This is a pretty standard chorus pedal. It's made by Analog man, so that indicates that it is an analog pedal. There are only the standard 1/4" input and output, which are true bypass. There are no MIDI or Computer editing capabilities, and the pedal is not rackable.
The effects editing on this pedal is really basic. There are only two knobs which control speed and depth, respectively. There is really no need to use the manual unless you have a problem, but even then there's not a whole lot of useful information. I think that one of the cool features of this pedal is that it is easy to adjust on the fly, as it's not too difficult with only the two knobs.
I use this with a Stratocaster and a Telecaster. I like to run it through my Marshall, as it doesn't sound as good through the twin. I actually wasn't as impressed with this chorus as I was with some of the other Analog Man pedals I've tried. I think it just affects the signal too much, I lose much of the character of my guitars' natural tone. I'm not sure if this is something that would only bother me personally or what, but I guess I expected a less drastic effect out of a pedal called mini chorus. I prefer to keep these settings on low, which is kind of a shame as I feel like I have a less subtle approach to the editing. I may just be spoiled, this thing sounds good just not for my musical taste.
I think that for the price, I would certainly have preferred to get something else. Luckily I only held onto this for a few days before I sold it to my friend, who liked it a lot, apparently. So I guess if you really want to color your tone, this is the way to go, otherwise, stay away.