Voodoo Lab Analog Chorus Guitar Effects Pedal
Strikingly vocal with a distinctive organic tone, the Voodoo Lab Analog Chorus is the only true sonic replica of the most sought after chorus of all time – the 1976 CE-1. Its lush, focused tone is the standard by which all other chorus effects are measured.
The Analog Chorus is capable of a wide range of sounds from a thick analog doubling, to an ultra-lush chorus, and even a Leslie rotating speaker.
"The Voodoo Lab Analog Chorus is a faithful sonic clone of the old CE1... warm, pulsing and sexy” – Guitar Player
“Warm where many other products are seemingly sterile and cold”
– Guitar World
“This is the best chorus I’ve ever used” – Tim Pierce, L.A. session player
Analog Chorus features:
Authentic, all analog chorusing
Musical range of Speed and Intensity settings
Compact, pedalboard friendly size
True bypass switching with LED
Runs on a 9V battery
Hand built in the U.S.A.
Analog Chorus FAQ
What is the Analog Chorus?
The Voodoo Lab Analog Chorus is an exact true sonic replica of the most sought after chorus of all time: the 1976 Roland CE-1. Its lush and distinctively organic tone is the standard by which all other chorus effects are measured. The Analog Chorus is capable of a wide range of sounds from a thick analog doubling, to uber-lush chorus, and even a Leslie rotating speaker.
Where is the Analog Chorus made?
Every Voodoo Lab product is hand built one at a time in our Northern California facility from the finest modern and vintage components. This along with rigorous quality control checks throughout production help ensure phenomenal performance and real world reliability. We’re so confident in our production that we offer a 5-year warranty on everything we make!
What kind of external power jack does it have?
Current Analog Chorus pedals with the LED have a 5.5 x 2.1mm barrel connector. However, older Voodoo Lab pedals without the LED have a 3.5mm mini-plug jack.
Voodoo Lab Guitar Effect Pedals are handcrafted from the finest modern and vintage components. They
are housed in rugged aluminum cases with heavy duty metal switches. True bypass switching is used for
absolutely no loss of tone when the pedal is bypassed. These are the finest effect pedals a musician can buy.
All Voodoo Lab products are manufactured in the U.S.A. by Digital Music Corporation. For more infor-
mation about Digital Music and Voodoo Lab products, please visit our web site at www.voodoolab.com.
The Voodoo Lab Analog Chorus is a sonic replica of the most sought after chorus of all time, the 1976
Boss CE-1. The original CE-1 had an “intensity” control which was actually speed. With controls for
both speed and intensity, the Voodoo Lab Analog Chorus is capable of a much wider range of sounds.
Here are some suggestions:
1. Normal Chorus: use medium settings of intensity (11 to 2 o’clock) and desired speed. In general,
as you increase the speed you will want to decrease the intensity.
2. Tone Thickening: turn the intensity most of the way down. This will add a lush analog doubling.
3. Leslie: turn both the intensity and speed most of the way up. This gives the tone of a rotating
speaker or Leslie.
Plugging into the input jack tur ns on the power to your Analog Chorus.
To preserve battery life, disconnect the input cable when not in use.
The Voodoo Lab Analog Chorus is powered by a single 9V battery. To replace the battery, remove the
four screws which secure the bottom cover. Replace only with an Alkaline-type battery.
The Voodoo Lab Analog Chorus can be powered externally with a regulated 9VDC power supply,
eliminating the need for the internal battery. The external power supply connector is a 5.5x2.1mm
barrel with center negative.