Palmer Chorus

Palmer Chorus

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Chorus, Chorus for Guitar from Palmer in the Root Effect series.

3 user reviews
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Palmer Chorus tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Palmer
  • Model: Chorus
  • Series: Root Effect
  • Category: Choruses for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 02/15/2011

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Palmer Chorus user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 3 reviews )
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Father Phaser05/11/2013

Father Phaser's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Effective and no frills"

Palmer Chorus
This is a pedal for guitar (analog transistor with truebypass), one input and two outputs 6.35mm (left output = mono).
Super sturdy construction.
Powered by 9V transformer not supplied, or battery.
1 foot switch to bypass entrenched and 3 knobs to adjust the housing Rate, Depth and Intensity (Speed, Depth and Effect Level).
More details of the features here:


Using extremely simple.
The manual does not make you an intellectual bilingual (English / German). All technical specifications are, perhaps an illustration to show how pressing the foot-switch with his foot, and two picks come with pedal unfortunately work with any of my keyboard is missing.


Chorus quite "Glasnost", the modulation possibilities range from "subtle" to "very audible and very fast."
I use it on an old organ GEM without chorus, the G50, which is similar to this model:
This modulation is missing from this machine! Insert in the output of the organ, I retain its nature the instrument if the 3 knobs are at minimum (without turning the truebypass so), and all of it's dance background those old transistors!


Used for 2 weeks, I will inform you in case of sudden death or rapid degradation of the sound quality of the object.
The Q / P ratio is excellent for those seeking a chorus modulation without coloring.

keskidi38's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Palmer PECHOR Chorus, And the finesse!"

Palmer Chorus
See the technical description of the product.

This effect is completely analog (subjectively) transparent. A box and a seemingly solid grip on the pedal which allows a good grip on the ground.

The look is simple but class, and it is registered "Chorus" above. It may sound simplistic, but it is a statement to me.

Its not editable Two holes will fix in case.


Three buttons .... this is more than enough! As it is written above, it produces a chorus and nothing else.

Simplicity with three functions: Rate, Depth and Intensity.

Search Sound is a ease.


This is where it all happens. This pedal produces only the chorus, it was not expected to make the coffee, the sound of the death that has ever heard or other weirdness.

But against what beautiful chorus, more or less deep with an important nuance depending on the setting. This is the kind of effect that I call "good taste." It does one thing and does it well.

No problem of breath, or other crachouillis buzz, the stereo is simple but musical.

Yes, that I was looking for the formula, this effect produces a chorus "musical".

I use it with my Archtops its super clean, a bit like "lee ritenour" (but it works wonders on a popping sound) and my guitars with nylon slip a little (very little) modulation.

I'm not trying to find her. I close my eyes and listen to my setting I found easily.

I long ago looking for a quality effect of this: I found and surprisingly, it is not very expensive.


I use it for a few days, but I used a lot of models for 30 years, whether rack or pedal, and I found an effect well. Warning: we are in the top level there without concession.

The simple, but effective. I join in a loop: preamp, reverb lamp and chorus, period! With that, we toured the world without any problem.

Then the value for money is great!

I reparlerais the next few months to inform the development of problem.

The feature I like the most: the fineness of its product, stylish and lightweight! this is important and this effect reached this performance.


LeoSpirit's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" The hair"

Palmer Chorus
Analog stereo chorus with true bypass and three settings (intensity, depth, speed).
The metal box is a little big but it's really tough.


It's really piece of cake. One branch, turn knobs and presto. There must have been a manual, but it is not necessary.


Very transparent, it's a nice chorus. Simple and effective I think he can adapt wherever the need arises a chorus. I use it with a Godin Freeway, a hall of fame and a VOX amp AC4TV mini or a Marshall JCM.
I actually use a fairly discreet (no chorus that nauseous although it is possible). It's the little extra that sublime arpeggios. Really top quality, I do not see what you can expect more of a chorus but I confess I am not an expert in chorus.
Maybe some demanding (and it should be) who likes vintage sounds repprocheront him not to be particularly warm or soft. It is very clear for me the color and warmth come from the amp.


I use it for four months. For me this is not the effect to be noticed too, it just denser sound, makes it more singing. To do this little box at Palmer (who has cracked Christophe Godin for that matter) is perfect.
Before I had a Tonelab LE and its chorus that I found nice. If that is simpler, there is not as many styles as possible chorus, just the basic one but it does it well, with more transparency than the Tonelab and widely enough for me.
Everything is good and more for a really nice price. With the experience I would do without this choice to look elsewhere.

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