Boss PN-2 Tremolo/Pan
Boss PN-2 Tremolo/Pan

PN-2 Tremolo/Pan, Tremolo pedal from Boss.

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moosers 03/02/2009

Boss PN-2 Tremolo/Pan : la opinión de moosers (content in English)


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The Boss PN-2 is a tremolo pedal as well as a stereo panner. You need to set it up with two amps to use the panner. It is an analog effect and has stereo outputs and stereo inputs in the form of 1/4 inch jacks. It is a stomp box and is not rackable.


The configuration of the PN-2 is very easy to follow. It has three knobs - one to set the mode to either tremolo or pan and each of those has 2 waveform modes, another to set the depth and another to set the rate. It is very easy to get a great sounding tremolo effect from this pedal. I bought this pedal used (for only $20 US dollars! what a steal...) and it didn't come with a manual, so I can't say if it is useful or not.


The sound quality of the tremolo effect is top notch. I have used it mostly with electric guitar, but have also used it with a synthesizer. It sounds great with both. In fact, this pedal sounds as good as any tremolo sound I've ever heard. It sounds very authentic and rich in tone.


I've had my PN-2 for about two years. I love using this electric guitar as it provides me with a great tremolo sound when I need it. I haven't used the panner too much as I mostly use it as a trem. To compare, this comes very close in comparison to the tremolo effect I have on my '76 Fender Twin Reverb. I like this pedal better than the Boss TR-2 which is the tremolo pedal they make now, as I think this one is more authentic sounding. The price varies as Boss no longer makes these pedals and they are hard to find. While I got a steal on this pedal, it can cost up to around $175-$200 US. However, it is a great sounding pedal and definitley worth picking one up if you are looking for a tremolo pedal and can find a good deal on one.