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Buzzing Bugs Audio Introduces the BB03 Lo-Fi Chorus Pedal

Buzzing Bugs Audio Introduces the BB03 Lo-Fi Chorus Pedal

The BB03 Lo-Fi Chorus is a flexible analogue modulation machine, designed to emulate the warm, woozy, and decayed saturation of vintage chorus, worn-out cassette tapes, and warped vinyl records.

Buzzing Bugs Audio Devices, one of the UK’s most exciting new pedal brands, has introduced their newest creation, the BB03 Lo-Fi Chorus.

This flexible analog modulation machine is painstakingly designed to emulate the warm, woozy, and decayed saturation of vintage chorus, worn-out cassette tapes, and warped vinyl records. Its five control knobs allow you to control the amount “aging” and warble of your guitar tone, so you can fine-tune your signal with just the right amount of decayed beauty.

Like the company’s previous creations, including the BB01 Fuzz Pre-Amp, the BB03 Lo-Fi Chorus stands out with its undeniable character. The BB03 Lo-Fi Chorus captures the essence of vintage analog imperfections, each element dynamically interacting to provide a myriad of tone-shaping possibilities.

  • ROOM - clipped echo/slapback
  • DEPTH - controls depth of the oscillation
  • TIME - controls the speed of the oscillation
  • MIX - combines the clean guitar signal with the modulated effect, to control between chorus or vibrato
  • AGE - alters the oscillation wave, ‘detuning’ the wave for woozy, worn-out sound
  • True bypass switching
  • Hand-built in England using diecast, robust metal enclosure
  • Top-mounted jacks for maximum pedalboard efficiency
  • 9vDC standard center negative input – external power only, no battery compartment
The BB03 Lo-Fi Chorus has a price of £149.00.
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