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Radial Engineering Bones 2-Channel Vienna Chorus Pedal

Radial Engineering Bones 2-Channel Vienna Chorus Pedal

Radial Engineering Bones 2-Channel Vienna Chorus Pedal

B&H # RAVIENNACHO MFR # R800 7120
Radial Engineering Bones 2-Channel Vienna Chorus Pedal

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Product Highlights

  • Old School Analog Bucket Brigade Chip
  • Two Programs for Quick Choral Changes
  • Turbo Mode for Extra Intense Effects
  • Standard 9V Power Supply Operation
  • Rate and Depth Controls for Each Channel
  • Bypass Mode
  • LEDs for Bypass & Channel Switching
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The Bones Vienna Chorus Pedal from Radial Engineering is a dual-mode pedal that mimics the effect of a Leslie rotating speaker by allowing the guitarist to instantly transition between a moderate choral to an intense vibrato with the stomp of a footswitch. This can be particularly useful when switching the chorus between a verse and a bridge to create lush and exciting effects.

The distinctive warm tone is captured by way of a new-old-stock (NOS) Panasonic MN3007 - circa 1976 bucket brigade chip from the early days of analog delay and chorus pedal development. The Vienna Chorus Pedal offers the character and feel of a vintage chorus pedal without the noise. Both chorus channels are equipped with individual rate and depth controls for full 2-channel performance. The effect is augmented with the turbo mode, which introduces a proprietary oscillator waveform frequency while increasing the range. This lets you transition from a variety of sonic landscapes from slight choral to extreme warble, tremolo, or vibrato.

Optimized for pedal boards, the compact Vienna Chorus Pedal operates on 9V power to suit the various DC power bricks that are now common with multi-pedal systems (power supply sold separately). The LEDs on the Bones Vienna Pedal act as high-visibility status indicators for use on dark stages. This two channel pedal features a baked enamel finish and is built with 14 gauge steel to handle the rigors of professional touring.

1/4" input jack for your guitar
1/4" output jack connection to your amplifier
Powered via a boss-style 9V adapter (sold separately)
Employs the analog, bucket brigade chips to produce 70's style chorus for an organic tone
Footswitch toggles between chorus effect and bypass in the BYPASS mode; an on/off LED status indicator illuminates when the effect is active
Footswitch selects between chorus channels; an LED status indicator illuminates when channel-A is active
Both channel-A and channel-B have their own rate and depth controls that allows creation of two different unique chorus effects on each channel and switch between them
Turbo Switch enables switching between normal and Turbo mode; Turbo dramatically intensifies the effect by increasing the depth of modulation
Full ground plane for noise-free performance double sided through hole solder points for durability
Nickel-silver finish contacts
Connectors: Glass filled nylon housing is tougher than steel and provides isolation for reducing noise
14-Gauge steel casing with double-up solder points and steel shaft for durability and to protect the circuit board from external damage
UPC: 676101039500
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Radial Engineering Bones 2-Channel Vienna Chorus Pedal
  • Limited 3-Year Transferable Warranty
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    Specifications
    Connectors IN: 1/4" input jack for your guitar
    OUT: 1/4" output jack connection to your amp
    PSU: Connection for 9 to 12 VDC, center pin negative
    Dimensions L x W x H: 3.5 x 4.4 x 2.1" (88.9 x 111.7 x 54.3 mm)
    Weight 1.55 lb (0.70 kg)

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