The Electro-Harmonix Nano Pulsar delivers ear-grabbing tremolo effects along with a mind-bending panning experience via the stompbox’s stereo outputs. This space-saving guitar pedal includes a Triangle/Square Wave mode switch, along with Shape and Modulation Rate controls for a wide range of immersive pulsating effects. You also get a status LED/synchronization indicator for at-a-glance confirmation of your settings. The Nano Pulsar is housed in a rugged, pedalboard-friendly metal enclosure and operates via a 9-volt battery or power supply. If you’ve been searching for a compact tremolo pedal that’s packed with effects, you can’t go wrong with the EHX Nano Pulsar!
Thanks to its robust control set, the Nano Pulsar is highly versatile. For starters, you can choose between triangle- or square-wave modes. The Shape knob unlocks a huge cache of tremolo-modulating waveforms. And Rate and Depth knobs enable you to dial in the speed and intensity of the effect. The guitarists here at Music Experience really appreciate the Nano Pulsar’s status LED, which doubles as a synchronization indicator. It makes matching the tremolo effect to your song’s tempo a piece of cake.
The Nano Pulsar takes tremolo beyond the ordinary and mundane. Equipped with a collection of tremolo-modulating waveforms and the option of operating in Triangle or Square Wave modes, the Nano Pulsar is a tremolo/panner treasure chest. In mono, it’s simply amazing, or, connect it in stereo to create shifting waves of sound that surround you and fill your space with weaving, pulsating energy. For all its power, the Nano Pulsar’s layout is intuitive and using it is easy. There’s often a perceived volume drop with tremolo when the effect is engaged so we’ve included a Volume control. It allows a player to fine-tune their output level when the effect is on, and is a very useful addition. The Nano Pulsar’s Depth knob adjusts the amount of tremolo applied to the signal. Past maximum (around 1 o’clock) the modulation becomes asymmetric and warps the audio signal between positive and negative phase. This creates a unique style of tremolo which sounds great alone or can be used in combination with other effects like the Oceans 11’s Shimmer patch to produce compelling synth-like sounds and textures. The Rate knob provides a full range of speed adjustments for the tremolo or pan effect, and when you start to max out the Rate and Depth controls you enter ring modulation territory for a surreal sonic joyride! Unlock a world of advanced sound shaping and control. Create tremolo and panning effects that go from sublimely beautiful to downright shocking. The compact Nano Pulsar will be your do-it-all, go to pedal for all things tremolo and panning.
Take tremolo beyond the ordinary and fill your space with weaving, pulsating energy!