- Designed for a 125B enclosure with top-mounted jacks
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mmisulia (verified owner) –
I had the Boss Waza CE-2 to compare this to and it sounds every bit as good. An absolutely classic chorus, sounds straight out of the 80s.
Rixroxx (verified owner) –
I never heard an actual CE2 but seen some on YT. I built two Cepheid projects, one for my friend used the MN3007/3100 and one for me used MN3107/3102. Both sounded fantastic. I noticed the one that has the 3007 is warmer and the on my CE2 is bit bright. But I found that the one that has 3107 is tighter on less wobbly when paired with a dirt pedal. So for my Cepheid, I will stick with the 3107. Nice pcb layout from PedalPCB. Will build another one for my brother soon.
alxmrtnz (verified owner) –
Before building the Cepheid Chorus, I was using the choruses built into the HX Stomp. I have to say, this one easily beats them. It has a luscious analog tone – just sounds so good.
I ended up having a faulty resistor or capacitor that held up my build a bit, but users on the PedalPCB Forums pointed me in the right direction. Would definitely recommend!