One Control label their Little Copper "the most compact and versatile chorus pedal you'll ever own!" It's not like most chorus stompboxes though; designed using a sine wave oscillator to recreate rotary speaker-like sounds — akin to a Fender Vibratone. With pocket-sized proportions too, the Little Copper chorus will easily fit on even the tiniest vacant space on your pedalboard!
One Control 'BJF Series' Pedals
One Control are well-known for their pedal switchers and pedalboard management devices, but they also make their own effects — the BJF Series! These mini pedals are designed by Björn Juhl, a legend within the stompbox sphere who's highly regarded for his work with Mad Professor, Barefoot FX and his own company, BJFE. These stompboxes not only sound great, but save precious pedalboard real-estate too!
Björn Juhl on the Little Copper Chorus:
"The Little Copper Chorus was designed differently to your typical chorus. I wanted to give the chorus sound a modern feel instead of resurrecting an effect that has otherwise been overused for decades."
"Back in the 1980s, you had to have a chorus or else you'd be sacked from the band! In the '80s, I listened to SRV and Lonnie Mack on my way to rehearsal and secretly practiced using chorus ahead of distortion in my pedal chain to recreate an organ sound. Typical choruses run triangular wave oscillators while the Little Copper utilises a sine wave oscillator. Coincidentally, sine waves are produced by electrical motors such as those in a Denver Vibratone cabinet."
- Input Impedance: 500K
- Output Impedance: 2K
- Drive Voltage: 8-12V
- Current Consumption: 60mA
- S/N Ratio: -96dB
- Size (W x D x H): 47 x 100 x 48 mm (Including Protruding Parts)
- Weight: 160g
- True Bypass Switching
- High-Quality Aluminium Enclosure
- Power: 9V Battery or Standard DC Power Supply
Finance available at checkout for orders £300+