This stomp provides tone hunters eight stunning stereo chorus settings.

Orange, CA (November 20, 2017) -- The INSPIRE Tri-Chorus Plus effect pedal from Neunaber Audio Effects captures eight stunning stereo chorus effects. Ranging from subtle to incredibly lush, all eight effects are built around variations of the tri-chorus algorithm:

  • Tri — the classic rack chorus effect
  • Hex — two tri-choruses paralleled for an ultra-dense effect
  • Cascade Tone — two tri-choruses in series create a rich, lush effect
  • Cascade Vibe — tri-chorus and tri-vibrato in series makes for a complex sound
  • Harmonic Vibe — Low-frequency tri-chorus and high-frequency tri-vibrato, a more subtle effect that works well with overdrive
  • Harmonic Detune — low-frequency detune and high-frequency tri-chorus, even more subtle and sounds great with heavy distortion
  • +Detune — tri-chorus+detune for that ultimate rack chorus tone
  • +Echo — tri-chorus+echo is a classic combo

“Some of INSPIRE's effects are my take on the classic effects that come to mind when you think of tri-chorus, while others are new and unique combinations,” says INSPIRE designer Brian Neunaber. “I think many musicians associate chorus with a specific genre of music, so I wanted to update this effect and re-introduce it to contemporary players.”

Inspire’s newly-designed circuitry offers increased headroom while maintaining low noise. A numerically-optimized analog mix control results in unity-gain dry/wet blend throughout the range, from 100% dry to 100% effect.

  • True bypass
  • Inputs/outputs may be used mono or stereo
  • Analog dry signal for low noise and zero latency
  • Controls for Effect Select, Mix, Depth, Rate, and Effect Adjust (depends on effect)
  • Pedalboard-friendly small footprint (4.6 × 2.9 in.) accepts a 9V pedal power supply
  • Designed and manufactured in California, USA

INSPIRE will be available starting November 24th (Black Friday) for $249 from neunaber.net and their resellers.

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Neunaber Audio Effects

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