The configuration of the DOD FX60 Stereo Chorus couldn't be any easier to follow. It only has two knobs - one for speed and one for depth, so setting your tone is quite easy, while there are still a good amount of different tones that you can get between the two parameters. I don't have a manual for the DOD FX60 Stereo Chorus, but it is easy enough to use that you shouldn't need shouldn't need one if you don't already have it.
The sound quality of the DOD FX60 Stereo Chorus is good, but doesn't really go beyond what you would expect from a standard chorus effect pedal. I have only used this pedal with guitar, usually a Fender Strat and a '76 Fender Twin Reverb amp. I get some pretty cool sounds with this set up and the chorus from this pedal is definitely effective. However, I've used a lot of different chorus pedals, and while this is good at what it does, it isn't that versatile when compared to some other chorus pedals out there.
I've been using the DOD FX60 Stereo Chorus for about three years and have found it to be a good chorus pedal for those looking for one on a tight budget. The best part about this pedal is how cheap it is, which makes it affordable for players on all budgets. While I wish there were more parameters to get some more varied sounds, the sounds it does have are definitely adequate and sound good. Overall, the DOD FX60 Stereo Chorus is a nice pedal for the beginner looking to play around with chorus effects.