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Sound Quality

It was ok. Nothing to get excited over, but got the job done. The sine wave was a buttery modulation whereas the square made it a little more throbby. I was disappointed that the square wave couldn't do a total 'on-off' effect - there was always a bit of sound leaking between the pulses. Decent range of rate in the LFO. No obnoxious ticks that often plague cheaper tremolos, and the bypass wasn't appalling.

Reliability/Durability

The body case is metal, but the knobs are these tiny flimsy little things that could easily be broken off by a misplaced stomp.

General Comments

This is a decent trem for the money. They can usually be had used for $20-30 less than a used Boss TR-2. The build quality is not on par with the Boss but the sound quality is mostly there, and this unit can be set not to have a volume drop. A little more tour dependable than the Dano Tuna Melt. Personally I'd spend a little extra and get an EHX Pulsar which is a more versatile unit.




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