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Rogue Analog Chorus Guitar Effects Pedal  

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The Rogue Analog Chorus pedal creates modulation effects, from wide sweeping to shimmering 12-string sound. It adds depth to electric guitars, electr...Read More

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A multi-purpose chorus effects pedal.

The Rogue Analog Chorus pedal creates modulation effects, from wide sweeping to shimmering 12-string sound. It adds depth to electric guitars, electronic keyboards and more.

Two control knobs let you quickly adjust the modulation speed and depth. A true bypass switch engages and disengages the effect. An LED indicator shows you when the effect is engaged and gets dim when it's time to change the battery.

The Rogue Analog Chorus pedal is made of aluminum and built to last.

FEATURES
  • Sturdy, lightweight aluminum case
  • True bypass switching
  • Easy-to-use Rate and depth controls

Double the sound of your guitar with 1 pedal. Order today.

SPECIFICATIONS

Analog Chorus Guitar Effects Pedal

  • Input impedance: 500k ohms
  • Output load impedance: >10k ohms
  • Equivalent input noise: -90dBm
  • Power supply: 1x9 volt battery or external 9 volt DC adapter
  • Power consumption: 20mA
  • Size: 2 3/8" x 4 3/8" x 1 1/4"
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RogueAnalog Chorus Guitar Effects Pedal
 
4.0

(based on 29 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (14)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (8)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (3)

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    (2)

67%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Compact (9)
  • Excellent sound quality (4)
  • Responsive (4)

Cons

  • Poor sound quality (4)

Best Uses

  • Amateur recording (5)
  • Performances (4)
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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Sweet, inexpensive pedal

This pedal is an excellent value! With that said, I have a friend with a Red Witch Chorus priced ten times as much that does a very different amount and character of...Read complete review

This pedal is an excellent value! With that said, I have a friend with a Red Witch Chorus priced ten times as much that does a very different amount and character of modulation.

This is a simple, yet very useable chorus. If you run your chorus 100% of the time, you might want to try something else, as it does color your tone a bit.

I play mostly modern worship at church, and this, layered into a multi-head echo into a Hall of Fame reverb can make your cleans sound huge. I run it with the speed at 2 o'clock-ish and the depth at 9 o'clock to add texture. Turn up the depth for a more prominent modulation.

You can get a variety of sounds of this pedal... the only downside is there is a noticeable change when you turn it on. I run a Tele or Les paul into TU-2>MXR 10 band EQ>GFS Greenie>PH-2>Morley Volume Pedal>ROGUE ANALOG CHORUS>Modded DL-4>Hall of Fame>Little Giant>NOS Blues Junior/Hot Rod Deluxe/Classic 50 410. It sounds good with all of othem!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Like the Detla Lab pedal

I have one of the Delta Lab pedals as well, so I was able to do a side-by-side. I think both brands are one of those Musician's Friend sub-companies so I wondered if it...Read complete review

I have one of the Delta Lab pedals as well, so I was able to do a side-by-side. I think both brands are one of those Musician's Friend sub-companies so I wondered if it was the same product in a different package.Well, had to say that for sure. But they sure do sound the same. In fact they sound nearly identical if you turn the level know to about 2:30 on the Delta Lab.I popped the Rogue open to see if there was an internal trim pot for controlling level, but there wasn't.The rate and depth controls, are subtly different between the two, but nothing major. You dial them both in just about the same. I suspect the Delta Lab has more stages, as it feels like it has more 'voices' interracting, producing a more random 'pulsing pattern'. So the Rogue is 'chewier' the same way a 2 stage phaser is 'chewier' than a 6 stage phaser.Yes, it is noisy. That's why I wanted to find an internal level trim pot. My Delta Lab is equally noisy with it's level at 2:30 as well. But with the Delta Lab I can lower the level and increase the depth and be fairly happy with the sound and noise levels.With this one you're stuck with a bit of hiss, but it IS a richer, 'chewier', 'gooier' chorus than most.I also have a DOS Icebox chorus and a DanElectro CoolCat chorus, both of which have tone controls as well as level, rate and depth. Both of those are more high freq choruses. They seem to 'shimmer' more. More 'pretty', 'sparkly' tone than the Rogue for sure.The Rogue is a warmer pedal than those. Definitely has a more analog feel to it than the chorus in my DigiTech RP350, but the noise and lack of stereo outputs mean the RP350 beats it hands down.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great Chorus Sound for the Price

By billymac72

from Chicago, IL

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Pros

  • Compact Design
  • Excellent Sound Quality
  • Responsive
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Performances

    Comments about Rogue Analog Chorus Guitar Effects Pedal:

    Been playing guitar for 30 years. I play a lot of classic rock, some metal and lots of acoustic. I primarily need a chorus effect for electric songs that featured clean passages. For that 25% chorus effect (Metallica's "One" for example), it was absolutely perfect. I don't use the effect a ton, but I found it also worked quite well for duping certain dirtier rock sounds, like STP or Rush, in combination with a good overdrive/distortion stomp box, or even just the stock amp gains. It also works quite well through an acoustic amp, helping produce very pleasing, smooth chorus tones. If chorus is a major feature of your playing style, perhaps you have a more discerning ear in terms of its shortcomings. In my case, it met my needs and expectations in every way.

