JOYO AUDIO UK ARE NOW CLOSED UNTIL 10TH AUGUST All orders made during this time will be despatched on our return.
We will despatch all orders from 10th August 2010,using Royal Mail, DPD or Parcel Force. Orders made on Saturday / Sunday or Bank Holidays will be despatched the next working day.
In the unlikely event that the items are out of stock or availability is not marked correctly online, we will advise you of a delivery time at the very earliest opportunity.
All items are despatched from JOYO Audio UK in Manchester England, these charges are selected at checkout for delivery.
We do offer Free postage for all orders over £50
Special Delivery is next working day, Royal Mail and Parcel Force..
We can offer a Saturday Guaranteed delivery.
Please note that we have a cut off point of 1pm.
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All of our items are despatched in plain packaging for maximum discretion. A packing slip and VAT receipted invoice is included with your order. We can also email you over a PDF, invoice for your records.
Orders sent from JOYO Audio UK can be delivered by a number of postal carriers. High value orders which have been sent to a delivery address will require a signature on delivery so please take this into account when selecting a delivery address.
Many of our carriers will make several attempts to deliver a package and should always leave a card to notify you that a delivery attempt has been made along with details of how you can contact them to rearrange delivery. We will provide you with tracking details that can be tracked online.
We use a combination of delivery couriers, in the UK we primarily use Royal Mail or Parcel Force, where we have a daily collection of orders for delivery.
Couriers for larger items posted domestic and international will be confirmed with you on ordering.
All items are subject to availability and should be displayed right on the website at the time of ordering.. We will inform you as soon as possible if the goods you have ordered are not available and we have made a mistake.Stock is highlighted when out of stock and delayed delivery times are given.
You are able to correct errors on your order at any point of our ordering process, either online, by email or by telephone. Dont worry we will sort it !.
We will notify you by email as soon as possible to confirm receipt of your order and email you again to confirm details.
Our acceptance of your order will take place upon despatch of the product(s) ordered.
If you create an account with us on checkout you can log in and check tracking.
In the unlikely event, the despatch of your order is delayed. We will, of course, make every effort to keep you informed. Our stock levels are maintained in the UK and we work hard to keep them maintained. If an item is not in stock, it will be back in within a few days. We also rely on our couriers to do their thing.
You will only be able to exercise this right if you are able to return to us the goods you ordered unworn, undamaged, including any promotional gifts and with all original packaging as originally supplied.
Everything comes with a 12 months JOYO Audio UK warranty, so chillax...
Just contact us if you have a problem..
In the UK JOYO has a growing number of UK music shops & retailers who can hook you up with a little JOYO in store.
The number of music shops who stock the JOYO products in the UK is increasing, we now have over 60 music retailers in England, Ireland, Scotland & Wales. Please take a look on our JOYO retailer map and support your local music retailer. Try the pedals out in person & in confidence from our authorised dealers.
If your local store is not on here, ask them to get in touch and register as an authorised JOYO retailer, it would be great to hear from them.
Not too sure what we are talking about? Well here is a list of commonly used phrases we use on the JOYO website that might help a little bit. If you look at Guitar Effects by type you will find lots of demos, more details, some reviews of all of our pedals and guitar amps. If you need any help, pleask ask.
Amp sims recreate the sounds of classic guitar amplifiers made, but instead of a heavy amp to lug about or take up room, the tones are recreated by a guitar effect pedal.
Its all about the bass, whilst modulation and spacial effects work very well across all types of instrument, overdrive and distortion really needs to account for those lower frequencies.
Chorus divides the original signal and adds it back into the original (lightly modified) adding richness to the sound. Its a classic and sounds as good now as it did in the 80’s.
Even out volume of notes, or add sustain, compression is the most subtle guitar effect but will become one that can improve the sound of your playing.
Delay generates an echo that returns and repeats depending on the setting. The repeated sound is a precise copy of the original that you play, and the volume of the echo weakens with each repetition. Achieve Shadows slapback styles with a short time setting, or go for pink floyd echo trippy-ness.. Distortion Distortion is even more aggressive than overdrive, has a longer reverb and can be reliably found in all metal genres.
You definitely know equalisers from HiFi players. They serve to amplify or reduce certain frequencies such as bass, midrange and treble. These effects strengthen/weaken the frequency in the given range of roughly o +- 12 to 20 decibels.
Sounds like a plane whooshing about your head.
Fuzz is a more aggressive style of compressed distortion using an excessive amount of gain to push your guitar signal beyond its limits
A head is simply the name for an amplifier without a speaker. Your friends won't have heads on top of amps, they'll have heads on top of speakers (with the head driving the speaker). The "basic guitar amp" also known as a combo tends to be an amplifier and speaker combined in one cabinet.
