Excellent value on analog vintage stereo chorus pedals, dating from (L-R, ca. ’84, ’86, ’87, ’90). The coolest of these is the 565-B Chorus/Vibrato which also does a cool Leslie effect. It features separate sweep rates (“speed”) for two channels – set one up for a slow chorus, the other for a faster vibrato. When the selector switch is set to “A”, it defaults to “Speed A” and the stomp pedal is an on/off switch. Set to A&B and the stomp pedal switches between the A and B and it sounds sort of like a Leslie going from fast to slow speed (or vice versa) – or between chorus and vibrato. The LED keeps tempo with the sweep rate. The other 3 are straight stereo chorus units, often referred to as the “poor man’s CE-2”. In my opinion, they sound 80% as good, at 1/3 the price and I’m sure that many players would actually prefer the DOD. The FX60 is the closest to the CE-2 with its two knobs, while the 3-knob FX65 added a Delay Time knob. Rather than a lengthy description, AmericasPedal.net is the best DOD site on the web and you can click here for details on the FX60, here for the FX65. These are great values on USA-made pedals that sound good and seem to last forever. Here’s a demo on the FX60 and here’s one of many of the FX65. Priced at $75, $59, and $45, for the 565-B, FX60, and either FX-65, respectively.