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  • MGR/Derek MokMGR/Derek Mok

    DOD FX64 Ice Box Stereo Chorus

    DOD FX64 Ice Box Stereo ChorusPublished on 11/17/03 at 15:00
    One of the first batch of single-effect pedals I bought. Musician's Friend had it for $49.99. I knew nothing about chorus pedals and the name sounded appealing, so...

    Good sound -- a shimmering, cool chorus, very crisp. The "Ice Box" name is highly fitting. You get considerable control over the effect parameters.

    After about a month of light use, the battery connection on my Ice Box conked out! Now, unlike most pedals, it will only work with an AC power supply, not with a 9V battery, and many repair places don't fix pedals. Inexcusable!

    The pedal itself is okay, but the wiring I had problems with.

    I use this pedal a lot because of its shimmering chorus sound, but having to use an …
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    One of the first batch of single-effect pedals I bought. Musician's Friend had it for $49.99. I knew nothing about chorus pedals and the name sounded appealing, so...

    Good sound -- a shimmering, cool chorus, very crisp. The "Ice Box" name is highly fitting. You get considerable control over the effect parameters.

    After about a month of light use, the battery connection on my Ice Box conked out! Now, unlike most pedals, it will only work with an AC power supply, not with a 9V battery, and many repair places don't fix pedals. Inexcusable!

    The pedal itself is okay, but the wiring I had problems with.

    I use this pedal a lot because of its shimmering chorus sound, but having to use an AC supply is a pain in the neck. I think DOD should take a look at the durability of its wiring.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • LonewolfLonewolf

    DOD FX64 Ice Box Stereo ChorusPublished on 01/29/05 at 09:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Small digital chorus
    4 knobs (level = Ice, Cold = speed, depth = Deep Freeze = filter)
    Input, output and output Stereo
    9v adapter jack

    ACCS simple, the battery compartment is a small hatch has the rear (plastic and will not push too hard on it.
    The limp is mtal but the plastic switch, will avoid the big strokes, it may not apprcier long term.
    It is highly sensitive to interference, so if you feed through adapter, take a good trs (Switchmode an example), it also has a tendency to whistle the same reasons

    UTILIZATION

    As with all pedals in this way, plug, hack knobs 30s to find a sound, and play.
    The manual in English, with examples of rglages

    SOUND QUALITY

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    Small digital chorus
    4 knobs (level = Ice, Cold = speed, depth = Deep Freeze = filter)
    Input, output and output Stereo
    9v adapter jack

    ACCS simple, the battery compartment is a small hatch has the rear (plastic and will not push too hard on it.
    The limp is mtal but the plastic switch, will avoid the big strokes, it may not apprcier long term.
    It is highly sensitive to interference, so if you feed through adapter, take a good trs (Switchmode an example), it also has a tendency to whistle the same reasons

    UTILIZATION

    As with all pedals in this way, plug, hack knobs 30s to find a sound, and play.
    The manual in English, with examples of rglages

    SOUND QUALITY

    The chorus is quite cold (hence the name), and not too Submitted, although it falls a pil-coat what I tried.
    The porards are effective and broad sound palette.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I pay 55 (a must be one of the cheapest in the market), and the price was nothing wrong (aside from the plastic a bit feeble and potatoes if it is fed with an adapter poor quality.
    I will replace it with a chorus Jacques Meister Singer, because the whistle of the power supply is catastrophic, apparently the pedals DOD support only the power supply ... DOD and that's a shame
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  • barvadorbarvador

    DOD FX64 Ice Box Stereo ChorusPublished on 05/18/08 at 10:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Pedal classic analog chorus one available but complete and stereo output. 4-way progressive and effective amount of chorus to apply speed cycles, depth, tone, which is rare on this type of pedal.
    This is the original ice box silkscreened with snow on it.

    UTILIZATION

    By dint of searching the settings that are quite extensive, we have the ears that hear more than what is good or less good and this is where the examples of the manual are doomed.
    It is the combination "cold" and "deep" which is quite central and the style that gives effect we are looking for.
    The effect is very transparent and clean, great for an acoustic or to embellish a flute (yes sir!) But it is also powerf…
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    Pedal classic analog chorus one available but complete and stereo output. 4-way progressive and effective amount of chorus to apply speed cycles, depth, tone, which is rare on this type of pedal.
    This is the original ice box silkscreened with snow on it.

    UTILIZATION

    By dint of searching the settings that are quite extensive, we have the ears that hear more than what is good or less good and this is where the examples of the manual are doomed.
    It is the combination "cold" and "deep" which is quite central and the style that gives effect we are looking for.
    The effect is very transparent and clean, great for an acoustic or to embellish a flute (yes sir!) But it is also powerful enough and fits the jazz, rock, etc ... The stereo gives a lot more space but you must be at the meeting point of sound for realizing it.
    Please note we do not hear the LFO (modulation generator) which makes it very usable and clean.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Beautiful acoustics as clean and transparent, I ramble, and frankly that can be "liquid" on a guitar with a humbucker type LP for jazz style a line with Mike Stern or distortion.
    What I like most is that it can be set very finely so that it has the same background ... that when removed. One can of course be a very big effect, and there is no setting that sounds frankly rotten, except that a too strong chorus always ends up sounding fake.
    The tone of the chorus does not affect the tone of his general but only on the color of the effect, or metal, cold or warmer, it's not a gadget, and it can play in several styles.
    A setting of great depth with low speed, high volume and tone so hushed étonnate gives a kind of effect on the vibes leslie hendrix, when coupled to an overdrive a little erratic, it would do well almost!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a good ten years, I had a boss chorus ch3 I think too soft, too transparent, tasteless, this pedal is much better and I'm really glad I bought at the time It was the year of its release, the word ICE BOX snowy screen.
    Yet I cursed a little at first because I thought the effect was quite noisy and the LFO heard too, but it depended on the diet. A battery power supply is better than supermarket, but with an Ibanez type power supply, more concern is super clean. In a criticism of its release, I read a comment on this.
    Value for money a lot because the pedal is versatile, efficient, rich, clean and crystalline, and the more it ages well. However, I do not know what gives the FX64 revamped as in the photo.
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