Price paid: $ 107.97
Purchased from: Matchetts Music
Sound — 8
Sounds pretty good. You can get a very nice lush chorus sound from it that makes clean parts sparkle. It can get a little noisy when used with Overdrive, and can sound a little digital, but overall it's a good pedal. I mostly use chorus for clean playing anyway. And the voice control is a nice feature; I haven't seen that feature on many other chorus pedals.
Overall Impression — 8
I use it with an Ibanez RG470 through a Marshall AVT100 amp. It does what it says on the tin gives you a nice lush chorus, and the voice control is a nice touch. It's just a pity it sounds a little digital with Overdrive. Still, it's pretty good. I also must add I got a very good price on it. I don't think I'd have payed list price on it (89) considering you could get a Boss Chorus pedal for about 50-55. Also, it does eat batteries, you pretty much need a DC adaptor for it. Overall, though, I still like this pedal.
Reliability & Durability — 8
I haven't gigged with it, and I've had no problems. I admit that's not much of a test though. The buttons look a little fiddly though.
Ease of Use — 8
It's very easy to use. It has 4 buttons: level (the volume of the unit), speed (the speed at which it oscillates), depth (how wide the oscillations/detunings are) and voice. The voice control is this pedal's secret weapon, it can have from 1 to 16 voices, i.e. it can sound like there are between one and sixteen other people playing with you. The manual is good, and you can get sample settings from the DigiTech website.