This pedal is so versatile and sounds so good. Whether you want an instant "80s" button, or lush warm psuedo-hammond rotating speaker cabinet sounds, this pedals does it all in spades. Compact, easy to use, definitely my desert island modulation pedal.
I have the adc-4 which is an upgrade to the original Anadime with reduced noise and a mix knob. I can confirm, yes, it's THAT good. Really versatile and sooo lush I can't turn it off. The mix knob does a pretty good job blending more or less of the wet signal. Although it doesn't go to full wet the last quarter of the knob does reduce the dry signal a bit, definitely entering vibrato territory, maxed out I would say 20% dry and 80% wet. The deep switch acts like a Lag control, offering you from a very faithfull and tight 80's Boss CE-2 to a full on, deep and modern sound that can get pretty wacky. I love the most deep setting with the Depth knob around the first third of travel, really lush and 3D sounding. Awesome leslie sounds too. The blinking led in perfect tempo with the LFO is the cherry on top of a brilliant analog chorus. Oh, and on the lowest deep setting with the speed all the way back you get some really nice flanger sounds! Get one and chorus GAS is over.
Brilliant sounding analog chorus pedal. It has only two knobs but you don't need more to get lush analog sounds. Compared to the Roland Jazz Chorus' built in chorus it has a slight compression, which might be good or bad depending on what you want from it.
Guthrie Govan uses it, so it can't be bad.