Dunlop Tremolo Stereo Pan TS1

Dunlop Tremolo Stereo Pan TS1

The TS-1 offers both stereo and mono Tremolo effects. The auto-panning stereo mode provides the ability to ping-pong your sound from channel to channel at varying speeds and transitional rates with complete intensity control.

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User Reviews of the Dunlop Tremolo Stereo Pan TS1

  • Submitted by Ben from United States (234 points) on Oct 1, 2003
  • I mainly enjoy the stereo pan feature. There's a few cool things you can do with this. You can take a stereo input -- or a dual mono input -- and the tremolo can alternate (pan) the stereo outputs in sync with the tremolo speed. Think of some options with feedback loops and go wild. I mainly use this to achieve stereo effects with a mono input.
  • Good Points: Solid. Great features. Clean.
  • Bad Points: The stereo/mono input switch is flimsy. Mine broke off and I now need to use a paper clip or such item to operate the switch on the back.
  • Price Paid: US$80.00
  • Purchased At: ebay
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  • Submitted by Harm from Mechanicsville, VA (86 points) on Jun 7, 2003
  • First of all this pedal is built really tough. It's design is very similar to the Frostwave pedals. It's got heavy chrome knobs that roll very smoothely and it has a very quiet foot switch. It's stereo or mono at a flip of the left switch and the right side bypasses the effect completely. I don't notice any volume loss when the pedal is enganged. The intensity knob acts as a balance and the shape knob lets choose from square to sine, then the speed knob which doesn't go as fast as it could adjusts the speed.
  • Good Points: This can run on batteries or go on the same power chain as your boss pedals. I use this at the end of a string of distortion pedals. I have a tremolo on my MoFX unit but i hardly use it because I use the delay and flanger a lot with that and the tremolo is vistually non-existent when any of the other effects are engaged. It's quiet, bypasses quietly, its a good color, heavy construction, warm sound, heavy chrome knobs that turn with just the right amount of resistance. I like the panning, it allows for some interesting rhythmic noise when fedback through itself with a little bit of the dry sound bleeding through.
  • Bad Points: I haven't found any yet, except it could tremolo a little faster. I actually think i've personally found a new brand of pedals that can compete with my boss pedals.
  • Price Paid: US$0.00
  • Purchased At: friend
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  • Submitted by Joshua from Chesapeake, VA (20 points) on May 26, 2002
  • I was looking for a nice tremelo to add to my effects chain but I really didn't want to pay $80 bucks for a Boss. I tried a marshall, a Dod, and this Dunlop. By far this was my favorite. I like to set the wave as square as it will go so that it basically sounds like it's cutting the signal on and off. It still isn't as good as the Boss, but if your short on cash like me it's a good little trem.
  • Good Points: Really cuts into the signal if thats what your looking for, and cheaper than a Boss. Also the stereo pan is a cool feature if you use mutiple cabs.
  • Bad Points: It does sound a bit digital which can effect the original tone, but for noise thats not always an issue. It's not as fast as it could be.
  • Price Paid: US$40.00
  • Purchased At: ebay
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