Maestro Comet Chorus
The Comet uses iconic analog bucket-brigade device (BBD) technology to deliver warm, classic chorus tones. This all-analog pedal boasts a Mode toggle switch for increased sonic versatility. The Earth mode provides an optimized, shimmering chorus effect, while Orbit mode adds some amplitude modulation to the chorused sound, more accurately simulating the sonic complexities of a rotary speaker. An internal trim pot lets you adjust the level of the rotary speaker Orbit effect to taste. The intuitive 3-knob layout lets you quickly dial up the Depth (amount of pitch variation), Speed (modulation rate) of the chorusing, and adjust the amount of pitch modulated signal that is blended in with the dry signal by using the Mix control. The true bypass footswitch triggers the LED lights in the bugles in the Maestro logo when it’s on, so you’ll always know when the effect is active.
Controls: Depth, Mix, Speed; internal Orbit amount trim pot
Current Draw: 55.4 mA
Power On Switch: Incorporated into the input jack. Unplug the input when not in use to prevent battery drain. Remove the battery when the pedal is going to be stored for long periods to prevent leakage and damage.
Input Impedance: 470K ohms
Output Impedance: 1K ohms
Switching: True Bypass
Dimensions (D x W x H): 5.04” x 3.45” x 2.5”, including feet, knobs, jacks, etc. Weight (Including Battery): 1.25 lb. / 566.99 gm.
Internal Trim-Pot: The internal trim pot labeled Orbit allows the user to adjust the amount of the rotary speaker-style effect that is blended into the sound when the Mode switch is in the Orbit position. Using a small screwdriver, turn clockwise to increase, counterclockwise to decrease the amount of the Orbit effect.
Switches: True Bypass footswitch, Orbit/Earth Mode toggle switch
LED Indicators: Red, yellow, and blue bugles in the Maestro logo illuminate
when the pedal is active Signal Processing: All-Analog
Power Requirements: 9V battery or regulated 9VDC power supply (5.5 x 2.1mm plug, wired center-negative)
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