- Item # 1172189
- Model # Mooer Reverie Chorus
Mooer Reverie Chorus is packed with five different chorus effects each with ten special pedal modes, parameter storage function with 5 presets, two-channel stereo inputs and outputs, and a tap tempo f… Learn More
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A highly versatile chorus with a plethora of tone shaping capability.
Mooer Reverie Chorus is packed with five different chorus effects each with ten special pedal modes, parameter storage function with 5 presets, two-channel stereo inputs and outputs, and a tap tempo function that can easily change the speed. The five effect modes are chorus, rotary, ambiance, shimmer, and multiple. There are 8 modulation effects that can be added in each mode. Control each chorus effect with RATE, DEPTH, and MIX knobs; control each modulation effect with SPEED, RANGE, and MOD DEPTH knobs.Chorus ModesChorus: standard digital chorus effect, clear and round.Rotary: classic rotary sound, output by dual track, will give you the special 3D experience.Ambiance: the atmosphere of chorus, with light chorus effect, is more exquisite and more spacious.Shimmer: adding shimmer effect to chorus, more fits for the edgy music style like psychedelic rock.Multiple: multiple chorus effects repeatedly overlays multi-chorus, which makes the chorus effects richer.Modulation EffectsWah: wah effectPhaser: phaser effectTalk: vocal wah effectTremolo: tremolo effectStutter: square tremolo effectSt.Wah: combo of square tremolo and wah toneSt.Phaser: combo of square tremolo and phaserTr.Talk: combo of tremolo effect and wah Order today!
- High-performance, floating-point DSP chip
- Five chorus modes with eight different modulation tones each
- Easy-to-use preset function saves 5 chorus sounds
- Special speed change function for complicated rhythmic patterns
- Twin switch design ensures convenient tone switching
- Tap tempo
- Two-channel stereo input and output