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Tremolo pulsar [EH]

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Gabouel
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Ease of Use: 9
Lots of options means it's not the easiest pedal to use. Lots of good sounds in this though. I like how the pedal can get very extreme, from helicopter sounds, to very subtle like a regular trem pedal. There is a toggle switch that goes between square and triangle wave forms and then depending on where the toggle is set, there is a knob that adjusts the timing of the trem on either side of the center of the throb. To get a standard trem sound I use triangle toggle, with it set in the middle. Putting the knob on either side can get an almost 'backwards' sounding effect. There are tons of sounds in there. Inspired me to play with the pedal, and I think that is always the sing of a good pedal

Sound Quality: 10
I think the pedal sounds great. I play a fender strat into a deluxe reverb and I play surf - influenced indie something. The pedal is true bypass. I tested this by taking out the battery and removing all sources of power and the guitar signal was still present, true bypass, yes indeed. Doesn't suck tone or drop volume when engaged. Can sound warm or sci-fi-ish. Put this before a nice delay and watch out. There is a rate led that shows the tempos which comes in handy. Batteries seems to last a long time. Not noisy in my experience. I tried out the line 6 mm4 (nice trems, but that's about it - not worth 249), the line 6 tonecore trem (it broke at the store), the t-rex tremster (nice trem, but at 200 bucks simply not versatile enough) and the pulsar one hands down and it was only 89 bucks.

Reliability: 9
Seems well-built. I've never had a problem with Electro-harmonix's stuff. I've owned many of their cool pedals, and I'm a big fan. But it didn's come in a wooden box, that was a bit disappointiong.

Customer Support: N/A
don't know

Overall Rating: 10
Overall, a very nice true bypass, trem pedal with a ton of options, from traditional to far out spacey. I like that. I also like the fact that it runs on batteries and that the input/output jacks are at the top of the pedal, why aren't all pedals built this way, do guitar pedal makers actually play out? It's a damn cool affordable pedal. Keep it up EHX!

Submitted by Anonymous at 03/02/2005 17:05
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[Boubou]
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Inscrit le: 11 Aug 04
Localisation: Clermont-Ferrand (63)

Et ben voilà, merci







Et un Pulsar chez Gillou, un !
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EL CINCO
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Avez-vous déja comparé l'ancienne version et la nouvelle (plus compacte)?
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B@rt
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Inscrit le: 14 Jul 04
Localisation: Le Mans (72, France)

ANIBALcinq a écrit :
Avez-vous déja comparé l'ancienne version et la nouvelle (plus compacte)?


Tu parles de la version nano? Le stereo? Si oui, ca m'interresserait bien aussi.
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