Fulltone announces a limited edition of That 80’s Rack Chorus, a clone of the famous Tri Stereo Chorus edition by Dyno My Piano.
Fulltone explains that they managed to get enough NOS Analog Bucket Brigade Delay (BBD) chips to produce 3200 That 80’s Rack Chorus, which reproduces the Dyno My Piano Tri Stereo Chorus. Other components, including knobs, switches, transformers and photocells are custom, and Fulltone included on the front face the name of the module with a Looney Tunes “That’s All Folks”-like logo.
That 80’s Rack Chorus will be available exclusively via the Fulltone custom shop for the price of $1299. You can register at www.fulltone.com to be the first to know when the module gets available.
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