MADE IN THE USA IN THE LATE 80`s AS PART OF DOD'S FX SERIES OF PEDALS
GREAT CONDITION - INCLUDES BOX, INSTRUCTION MANUAL, AND BATTERY COVER!!!
The FX60 Stereo Chorus was one of the original ten DOD FX-series pedals that debuted in 1982, replacing the Mini Chorus/460 (which used a SAD 512D BBD chip) in DOD's lineup. The FX60's circuit was revised many times (in its final version, it was modified to use the FX65's circuit board), but always used an analog MN3007 BBD chip. DOD manufactured the FX60 into the 1990s, many years after the FX65 Stereo Chorus was introduced, but it was discontinued by early 1993.
Notable IC chips: MN3007 BBD chip driven by a MN3101 clock generator/driver CMOS chip; one TL062CP op amp; plus two more op amps (TLO22, 1458-type, or 358-type)
Takes 9 volt adaptor or 9-volt battery (not included).