Two new pedals this week - MXR Micro Chorus and Keeley Phaser
No in-depth review yet, but I'm very satisfied. Didn't want to sink a bunch of cash into chorus, hence the MXR - I think it's terrific value. Lots of usable sounds in there. Present enough to know it's on, but not so intense as to be terribly intrusive (until you get way up the dial). Nice to have this pedal available, especially with true bypass.
The Keeley Phaser isn't just terrific value, it's outstanding. Most usable, lush, phaser I've played through. Not as crunchy as a Phase 90 (which is a pro or a con, depending), though much more three-dimensional without being overwhelming. The Shannon Phaser could do lush, but almost so much that it got in the way - not so with the Keeley. Sits in the mix just right. Slow, slow phase cycles sound pretty amazing. Great build quality, and the tap tempo is a treat. They really nailed this one.
Pretty happy with this week's board additions!