The Arion SCH-1 Stereo Chorus pedal creates a tasteful, smooth chorus that can range from subtle to enormous. The SCH-1 was in production in the '80s and is known for producing a fantastic faux-Leslie tone at faster settings, as well as killer vibrato and rotary effects. If you're into awesome vintage pedals that have been used by the likes of Clapton, Michael Landau, and more, check out the Arion SCH-1.

This is similar to older Boss ACA pedals in that they are better off with a 12v adapter, or 9v battery, a 9v adapter isn't enough power and the light will be dim and not give the full chorus effect.  THIS PEDAL HAS BEEN CONVERTED TO RUN PROPERLY ON REGULAR 9vDC SPEC

The Battery cover was missing, so there is an aftermarket, 3d Printed Battery door included. It is a tight fit, and one of the latches does not completely latch down because the catch broke off upon removal.  However, it's so tight of a fit that it stays down in place.  Great for someone who is only interested in tone!

Check out my other listings for more cool vintage, boutique, Arion, Chorus, and other guitar pedals! Any other pictures needed or questions please ask!

I'm trying to avoid from instituting a no refund policy on vintage gear, so other than guaranteeing that it will not be DOA, ANY return on vintage gear is an automatic 15% restock fee. Any questions, please ask.

Listed7 months ago
ConditionFair (Used)
Fair condition gear should function but will show noticeable cosmetic damage or other issues.learn more
Brand
Model
  • SCH-1 Stereo Chorus
Finish
  • Blue
Categories
Year
  • 1980s
Made In
  • Japan

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