Electro-Harmonix Nano Pulsar

Electro-Harmonix Downsizes Its Pulsar Tremolo to Nano Leave a comment

Electro-Harmonix has shrunk down its longstanding Pulsar and Stereo Pulsar tremolo stompboxes to Nano Pulsar.

Despite the size cut, the Nano Pulsar comes equipped with all the features and versatility of its larger siblings, thanks to a choice of square or triangle wave modes customizable via a Shape dial.

Players can select from a range of synth-esque volume swells, such as arrow and wide pulse width, falling and rising sawtooth, as well as more conventional square and triangle wave sounds.

Like other EHX stompboxes, the Rate and Depth controls let you “enter ring modulation territory for a surreal sonic joyride!”

A handy addition to the Nano’s feature set is a Volume dial to make up for perceived volume loss, an issue that previous Stereo Pulsar users encountered.

Elsewhere, the Nano Pulsar features a tremolo status LED, stereo outputs for panning effects, and a standard 9V battery or power supply.

“The Nano Pulsar takes tremolo beyond the ordinary and mundane,” the brand detailed. “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.”

You can now purchase the Electro-Harmonix Nano Pulsar for $99.

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