion if only for the reason that when you'd hit the Arion, it would increase the signal (and hence, volume) to the amp, which caused some bothersome volume knob twisting on the guitar while trying to create a genius-level solo. THIS Behringer doesn't do that...the signal stays the same level whether it's on or off. The amount of effect is controlled by the "level" pot, which is very handy so you can mix what amount of effect you want into the raw signal without coloring it. The pots are fairly stiff turning, which I like because if you accidentally brush them with your foot when turning the box on, they don't rotate easily out of your settings. I've been using Behringer stuff in my equipment mix for years, and I've yet to have one fail me. Chinese? Yup. But they're WAY better at building stuff than they were a few years ago. So don't let the nay-sayers on this unit stop you from getting one. I mean, you can pay $ for a fancy unit--and they certainly are nice, but if you just want the sound and not the prestige of a boutique effect, you really can't go wrong with this little gem, IMHO.
Music background: Retired pro of 50 years playing

Does what I want!

I bought this at the same time I bought the analog delay. $50 for two pedals was a great deal being as $$$ is tight right now. I didn't even know that I liked chorus until I got this small practice amp that had it on board and found myself using a VERY conservative manner. So slight that most folks cant even tell it was on. That said, when I plugged into my Fender Blues Deluxe, my main go to amp, I noticed something missing. Chorus...ever so little, but still not there. Enter the UC200! It did a great job of filling the minute gap that was missing, at so small a price. I would not however recommend it to the artist who relies heavily on the various chorus sounds that the more expensive pedals provide. I will in the future replace this with an analog chorus, but for now, this gets me by. Great job Behringer, an GREAT job Sweetwater at providing multiple solutions at prices that do not hurt. And in closing I have to say that Sweetwater folks are the friendliest, most courteous, and fair shop out there. I will shop no other place unless they simply do not have what I need. As long as the C.S. stays the way it is, they have a customer for life.
Music background: Olde Blues Dog!
See also: Behringer, Behringer Chorus Pedals