3rd Dimension Chorus is a unique type of "motionless" chorus effect that reproduces that recognizable eighties clean tone.
It's full and lush and expands your tone with a three-dimensional feeling that is at once rich and sweet as well as shallow and smooth.
3rd Dimension has no knobs for you to obsess about - just 4 preset buttons ranging from "just a bit" to "quite substantial".
Classic All Analog Chorus
3rd Dimension takes its inspiration from the classic eighties studio chorus guitar tone found on thousands of recordings: thick, lush, and crystal clear.
It makes you want play dynamically - either dig in on some meaty chords, funk out on some crispy double-stops or do huge sounding finger-picked arpeggios. You'll quickly locate some recognizable settings with the 4-button interface.
Forget about knobs
Instead of bothering you with a bunch of knobs and the inevitable hours spent fine-tuning, 3rd Dimension has four simple preset buttons instead. This might seem limiting to your tonal arsenal but it isn't.
First of all, when it comes to music limitations usually make for some very inspiring and creative outcomes.
With that being said you can actually coax out 16 different presets from the pedal by combining the 4 buttons in different ways.
There's even a hidden preset that's active when none of the buttons are depressed and the pedal is turned on. The subtlest of the subtle.
So you see - the limitations really aren't that limiting.
As opposed to the vintage pedals that are capable of conjuring the same luscious chorused soundscapes, you don't have to worry about taking 3rd Dimension out on the road for full-time gigging.
It was built to stand up to whatever the working musician can throw at it and still keep delivering those beautiful three-dimensional tones. And in contrast to those old vintage pedals - it has true bypass so it won't color your tone when it's off.
- Vintage style chorus pedal
- All-analog dual bucket brigade circuit
- Superb three-dimensional modulation tones
- Unique button interface
- True bypass
- Top-mounted I/O
- Compact but roadworthy design
- Highly affordable
- Runs on 9V battery or optional PSU
- Power consumption: 9V DC and 25mA