Juno 60 Chorus Cloned In A Stompbox

US MOE Analog Chorus 60 is available for pre-order      06/10/21

MOE (Madeonearth) tells us that preorder of the the Analog Chorus 60, a clone of the original juno-60 chorus circuit, has started. This is what they have to say about it...

The Analog Chorus 60 is a perfect clone of the original juno-60 chorus circuit. It uses 2x "xvive mn3009" and the original Panasonic "2x mn3101" chips (rare parts!), original transistors 2SC1815, 2SA1015 and 2SK30A-GR with the exact same circuit.

Instead of the two buttons with only three rate modes, we added a knob to smoothly control the rate of the chorus, depth of the modulation and the stereo width. (the rate of the original modes is clearly printed around the rate knob for easy recreation of the original rates). We also added ext lfo/cv input to apply other modulation sources and input gain to accommodate any type of instruments (guitars or synthesizers).

Housing is in a high quality aluminum case with durable UV printing and high quality "Alpha" potentiometers.

Added Features

  •     Input gain knob.
  •     Stereo width control.
  •     Modulation depth control.
  •     Modulation rate control.
  •     External CV input (Replace the internal LFO)

 

Specifications

  •     1 x TS plug Mono input
  •     2 x TS plug  Stereo output
  •     1 x External CV in (LFO, ENV etc)
  •     9V DC-12V DC 1A power supply (center positive) (NOTE - power supply is not included)
  •     Measurements - D18.8 x L12.1 x H5.5. CM
  •     Weight - 728g

Pricing and Availability:
See website.

More information:

 



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