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If you’re new to chorus take a moment to go listen to the 80’s because that’s what that sound is! There are a few revered choruses from the 80’s such as the Boss pedals (CE-1, CE-2, Dimension C etc) which many would argue are the quintessential chorus tones.

So Jam went in another direction. Jam have created an analog chorus pedal which sounds modern … this is clearly a double negative but somehow they’ve done it.
Even long time chorus haters have been turned onto this pedal such as Greg Koch who would only use chorus as a faux Lesley sound and now loves the Jam Waterfall. In fact this pedal is so well received that even the mighty Steve Lukather has one as a mainstay on his board.

Enough name dropping, lets talk about the controls. We have Depth and speed, an extra switch for a different flavour of Chorus giving a more 3D sound. The right switch kills the dry signal and therefore provides us with a vibrato tone.

Yes that’s right you get two effects in one pedal! So head into the player now and compare this with the other Choruses and vibrato’s on Tonepedia to see what makes this one special.

Waterfall technical specifications

Manufacturer JAM Pedals
Made In Greece
FX Chorus
Type Pedal
Jacks mounted on Sides
Bypass True Bypass
Battery? Yes
Voltage 9
Polarity Center Negative
Circuit Analog
Tube equipped? No
Weight (in kg) 0.30
Width (in cm) 7.5
Height (in cm) 5.6
Depth (in cm) 12
GTIN 14 05214001611041

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