Custom Shop "That 80's Rack Chorus" (CS-TERC) - Cosmetic Blem
This item is now exclusively sold by us, right here. you will not find it in any stores!
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We now allow a “3 day tryout” for you to decide if you’re happy with your purchase. If not, you may return the item for a full refund minus all shipping costs. All Returns for SSTE, TTE, ECF, or TERC incur a 15% Restock Fee, no exceptions.You must contact us via email within 3 days of the item being in your possession and we will facilitate the return.
The Sound of Landau, Lukather, the 80's and NOW!.
NOTE: This is a cosmetic blem of the current model TERC and comes with a full Warranty! There is absolutely nothing wrong with the sound or performance of this pedal, yet it may have a slight blemish that keeps us from being able to ship it to a dealer. If this item shows as "SOLD OUT, please buy a Non-Blem version here.
I have procured enough N.O.S. Panasonic MN3007 Analog Bucket Brigade Delay chips to build a limited production run (total 3200 units)of Custom Shop "That 80's Rack Chorus" units. These are exact reproductions of the extremely rare and wonderful sounding rack-mount format Tri Stereo Chorus (TSC) effect sold during the 80's under the Dyno My Piano, Songbird, and Dytronics names. I own multiples of all three version and there are slight differences between them, but according to my ears (and verified by Michael Landau) the early Dyno My Piano is "The One" and, not surprisingly, the one I have chosen to recreate. Like the early Dyno MY Piano, mine has 11 x NOS JRC4558 chips, and I chose the JRC4558 for the input chip as well, which is the same as the early units.