Pre-Owned in used condition. Missing battery cover.
The DOD FX65 Stereo Chorus was produced in the initial version from 1985 to 1988 and in the second version from 1990 to 1997 - these versions have different aesthetics and can be easily recognized. The FX65 is a stereo analog chorus that offers controls for speed (speed), depth (depth) and delay time (delay time). It is said that the FX65 circuit has been revised at least four times during the production of the pedal, but it always features the MN3007 BBD chip powered by an MN3101 clock generator / CMOS driver chip; with three op amps (TL022, TL062, type 1458, or type 358); and one or two internal trim pots depending on the version (two on V1 and one on V2). It is recommended to use a 10v source (although it works on 9v sources) or a 9v battery. This pedal was discontinued in late 1997 and replaced by the FX65B.