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Hotone Skyline Series CHOIR Analog Chorus Pedal

 
5.0

(6 reviews)

$79.99 MSRP: $109.99 Save : $30.00 (27%)
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Description

The Hotone Skyline Series CHOIR gives you a classic authentic analog chorus sound. Warm, pure, liquid and lush tone textures.

The Hotone Skyline Series CHOIR stompbox is so small and lightweight that it can literally live in a guitar case or bag, yet still deliver premium effects.

The Hotone Skyline Series CHOIR creates the most natural, purest and warmest chorus sound in this little secret box. With the DEEP button you can obtain a deeper chorus effect. The compact, easy-to-use design features a metal footswitch and analog-style parameter knob so you can really tweak your tone. With its pronounced LED, the CHOIR will shine bright on a live stage.

The minature sized CHOIR makes a great addition to any existing pedalboard where space and weight are at a premium, while the true bypass design lets you build the the lightest, most compact pedalboard imaginable using multiple Skyline Series stompboxes.

Don't let its tiny size fool you, the Hotone CHOIR is built to last with a strong casing and a metal bar to absorb the most emotional stomps that your passion unleashes. 9VDC power supply optional.

Features:
  • True Bypass Footswitch
  • Analog chorus pedal for creating pure, lush chorus effects
  • Level and Depth parameter controls for shaping tone
  • Push-style DEEP button adds low end
  • Main light-up knob adjusts overall chorus effect level
  • Zinc Alloy Outer Cover
  • 9v power supply required (not included)
  • Please note: You cannot use a battery with this pedal

Get your Hotone Skyline Series CHOIR Analog Chorus Pedal today at the guaranteed lowest price from Sam Ash Direct with our 45-day return and 60-day price protection policy.

Things You Will Get:

  • Effect Pedal
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Hotone Skyline Series Choir Analog Chorus Pedal
 
5.0

(based on 6 reviews)

100%

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5.0

Sweet Little Chorus

By 

from Tampa, FL

Staff Reviewer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Great Sound
  • Small

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amature
    • Gigging
    • Proffesional

    Comments about Hotone Skyline Series Choir Analog Chorus Pedal:

    Super small and super great sounding. Love this pedal, for the price it works great and it takes no room on the board. The sound reminds me of the old CS9 but in a small package. The pedal click is so satisfying but most importantly, it sounds awesome, easy controls.

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    5.0

    Small size but a big sound

    By 

    from Edison, NJ

    Staff Reviewer

    Comments about Hotone Skyline Series Choir Analog Chorus Pedal:

    In recent years micro sized pedals have become more and more popular because of their small footprint on a pedal board. With the Hotone Choir pedal, not only to you get a small pedal but it has such a big sound out of it. It is true-bypass and its simplistic layout lends itself to having a simple yet quality chorus tone.

     
    5.0

    Big on tone

    By 

    from Lombard, IL

    Staff Reviewer

    Pros

    • Compact
    • Great sound
    • Rugged

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Overcrowded pedal boards
      • Portable effects

      Comments about Hotone Skyline Series Choir Analog Chorus Pedal:

      Don't let the small size fool you. This pedal sounds great and is built solid. I was hesitant the first time I saw Hotone pedals as they seem almost too small and potentially fragile. When you pick it up and feel the substantial weight, you will see that it should hold up well to constant use. The controls are standard to most chorus pedals and easy to dial in your tone. This is a great pedal for a cramped pedal board or for anyone looking for super portable effects.

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      5.0

      Great Chorus Pedal!

      By 

      from sam ash nyc

      Staff Reviewer

      Pros

      • cool light
      • great sound
      • small space

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • chorus effect on guitar

        Comments about Hotone Skyline Series Choir Analog Chorus Pedal:

        These Hotone pedals are great for the size and price. This chorus is no exception, great sounding and fun to play!

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        • No
         
        5.0

        Not the size that counts..its how it sounds

        By 

        from Cincinnai, Ohio

        Staff Reviewer

        Comments about Hotone Skyline Series Choir Analog Chorus Pedal:

        This small yet sweet chorus pedal is a little bigger than my thumb but reproduces a sound much greater than other pedals which are much bigger. The whole line of Hotone's are incredible and really pack a punch..plus you can get a wee smaller pedalboard if you have a ton of these

         
        5.0

        Mightly Little Pedal

        By 

        from Canoga Park, CA

        Staff Reviewer

        Comments about Hotone Skyline Series Choir Analog Chorus Pedal:

        This is a great little pedal. You can get anything from washy subtle chorus to angry vibrating effects, and it fits so well on a pedal board. You can put together a little board with 12 pedals on it, and still not be "that guy." You know that guy, who's got the stage hogging pedal board that takes for ever to get on and off stage. If you're like me, and want a little chorus in a lot of situations, you can use Velcro to just stick it to the back or side of your amp, and a couple of short cables to put it in your FX loop. that way, you never have to unplug it, and it's always set up. You can even turn it on and off by using the FX Loop button on your footswitch.

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        Warranty Info:

        The manufacturer's warranty covers parts for ONE YEAR and labor for ONE YEAR from date of purchase. The warranty excludes damage from misuse, abuse, and contains other exclusions.

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