Stompbox Blog: Nobels TR-X Tremolo

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Welcome to the guitar effects virtual museum. I have been collecting stompboxes for the past few years and wanted to share some thoughts. I will continually add more pics and opinions. Any comments or suggestions are appreciated. Thanks for looking.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Nobels TR-X Tremolo


What do you get when you cross a German-engineered design with a Korean-built pedal? A heck of a lot for your money to begin with. In 1990 Nobels manufacturing out of Germany started a budget-line of effects that were hand-built in Korea. Although not well-received initially the original series are commanding much higher prices these days. One that keeps showing up on every professional musician's pedalboard is the TR-X. A couple of other tremolos garner a certain cult-status but only one offers so many features at a fraction of the cost. With 4 choices of Sine or Square wave pulse and a 4 knob choice of speed, intensity, tone, and effect level what more could you want? Ok, how about an output for remote switching and a cheap plastic battery compartment for easy access? It's a quiet transparent tremolo with a broad range of speed and depths that would sound good in any Quentin Tarentino Film. http://www.nobels.com/en/index.htm

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1 Comments:

Blogger Ethan said...

It's driving me crazy that no one has ever mentioned the internal trim pot on any threads that I have read. Am I only one that opens up his pedals?

December 7, 2010 at 9:44 AM  

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