FX65B Stereo Chorus
Early- (left) and mid-1997 FX65Bs, with slightly different paint colors
The FX65B Stereo Chorus replaced the FX65 Stereo Chorus as the "entry level" chorus in DOD's product lineup. The FX65B was a last-minute addition to Winter NAMM 1997, but was not officially introduced until Summer NAMM 1997. The FX65B was notable among the final series pedals in that it was the first "updated" pedal (hence the "B" designation) that didn't add any features compared to the previous version, other than the new chassis design. The FX65B Stereo Chorus was discontinued when DOD reorganized its pedal lineup in early 1998.
- Controls: Speed, Delay time, Width
- From the manual: "The FX65-B Stereo Chorus is DOD's latest addition to its' arsenal of modulation effects. The FX65-B Stereo Chorus offers rich lush chorusing effects that can run either in mono or out both the stereo outputs."
- Technical info:
- Notable IC chips: one MN3007 BBD chip driven by a MN3101 clock generator/driver CMOS chip, three 4560-type op amps
- Internal trim pots: none
- Component-side circuitboard images:March 1997 August 1997
- FX heritage: FX65 FX65B
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