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SC1 Stereo Chorus Guitar Effects Pedal

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The SC1 Stereo Chorus Pedal from DeltaLab creates modulation effects, from wide and sweeping to shimmering 12—string sounds. The SC1 guitar effect will add depth to the sound of an electric guitar and... Read More

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Overview

The SC1 Stereo Chorus Pedal from DeltaLab creates modulation effects, from wide and sweeping to shimmering 12—string sounds. The SC1 guitar effect will add depth to the sound of an electric guitar and electronic keyboards.

Features
  • Sturdy metal case design
  • True bypass switching
  • Easy to use Rate, Depth, and Level controls
  • Powered by either a 9-volt battery or an AC adapter (not included)
  • 3-year DeltaLab Warranty
Specifications
  • Input Impedance: 500 kOhm
  • Output Load Impedance: >10 kOhm
  • Equivalent Input Noise: -110dBm
  • Power Supply: 1 9-volt Battery or external 9VDC adapter (not included)
  • Power Consumption: 11mA
  • Dimensions: 2-1/2" W x 1-19/50 H x 4-3/4" D
  • Weight: 1.2 lb.
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3.9

(based on 14 reviews)

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Welcome In My Crowded Pedalboard

I never realized how much impact a chorus pedal has on your sound, and I'm impressed. The SC-1 breathes life into distorted riffs, and gives you really wide, shimmering clean tones....Read complete review

I never realized how much impact a chorus pedal has on your sound, and I'm impressed. The SC-1 breathes life into distorted riffs, and gives you really wide, shimmering clean tones. I didn't really want a chorus pedal, but with DeltaLab pedals' excellent pricing, I couldn't resist the opportunity to try out chorus for cheap. I used to use a flanger to animate clean passages, with mixed results, but you can't go wrong adding chorus to cleans. The SC-1 has great ease of use. I've never used a chorus effect before, so it's great that these controls keep it simple. Something cool: The effect-on light blinks in time to the modulation. Something uncool: The second output only works when the pedal is engaged. If the chorus is off, your second amp gets no signal instead of no effect. If you've been reluctant to buy chorus because of the price, or felt it was an unneccessary effect, then(like me) you owe it to yourself to make the little plunge on this big payoff.

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It's not bad...it's not good either

I wanted a cheap chorus and that's what I got. It's okay, but with the level above about 11 o'clock, there is a notable white noise and you can hear the click through...Read complete review

I wanted a cheap chorus and that's what I got. It's okay, but with the level above about 11 o'clock, there is a notable white noise and you can hear the click through the amp when you engage it. I'm running this last in my chain before a noise gate and still get a good bit of noise. I'm using either my PRS CE24, 52RI tele, or American Strat. I expect some noise with the single coil, but this is not a good noise. Don't get me wrong, for the price it's not bad...it's just not good

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Correct My Previous Negative Review

By Thaddeus Logan

from Sacramento

I previously wrote a review that this pedal is noisey and hissed a lot. Well that is true when I run the pedal directly into my amp line in. However, for some reason when I run this through my effects loop it is quiet and sounds really good. This is the only pedal I have which does this. I am not sure why...but I thought I would at least comment that it sounds good through an effects loop...and since analog may be worth buying...

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(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Tone Good But Hiss Like Snake

By Thaddeus Logan

from Sacramento

I like the tone of this pedal and it sounds decent at low effect output levels but when you want to add more color to the effect the hiss gets louder and louder. I have the Deltalab OD and DS1 and they are both quite good pedals...very underated...but for some reason this one hisses a lot. I play music professionally and would not use this at a gig if I needed a lot of chorus coloration. I beleive the pedal is analog...so at least that is a plus.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wow dude!

By Nic Hermann

from Bonuel, WI

I was looking for another little effect to put on my board so I started looking at chorus pedals. I'm a Nirvana geek, so I wanted an electro harmonix small clone, but because of the price, settled on this instead. Honestly, it was the smartest thing i did. Easily adjustable, versatile, and beautiful tone, this thing is amazing for any budget. The clean tones could make you cry, the metal tones sound sick, like metallica, and the LED is bright and noticable. True bypass and ruggedly built, I highly recommend this pedal to anyone thinking of getting anything else.

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5.0

Great Chorus that is a "bang for a buck"!!! Delta Lab prevails!!

