DOD Ice Box FX64

DOD Ice Box FX64

The FX64 is an incredible sounding stereo chorus. It gives you the standard level speed and depth controls, but adds a high EQ knob for boosting your high-end edge while sweetening your tone with the thick modulating delay of a chorus.


Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price: $109.95

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User Reviews of the DOD Ice Box FX64

  • Submitted by project_ozma from Chapel Hill, NC (60 points) on Nov 10, 2011
  • This pedal is really useful for it's stereo outputs. They allow the pedal to be used as a line splitter or a feedback loop generator. As a loop generator, it does produce some interesting, tweakable sounds. In the middle of the chain, it can add some subtle - almost LFO-like - warbles to the sound. In short, it's a good pedal but I find myself using it less and less as time goes on.
  • Good Points: Semi-versatile in that it can split a chain, work as a loop generator, and/or add some warbles to a sound.
  • Bad Points: Sound can be a bit hard to control. Actual chorus effect subtle on noise and not terribly useful.
  • Price Paid: US$49.00
  • Purchased At: eBay
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  • Submitted by Justin from Singapore (24 points) on Jun 26, 2010
  • I don't know if this is a good or bad chorus because it's my first

    and I hate how most choruses sound. It can go from subtle to

    annoying detuned warbling. I like the speed and depth at 9 and 3

    o'clock (or vice versa) for a slight syrupy/synthy feel. But what I

    really use it for is the wet and dry outputs, running each one

    through different dirt and other pedals, then going back into the

    stereo inputs on my Boss DD-20.
  • Good Points: - "Stereo" (wet and dry) outputs, doubles as a line splitter! - Solid build - I actually don't hate this chorus sound
  • Bad Points:
  • Price Paid: US$30.00
  • Purchased At: local forum
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  • Submitted by dustin from Lake City, FL (34 points) on May 1, 2006
  • I've never really found a use for chorus in noise, but this can actually sound pretty good. It doesn't stand out a lot, but you can create rythms and beats, and subtle changes. Great for ambience, and not so noise-drowning parts or noise.
  • Good Points: great chorus sound amazing can create beats/rhythms sturdy
  • Bad Points: none
  • Price Paid: US$20.00
  • Purchased At: friend
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  • Submitted by grizzlor from Springfield, PA (668 points) on Feb 24, 2006
  • as afeedback loop starter, it can be very interesting. i have yet to encounter a chorus that really does anything to noise...but the eq(freeze) setting can make subtle changes.another thing i use it for is a signal splitter so i can craft different sounds through the same signal(i.e making a super bass heavy signal and a light and fluffy airy type signal, taking them to an a/b/y and mixing them on the go!
  • Good Points: using it as a feedback loop starter, eq knob is good price!
  • Bad Points: can they make the switches crapier? the earlier ones had their problems but the newer ones break altoghther, my plastic part pops out every, and i mean every time i push it!
  • Price Paid: US$22.00
  • Purchased At: ebay
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  • Submitted by Ed from Malverne, NY (104 points) on Aug 21, 2005
  • In contrast to previous reviewers, I've actually gotten some decent results out of this unassuming box. The effect is undoubtedly subtle, but it adds an odd, off-kilter warping effect to vocals or high feedback that remains present even in a somewhat thick mix. It's nothing exceptional, but I like that it adds that extra bit of subtle weirdness to the sounds I apply it to. It sounds pretty cool in a feedback loop too.
  • Good Points: Nice subtle effect, great for vocals.
  • Bad Points: Doesn't stand out much.
  • Price Paid: US$30.00
  • Purchased At: from a friend
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  • Submitted by nkondi from Portland, OR (574 points) on Jul 16, 2003
  • what a great feedback loop starter. it gets some interesting synth warbles, which sound like crap alone, but better when distortion is thrown into the mix. it will also get some flang ranged effects. and hl eq control adds some nice shimmer. not the best chorus...but nothing to pass over...
  • Good Points: solid dod construction, with one of those new fangled doors that wont get lost...
  • Bad Points: not really any...
  • Price Paid: US$27.00
  • Purchased At: ebay
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  • Submitted by Torbj÷rn from Írebro (110 points) on Nov 2, 2002
  • Chorus pedals are not really good for noise according to my experience and the same goes for the Ice Box. It gets drowned when you try it with some noise mayhem. I found one good use of it and that is if you hook it up to a distortion such as DOD death metal, then you get some rhythmic sounds out of Ice Box that reminds a lot of European power electronics. Other than that this is useless for me.
  • Good Points: Not too much, not meant to be in a noisy setting Can make some good rhythmic sounds.
  • Bad Points: Well let├ď face it this basically sucks
  • Price Paid: US$30.00
  • Purchased At: Ebay
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  • Submitted by gr-eh? from Detroit, MI (374 points) on Mar 2, 2002
  • ugh. i just bought one of these less than a month ago, and after not being able to get any decent use out of it, i've sent it back to musiciansfriend. the effect is almost completely unnoticable for harsh noise, and even when used on more ambient sources the effect doesn't do anything for me that i can't do with my DOD phaser and EQ. a waste of a pedal.
  • Good Points: uhm, gonna hafta say none here as far as i'm concerned.
  • Bad Points: really wimpy effect for loud noise and not much better for anything softer. doesn't even feed back on itself worth a damn! get a BOSS bass chorus instead.
  • Price Paid: US$40.00
  • Purchased At: www.musiciansfriend.com
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