Dunlop’s new chorus pedal is described by the company as “powered by pure analog bucket-brigade technology”. The MXR Bass Chorus Deluxe includes top-mounted Flanger and X-Over buttons with LED status indicators.
The pedal’s “X-Over Mode” offers up decreased modulation in the lower frequencies, designed for optimal results when playing upper register chords and lines and keeping the low end in tune. Bass and treble controls allow lows and highs to be boost or cut for fine-tuning tone.
The M83 also offers up a wide stereo sound option via an internal switch and Dunlop’s TRS (tip-ring-sleeve) Stereo Hardwire Bypass Mode. Using a y-splitter cable in conjunction with the TRS to TS (tip-sleeve) setting allows for the effect signal to be sent to two different amps, with modulation moving left to right.
MXR M83 Bass Chorus Deluxe Demo:
MSRP on the MXR M83 Bass Chorus Deluxe is $298.68. For more information, visit Dunlop’s website.
MXR M83 Bass Chorus Deluxe Features:
- Analog bucket-brigade technology
- Flanger and X-Over for added tonal flexibility
- Separate Bass and Treble controls
- Rate, Width and Intensity controls
- True bypass