By Andres G.

from Atlanta, GA

This pedal has all that you need! It goes from an watery flat tone to a scenic sound scape effect and also to a shimmering effect. I run it through my Fender Frontman with my Fender Strat. There are 3 knobs (Rate, Depth, and Level). The Rate knob controls the rate of the effect on the clean sound. (The LED light, that shows that the pedal is on, blinks faster depending on how much rate you use.) The Depth knob controls the depth of the effect. Last but not least, The Level knob controls the intensity of the effect. This pedal is an essential weapon that you should add to your pedal arsenal if you are lacking a good chorus pedal. Another feature is with all 3 knobs turned all the way with a bridge humbucker you have your self a Cobain style Come As You Are sound also you can turn a few knobs and play Enter Sandman. I love this pedal and I know you will too!

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3.0

decent chorus pedal, nice construction, but with noise

By James

from Bethlehem, PA

this feels like a good pedal, and for the most part, sounds like a good pedal, but there is some noticeable hiss when the pedal is turned on to affect a clean channel. but do not try to use this if your distortion is turned on . . . the noise is quite unbearable

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4.0

Great, but you get just what you see.

By [Greer]

from Birmingham, AL

First off, this pedal is just fantastic for a digital effect pedal. This and the Tube Overdrive are my favorite DetalLab pedals. However, this IS a sixty dollar digital effect pedal, so if you expect super professional quality, you may be a little bit disappointed. Don't get me wrong, it sounds great, it shines once you tweak it enough, but it sounds a little... fake sometimes. I'm sure this is because it's not a boutique analogue pedal. As for durablity, the metal casing ensures the electronics' safety. The battery panel broke off of mine, but that shouldnt happen to everyone else since my other DeltaLab pedals haven't doen that. Plus, I've had it for more than a year now and it works perfectly. So, for your first chorus, this is the way to go. If you want an upgrade from something else, think it through very carefully.

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

It's not bad...it's not good either

By E

from Florida

I wanted a cheap chorus and that's what I got. It's okay, but with the level above about 11 o'clock, there is a notable white noise and you can hear the click through the amp when you engage it. I'm running this last in my chain before a noise gate and still get a good bit of noise. I'm using either my PRS CE24, 52RI tele, or American Strat. I expect some noise with the single coil, but this is not a good noise. Don't get me wrong, for the price it's not bad...it's just not good

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(1 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Good, but not Great

By Ben

from Clifton Park, NY

I originally purchased this pedal from the local GC, however, the stereo out jack was fuzzy so I returned it. The store didn't have anymore in stock so I ordered another one from GC.com. I received the pedal and the good news is that there is no fuzz in the stereo out, however, I found one GIGANTIC flaw with this pedal...it is only a stereo pedal with the effect engaged! Don't get me wrong, I think the pedal is a fine chorus pedal, but with a true bypass, shouldn't it run stereo anytime it's plugged in? I have the Deltalab Digital Delay pedal as well and it's the same deal. Decent sounding pedal, but the one flaw is a big one that will cost it two stars on my review.

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(2 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Horrible chorus pedal

By Andrew

from Concord, CA

I bought this pedal on sale for $20 at guitar center, and it's got to be one of the worst chorus pedals I've ever plugged my guitars into. The main problem with this pedal was that it was a very low operating voltage, which means a disaster for guitars with high and mid-output pickups. I play through a Mexican strat with Lace Sensor gold pick-ups and a stock '72 Tele Deluxe into a Mesa Boogie Roadster and it's almost impossible to get a clean, un-clipped tone without rolling the guitar's volume back to about 7. The voice of this chorus pedal is also thin and glassy, instead of being thick, warm, and lush. Even though this is one of the cheapest pedals on the market, you get what you pay for. For about $30-40 more, you can get one you won't regret from Boss, Electro-Harmonix, MXR. I currently use the Zakk Wylde black label chorus.

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(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great chorus

By Tom

from Reno, NV

I've had this little guy for over a year now, and I've had no problems with it. I take that back...almost no problems. The switch did break when my drummer was toying with my effects, but I simply took it to the GuitCenter I bought it from and they handed me a new one (it was past the store's return window, but was in the manufacturer's guarantee window). No problems since. Great sounds from it, nice and transparent. The light is very bright if you look right at it from above, but isnt bad at all from a normal position. That the light flashes in time with the rate is a nice feature, helping to time it with tempo or whatever. The stereo output is great if you're running it all the time, but like someone else said it won't put out from output B unless the pedal is on. If mine died and the store wouldn't replace it, I'd be hard-pressed to get a different chorus.

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