TC Electronic Now Shipping June-60 Chorus V2 Pedal
Two years after introducing the retro-inspired June-60 chorus, TC Electronic has updated the pedal with loads of upgrades. It still has its all-analog bucket brigade design based on the Roland Juno-60 synth’s chorus circuit, but the company says the rest is a complete internal overhaul.
“As the original JUNE-60 pedal, the V2 edition builds on the classic JUNO chorus, but adds a dedicated ‘MODE 3’ LFO to the mix, while upgrading the true-stereo output and adding optional speed settings to more closely match that of the JUNO,” TC writes. “In fact, the circuit has been redesigned from the ground up to deliver a much wider stereo field than ever before, along with new options for matching the input gain for both guitars and keys.”
The June-60 now has a pair of internal DIP switches for further control of the LFO speed for the front panel presets. Its new MODE 3 is achieved by pressing both of the preset buttons at once.
The TC Electronic June-60 Chorus V2 is available now for $59.
TC Electronic June-60 Chorus V2 Pedal Features:
|Faithful recreation of the chorus circuitry from the legendary Juno-60* Synthesizer|
|Upgraded V2 circuit design for improved performance and true-stereo output|
|Authentic 2-button interface for intuitive and fast change of modulation preset|
|All-analog BBD (Bucket Brigade Delay) circuitry|
|Mono/stereo switch for ultimate chorus experience|
|Buffered outputs for easy setup with keyboards and synths|
|Internal DIP switches to select 4 different LFO rate combinations (Default 0.5Hz + 0.833Hz)|
|Internal switch for optional input gain, perfect for guitar and keyboards|
|True Bypass retains signal integrity|
|“Built-like-a-tank” metal chassis|
|Runs on 9 V battery or 9 V DC power supply (not included)|