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tc electronic JUNE-60 Chorus

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Effect Pedal for Electric Guitar

  • Chorus
  • Authentic replica of the Synthesizer Chorus from the 80s
  • 2 Switch
  • Analogue design
  • Mono / Stereo switch
  • True bypass
  • Input and output: 6.3 mm jack
  • AC adapter connection (hollow plug socket 5.5 x 2.1 mm, negative polarity inside)
available since May 2019
Item number 455811
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Great pedal, dad's very happy with it!
Alice G 03.07.2021
So I got this pedal for my dad's birthday so he could screw around with it for guitar noodling.
This was recommended to me by a friend, and honestly it's a very simple beast with a beautiful sound to it.
I've yet to use it for any of my synth keyboards, but if the way it works for guitars is anything to go by, it'd be beautiful for those as well.

So it's simple to use:
You've got the bypass button which turns it on or off, and then simply two buttons which can both be turned on at once.
Each has a different kind of chorus tone to it, and when both are combined it creates a rather beautiful dreamy airy tone to whatever sound you're making.

So as for the pros and cons:
The sound quality and build quality are stellar, this thing's built like a tank whilst being very solid and hardy.
It's easy to use overall, with no complicated drivel to distract you.

Cons:
I have zero idea how to insert a battery into this thing, and looking for the right 9V power supply can be a bit of a challenge (not included).

The cons are very surmountable, and the pros are more than worthy of the cheap price of admission.

I know many are wary of what seems like cheap knockoffs, but TC Electronic has the best clone pedals on the market for their price range.
Heartily recommended.
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Pretty good replication of the original
S. Walker 24.11.2020
Instant 80s in a box, this chorus does what it says it is going to, and well.

Opening it up, as far as I can tell it's pretty much a part-for-part clone, there's no emulation or DSP going on here.

Very much a one-trick pony, but this is a worthwhile single trick. With a guitar it's that fat 80s chorus (think Echo Beach), works well with a bass or keys too.

Not exactly a bank breaker and whilst it probably won't sit on the pedalboard of a gigging musician who doesn't play 80s stuff, it's a great thing to have in a bag of goodies, a home setup, or in a studio. For the money it's a no brainer if you can see yourself using such a chorus effect.
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Cool effect, but not really suitable for a live rig
SatoAV 01.05.2021
The chorus effect, as well as the overall package, is quite classy and feels nice.

Three drawbacks for me are:
- Huge size (as with all of the current TC Electronic pedal line up)
- Stereo functionality feels more like a gimmick. I once thought my pedal was failiing on a gig, while the only problem was that I accidentally turned on the "stereo" setting, which completely cut off my mono signal. Almost all of the stereo setups use 2 cables, and this pedal using stereo-jacks to be more compact doesn't really makes the experience good.
- While the original effect didn't have any controls, this one feels lacking at least a MIX control, making it not versatile enough for a live gig. Though in studio this can be a great addition to a more sophisticated setup.
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Sounds cheap alone, works magic in an effect chain
8Kid 06.03.2021
It's not the same as the real thing, but it's good - all analog bbd circuitry for this money was a no brainer for me. Gives your fx chain an instant vintage feel. Also a great way to stereoize mono signals.

I miss the sweet hi pass a bit - I don't really like the color of the chorus in the mid-high/high frequency range, but if you place some nice analog delay after it, it's all gone.

The housing is solid, but the wood alike plastic sides feel really cheap, but that could be expected in this price range

June-60 isn't a faithful emulation, but it's an insanely cheap analog stereo chorus. Maybe the most important feature of the original is the simplicity - no dry/wet, no amount, no rate - these boundaries can shape your creativity in a good way.

June-60 for me is an excellent team player - works magic making stereo from a mono source in an effect chain. Can't stand a chance compared to the plug-in emulations though.
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