The Harp Chorus is the perfect chorus for the harmonica player, and is approved by Jason Ricci. The Harp Chorus produces a rich warm chorus effect with easy to set controls. This is a digital chorus which tracks much better, and has less distortion than an analog chorus. Harmonicas can sound thin, and the Chorus will really thicken things up.
A chorus combined with an octave effect produces a great organ like sound. The buffered input provides the high impedance termination necessary to get the best tone form crystal, CM, and CR elements; the output is also high impedance and plugs straight into your amp. The LED is ON when the effect is in, and is OFF when the effect is in bypass. The IN jack serves as the ON/OFF switch and, unlike guitar pedals, there is no loss of tone through the Harp Chorus.
The settings are very basic. The RATE control sets the range of the effect and the DEPTH sets the strength. There is no best setting for everyone, just find the settings that you like.
The Harp Octave requires a power adapter. The AC adapter requirements are 9V DC with a minimum 100mA output and a 2.1mm x 5.5mm connector with a negative center and positive outside.
1. Clean Chorus effect
2. RATE control
3. DEPTH control
4. True bypass
5. High impedance input
6. Effect bypass ON/OFF LED
7. Reverse voltage polarity protection