MXR M234 Analog Chorus Guitar Pedal Review

Posted: February 11, 2015 in Best Chorus Pedals
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The chorus pedal is a guitar effect that has been around for decades. It’s real heyday was in the 1980’s but it has survived as one of the staple modulation effects that needs to be in your armory.

MXR has brought out an analogue chorus pedal which, gives you everything you want from a chorus effect – from the subtle, liquid glassy sheen on your sound to the full on warbling Leslie speaker.

The pedal is of all-metal construction and decked out in sublime blue with a super bright blue LED when the pedal is active – you won’t miss this on your pedalboard when it’s turned on.

One of the most noticeable features on this pedal that make it stand out from the crowd is the number of control pots, 5 in total. You have the Level, Rate & Depth controls that you would expect on a chorus pedal but this has the addition of a high and a low EQ control for maximum flexibility.

This versatile little effects pedal can easily capture the tonal undulations of Nirvana’s ‘Come As You Are’ and Soundgarden’s ‘Black Hole Sun’ but if you roll back the controls you can let the chorus pedal add a little 12-string shimmer to your sound.

The EQ controls really let you bring out the tones of your guitar and help you sit nicely in the mix whether it’s a live gig or directly into a mixing desk.

If you’re looking for a solid and versatile chorus pedal for your guitar you can do worse than pick up the MXR M234 Analog Chorus Pedal.


Take a look below at it being put through its paces


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