This all-analog pedal uses bucket-brigade circuitry to create classically lush, liquid textures that you just can't get with digital circuitry. Rate, Level, and Depth controls, as well as knobs for cu... Read More
This all-analog pedal uses bucket-brigade circuitry to create classically lush, liquid textures that you just can't get with digital circuitry. Rate, Level, and Depth controls, as well as knobs for cutting High and Low frequencies allow ultimate tone control. Like all MXR pedals, the M-234 comes in a heavy-duty housing with durable jacks and switches for a lifetime on the road.
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Just a quick note to echo other favorable reviews, and to note that unlike most of the current MXR boxes which advertise "true hardwire bypass" (which is not "true bypass" and which most players find to suck tone) this one is a buffered bypass pedal. I like true bypass as much as the next guy but most pedal chains need a buffer somewhere in the mix... lots of folks throw a Boss in the mix but this would serve the same purpose.
This thing is awesome. I have used it with a strat, tele and SG through a Fender Blues Jr. and Vox Valvetronix. IT sounds great with both amps, and all the guitars (it seems to really like the Tele). It also plays well with dirt and delay pedals. It has the usual features and also allows you to adjust the chorus to the high and low frequencies. This unit has a beautiful sound. I predict this is really going to hurt Boss or make them step up their game. We will be seeing this on lots of pro's boards soon.
Warm, Smooth, Eerie, Watery, Vintage, these are just a few of the tones you could capture while tinkering and playing around with this baby. I play in a Heavy Metal band that fuses the old school riffs and the new school aggression. My entire rig consists of a BC Rich ASM Pro, with EMG 85 neck and 81 bridge ran through a Marshall AVT150 head and cab. I decided to get a chorus pedal to add some depth and versatility to our sound and the MXR analog chorus was exactly what I was looking for. It gave me the option to add some eerie-ness to my clean tone and give me those haunting tones when I play around those diminished and harmonic minor notes. If you don't believe me, try one out and fiddle around with the lo and hi eq's til' you hit your sweet spot. It gives you so many options with both the rate and depth knobs. Overall, this little box can give you a whole lot of options. From jazz, to pop to rock to blues to metal. Every genre will find a need to add this pedal to their collection. At a Great Price too!
The MXR M234 Analog Chorus is the best chorus pedal I've ever owned. It can give you the shimmering lush qualities that you get in a Liquid Chorus, for example, but it can also be dialed back to more mellow, subtle tones with the level knob and the ability to adjust the Low & High frequencies as well. Highly adjustable. A beautiful, solid pedal, well worth the money.
This pedal produces a very fluid natural sounding Chorus. The ability to adjust the low and high end of the tone is a big plus. If lost or stoeln I would replace it in a heart-beat. I doubt that this pedal will ever leave my board. High-Five to MXR for hitting the mark with this one.
To answer a question I had, this is basically the Zakk Wylde Chorus in a different case. It functions beautifully and is built like a tank. I use it primarily for cleans and fattening up distorted choruses and solos. Lots of variety in the tone thanks to the flat/cut knobs. For the price, its worth every dime.
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