Analog goodness

If you’re into analog hardware over digital in any aspect of music, you more than likely know the name, and for good reason. MOOG delivers. The MF Chorus stays true to the roots of the company as a 100% analog BBD(Bucket Brigade Device) based time modulation pedal. With a unique Mix “switch” instead of a control knob. Put the switch in the down position for an open and natural balance. Use the middle position to add thickness and warmth. In the up position (Vibrato) position, only the wet signal is heard.


The MF Chorus is a versatile chorus pedal that can easily tackle lightly mixed passages to thick, watery sounding chorus.

The most notable features of the pedal are:

True Bypass

100% Analog Circuitry

LFO Rate: 13Hz (>25Hz with expression)

LFO Shape: Exponentiated Triangle

Stereo Outputs

Mix – 3-way toggle Switch

Mono or Stereo Output(Stereo requires Y cable)

Note: If you want to access both outputs (in bypass), just remove the bottom of the pedal and set this switch to Stereo. Then use a 1/4 inch TRS to TS insert cable or TRS to TS splitter.


In case you’re wondering, this unit runs on a standard 9V DC power supply, so you can easily integrate it into your existing power supply! Don’t worry though, they include one 9v battery because it does not include a power adapter with purchase.

After spending some time with this pedal we definitely believe this can be a practical solution for any musicians looking for a quality unit with quality components!

Click the following link to purchase this awesome pedal from zZounds today!–3858995/item–MOOMFCHORUS2


You can hear the pedal in action in the audio demo below! This demo starts off with the chorus being used via a light mix in a jam context followed by a “dry” signal of a popular riff to demonstrate the following settings included on the pamphlet that comes with the unit(settings are played in this order);

Dry track > Film Projector > Thick Chorus > Echo Room > Metallic Vibrato > Finally our own settings with light delay to mimic the original tone used for the riff we’re using!

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