TC Electronic JUNE-60 Chorus Pedal
As well as authentic Chorus sounds, what sets the TC Electronic
JUNE-60 Chorus Pedal apart is the awesome old school aesthetic. Try it today at Music Junction, Melbourne, Australia
Authentic recreation of the legendary synthesizer chorus from the '80s
2-button interface for intuitive and breath-taking modulation tone
All-analog BBD (Bucket Brigade Delay) circuitry
Mono/stereo switch for ultimate chorus experience
True Bypass for ultimate signal integrity
"Built-like-a-tank" metal chassis
Runs on 9 V battery or TC Electronic Powerplug 9 (not included)
3-Year Warranty Program*
Designed and engineered in Denmark
JUNE-60 CHORUS is a faithful recreation of the lush chorus circuit found in the legendary Juno-60* synthesizer – the iconic synth sound that fueled countless ‘80s hits and defined the cult movie themes of an entire era. Now you can bring the adored chorus sound from one of the most revered, classic synthesizers back to the future. But don’t worry – we’re keeping it old school.
Who Needs Knobs?
JUNE-60 brings the recognizable sound of all your favorite classic eighties synth themes to the world of guitar. Just like the original Juno-60, you only get two buttons to work with – less is more, right? Simply plug in, press a button or two, and write the intro for the next sci-fi cult classic. Button I gives you a slow moving, rich chorus, perfect for thematic synth tones, while Button II presents a faster, wobblier chorus for a thick, groovy tone, that also works quite well for painting a swirl on a hard-rocking shred tone. Combine both modes for a swirly “dual” chorus with double sine curves battling each other for total tonal supremacy!
Buckets & Buckets
To keep the sound of JUNE-60 authentic, we called in the brigade – a bucket brigade delay circuit that is! This tried and true piece of analog circuitry is the same design used in the legendary Juno-60 synth, as well as a bevy of other sought-after analog choruses. Going all analog is the only way to achieve that unmistakable timbre and touch of the original. In this case, the old way truly is the best way.