Record, overdub, play along with yourself, repeat.
Modulation is a category of effects that do not intend to change drive or distort but manipulate the sound in a particular way so phaser, flanger, chorus, tremolo etc would all be considered modulating effects.
A multi effect pedal will contain many guitar effects inside one unit that can be adjusted and saved.
In simple terms it is the opposite of a compressor, which squashes signals above a threshold, such as loud attacks from the start of musical notes, noise gates squash out signals that register below the threshold. So reducing noise from noisy pedals or high gain amps.
These pedals can drop your notes down or push them up higher where your fingers cannot reach. The Octave pedal mixes the input signal with a synthesised version whose musical tone is an octave lower or higher than the original. ... Hendrix used an octave-fuzz pedal
Overdrive effects simulates the ‘overdriving’ of a tube amp, with the resulting sound of the electric guitar being characteristically a bit ‘cracked’ and ‘gritty’. Overdrive took hold in music during the 1960s, it warms up your clean guitar tone without distorting it.
These are the shorter cables that join your guitar effect pedals together. They are a 6.35mm mono cable, exactly the same as a guitar lead.
A lot of pedals? Try changing 5 pedals at once without falling over. A pedal controller allows you to program all of that in.
Phaser effects change the volume in the chosen frequency band while also adding to the original signal its phase shifted copy. In practice, it seems as if the phaser is breathing.
That thing with a plug on it, you can get a single power supply, a daisy chain, a multi power supply, filtered, isolated...
Reverb is one of the most frequently used effects in music, guitars, keyboards, vocals the effect delivers a spacial sound ranging from a small room up to a large hall.
Tremolo is one of the oldest effects, and thanks to its simple technical realisation, it is often built into guitar amps. The effect regularly adjusts volume and strength of the signal, the speed of which can be adjusted. When set properly, a nice, swinging and pulsating effect is achieved without changing the resulting character or height of the sound.
Fade in, Boost it, crank it up, okay turn it down…. Fade out… in stompbox pedal format or wah pedal style..
A wah-wah pedal (or simply wah pedal) alters the tone and frequencies of the guitar signal to create a distinctive sound, mimicking the human voice saying the onomatopoeic name "wah-wah". Auto wah or manual wah wah to get your funk on.
The JOYO JF-316 Future Chorus is a beautifully musical chorus. The Future Chorus isn't a cheesy, in your face, wall of chorus like some other chorus pedals are. You aren't going to get the over the top, over used 80's style chorus from the Future Chorus. It is a far more musical. Even with the Level control maxed it never gets out of hand. It only ever lends itself to giving your clean tone that extra bit of sparkle and something magic.
The Future Chorus can happily be left on all the time on your clean setting, it will blend that well with your clean tone that you'll forget you have it on as it becomes such a part of your sound. Whether you leave it on all the time like I do or you kick it in and out and only use it on intricately picked passages to make them stand out you'll fall in love with the Future Chorus.
It won a best buy award from Total Guitar and with good reason. This is the most popular chorus pedal we do and that's saying something as the JF-05 Classic Chorus & the JF-37 Analog Chorus pedals are huge sellers for us but the Future Chorus has come and blown them away. We get an awful lot of praise for this pedal and it will hopefully continue to grow as it becomes an even more well known pedal.
The Future Chorus also works brilliantly on both Bass & Acoustic Guitars. It really helps to make your bass lines pop by giving them that little bit of texture to make them stand out in the mix. A finger picked Acoustic Guitar running through the Future Chorus set to a moderate level is one of the nicest tones we've ever heard here.
For many guitar players they consider chorus to be that cheesy sound from the 80's. Which is true, but also used as a staple effect by many of the 80's grunge and indie players, so essential if you like the sounds of the old school.
Use this little chorus to widen your sound to full effect, bring it to the front of the mix and give your clean sounds much more depth.
The JOYO Future Chorus is a subtle analog chorus that never sounds too much, even in an extreme settings, the sound you dial in remains fully usable, If you need a beautifully transparent chorus that works in many situations, then this little future chorus is the pedal for you.
Product Dimensions 7.3 x 4.3 x 5 cm
Item Weight 220 g
Level - Contrast proportion
Depth - Depth of the chorus effect
Running Current 22mA
Power:DC 9V adapter (negative polarity)
Dimensions 73(L) * 43(W)* 50(H)mm
Plug in 9v DC Adapter (not included)
In the Box:
3m Velcro & Rubberised backings to fix to your board.
Instruction Card & Serial for warranty
1 new mini guitar effect pedal from JOYO.
JOYO Future Chorus Guitar Effects Demo
JOYO Future Chorus Demo
Future Chorus Up Close with Roy Fulton showing some settings used.
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