TC Electronic NM-1 Nova Modulator Modulation Guitar Effects PedalProduct #481878 TC Electronic 481878 HBAN Chorus, Flanger & Phaser Effects Pedals https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Seven studio quality modulation effects - creativity enhanced.
Never before have all of TC Electronic's acclaimed modulation effects been packed into a single effect pedal. With seven stellar effects including the tri-chorus and through-zero-flanger, the NM-1 Nova Modulator gives you all the modulation effects you'll ever need — and then some.
This is an effects pedal for the guitarist who has come to terms with the basics of guitar effects and is now on the lookout for icing on the cake. With its dual engine design Nova Modulator allows you to combine chorus, flanger, phaser, tremolo, and vibrato effects, sync the tempo between them and even trigger the LFO to start right on the beat.
Nova Modulator gives you unlimited sound shaping possibilities and with nine presets there's plenty of room to store your favorite settings.
- 7 studio quality modulation effects
- Dual engine design
- 9 user programmable presets
- LFO synchronization
- LFO trigger
- Tap tempo
- Auto input gain adjustment
Destined to spark new inspiration for your music. Order yours today.
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Comments about TC Electronic NM-1 Nova Modulator Modulation Guitar Effects Pedal:
7 effects with 2 active -- I like the concept. I'm getting rid of a Johnson J-Station because you can't choose "no modeling" for the amp (and I normally play through a '68 super reverb). All the effects sound good. I have pulled my Behringer chorus pedal out of my box. In addition to chorus, the effect I like the most is the phaser. Also, after googling, I found that you can ignore the 12V adaptor that comes with the pedal and put on a 9V plug, like everything else in your pedal box. Apparently you will lose the top 25% of your head room, but, it is pedal 6 of 9 in my pedal box, I have not noticed that at all.