    I've used this little pedal for four years now and am extremely pleased, especially for the price. One note: the light does NOT start to dim when the battery runs low like on Boss stomps, e.g.

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    1.0

    totally changes your tone to unusable

    By Albin Gregory

    from RICE LAKE, WI

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    Pros

    • Compact Design

    Cons

    • Poor Sound Quality

    Best Uses

    • BOAT ANCHOR

    Comments about Rogue Analog Chorus Guitar Effects Pedal:

    If you pay the full price, take 15 of it and buy the fab-danelectro chorus. WAAAAAYYYYY better.

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    (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    Not what you need in a Chorus pedal

    By RockerDuck

    from Marietta, Ga.

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    Pros

    • Compact Design

    Cons

    • Poor Sound Quality

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Performances

    Comments about Rogue Analog Chorus Guitar Effects Pedal:

    This is the minimal chorus. The sound and variantion of the chorus effect is non existent. Don't waste you money.

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    5.0

    ROGUE ANALOG CHORUS GUITAR EFFECTS PEDAL

    By ZOMBIE

    from NJ

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    Pros

    • Good Selection Of Effects

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording

      Comments about Rogue Analog Chorus Guitar Effects Pedal:

      THIS WAS AN EXCELLENT BUY FOR A PEDAL LIKE THIS

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      5.0

      Good for the price

      By Kixphantom

      from Maine

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      Pros

      • Good Basic Chorus

      Cons

      • None that I have found

      Best Uses

      • All

      Comments about Rogue Analog Chorus Guitar Effects Pedal:

      I have been leaving mine on most of the time just to fatten up my tone a bit. Works great with gain and even better with clean. I don't know how it would compare to more expensive ones. The last one I used was in the 90's and it was built into the amp.

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      4.0

      Well worth the price.

      By NUNYA

      from NunyA

      About Me Professional Musician

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      Pros

      • Compact Design
      • No Sudden Jumps When Twea
      • Not Too Cheesy
      • Smooth Effect Knobs

      Cons

      • Limited Selection Of Effects

      Best Uses

      • Performances

      Comments about Rogue Analog Chorus Guitar Effects Pedal:

      I'm a trumprt player who uses lots of effects at live gigs. My experience has been that the boutique stuff doesn't cut it in my setup. Signals are very weak. Good for the piggy bank that way.
      Bought this because it was inexpensive.
      Nothing fancy, for sure, but does the wobbly chorus thing just fine. Well constructed (so far), and reletively quiet when engauged. True bypass seems to be correct. No noticable noise when not on.

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      (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      2.0

      Cheaply built...caveat emptor

      By monkeyxx

      from NC

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

      • Compact Design

      Cons

      • Breaks Easily
      • Poor Sound Quality

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording

      Comments about Rogue Analog Chorus Guitar Effects Pedal:

      Sounds OK at best, but the worst part is the footswitch is so cheap it breaks within a month. It is unfixable because the switch is soldered directly to the circuit board. Maybe a professional with high end tools could fix it, but, I will never buy another Rogue pedal. Very badly built.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Zero Complaints

      By WAT

      from Forsyth County, NC

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        Cons

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            Comments about Rogue Analog Chorus Guitar Effects Pedal:

            i bought this as a present for my son. He said it works very well - zero complaints!

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            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Sweet, inexpensive pedal

            By DannyStereo

            from Kelso, WA

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            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Compact Design
            • Gradual Controls
            • Inexpensive

            Cons

            • A Bit Loud When Turned On

            Best Uses

            • Shimmery Cleans
            • To Enhance Leads

            Comments about Rogue Analog Chorus Guitar Effects Pedal:

            This pedal is an excellent value! With that said, I have a friend with a Red Witch Chorus priced ten times as much that does a very different amount and character of modulation.

            This is a simple, yet very useable chorus. If you run your chorus 100% of the time, you might want to try something else, as it does color your tone a bit.

            I play mostly modern worship at church, and this, layered into a multi-head echo into a Hall of Fame reverb can make your cleans sound huge. I run it with the speed at 2 o'clock-ish and the depth at 9 o'clock to add texture. Turn up the depth for a more prominent modulation.

            You can get a variety of sounds of this pedal... the only downside is there is a noticeable change when you turn it on. I run a Tele or Les paul into TU-2>MXR 10 band EQ>GFS Greenie>PH-2>Morley Volume Pedal>ROGUE ANALOG CHORUS>Modded DL-4>Hall of Fame>Little Giant>NOS Blues Junior/Hot Rod Deluxe/Classic 50 410. It sounds good with all of othem!

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            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            3.0

            not the best

            By Bob

            from Canada

            About Me Experienced

            Pros

            • Compact Design
            • Responsive

            Cons

            • Poor Sound Quality

            Best Uses

              Comments about Rogue Analog Chorus Guitar Effects Pedal:

              It is the only Rogue pedal I don't love. It is not as smooth of a transition when rotating, so it goes from not changing the sound at all, to making it sound like you are just out of tune. I am not the hugest fan of Chorus effect, but was hoping this would be different, but still nothing for me quite right yet.

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