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The new MINI-ME Chorus circuit is based on the warm analog sound of the vintage 70's & 80's chorus pedals. The circuit is isolated into two parts, each separately grounded for noise free operation. It also contains the opportunity to use 16mm On-Board Potentiometers if you wish and will easily fit into a 125B enclosure.

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Latest Build Document Uploaded 11/15/2013

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Demo with Prototype circuit:

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Alternate Demo with final circuit:

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Disclosure: There are some fake MN3007 chips out there so please buy from a reputable dealer, with a strong return policy! If you are getting signal but cannot dial in the chorus effect using the trimmer (sweet spot) suspect your chip.

GuitarPCB is not responsible for fake MN3007 chips.

A finished build thread for reference:

Here is a Finished Build in a Combo Pedal:


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November 15, 2013 at 5:16 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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