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  • PrimeSinisterPrimeSinister

    Jacques Stompboxes Trinity ControlPublished on 11/19/06 at 07:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Well here we are talking about just the control of the pedal, in this section the small thing to say is that the pump control that plugs into a jack thanks to not rack (red ^ ^) because we can not extend jack (Jacques source itself). So little flat.
    The technology used for the pump is of military origin.

    UTILIZATION

    So there I shared. This pump offers new opportunities in the small world of wah wah, new sensations, but I still find it hard to control, used by the classic wah with their switches.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The class is, we can truly master the sound perfectly, whether on my Telecaster or my SG on my Valbee Marshall Stack or the studio to rehearse.

    OVERALL OPI…
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    Well here we are talking about just the control of the pedal, in this section the small thing to say is that the pump control that plugs into a jack thanks to not rack (red ^ ^) because we can not extend jack (Jacques source itself). So little flat.
    The technology used for the pump is of military origin.

    UTILIZATION

    So there I shared. This pump offers new opportunities in the small world of wah wah, new sensations, but I still find it hard to control, used by the classic wah with their switches.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The class is, we can truly master the sound perfectly, whether on my Telecaster or my SG on my Valbee Marshall Stack or the studio to rehearse.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a week now, I have not seen all the possibilities.
    The special course lies in this alien control in the form of pump.
    I tried the Vox (excellent no mains connection: /) the CryBaby (superb but classic) and I have the Behringer (cheap, but well below the others named above).
    The price remains relatively high (150 € for Wah, € 50 for the control, turn the pedal € 200, against less than € 100 for VOX and CryBaby, it's still expensive! But the quality is there.
    I'm not sure I would do this choice, of course the sound is most excellent and the original control, but when you're not a professional CryBaby is ample case, where then you have really afford.
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  • Anonymous

    Jacques Stompboxes Trinity ControlPublished on 04/19/09 at 06:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is the Controller associated with the pedal at Jacques Trinity and transforms it into wah "classic", well not quite ...

    For those who do not know, in the small world of guitar effects, each country seems to have its local builder: USA (Dunlop, Morley, Zvex, Fulltone, RMC ,...), in England (Vox, Marshall, Roger Mayer, ...), Japan (Ibanez, Boss ,...), in Core (Moollon ,...), Poland (Glab), Germany, ...
    In France, we have ... Jacques!
    And Jacques, who is also a store of vintage instruments ct Marseille, is a case in hand.

    First the aesthetics, closer than Behringer Zvex. I got a little cheap.
    Then the effects approach: Trinity is a wah, auto wah, envelope filter, stuck wah ped…
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    This is the Controller associated with the pedal at Jacques Trinity and transforms it into wah "classic", well not quite ...

    For those who do not know, in the small world of guitar effects, each country seems to have its local builder: USA (Dunlop, Morley, Zvex, Fulltone, RMC ,...), in England (Vox, Marshall, Roger Mayer, ...), Japan (Ibanez, Boss ,...), in Core (Moollon ,...), Poland (Glab), Germany, ...
    In France, we have ... Jacques!
    And Jacques, who is also a store of vintage instruments ct Marseille, is a case in hand.

    First the aesthetics, closer than Behringer Zvex. I got a little cheap.
    Then the effects approach: Trinity is a wah, auto wah, envelope filter, stuck wah pedals approaching several well-known, but control by 4 inter-Controller dpendants. Brief address not faile ... To become a wah should be associated with the Controller.

    Controller in this atypical form of dome is building military. This is not a joke! A tank could play with the wah.
    A good quality cable and gold plated jack for connecting the dome of Trinity.
    The cable is secured to the dome, and a little short. Damage.
    Note, that the Controller does contrle Trinity pedal! (Well I will try with other pedals when same). He makes the most of the pedal A veritable originality. So why sell an accessory 50 euro?? What makes us a total of 150 +50 = 200 euros for all!

    Well, the construction seems srieuse, without being luxurious or excpetionnelle.

    UTILIZATION

    Usage is atypical.
    Simply press (firmly) on the dome to activate the filter sweep.
    Needless to compare with a classic rocker pedal. The intrt is precisely not to use it as a classic rocker: the effect remains the same, a wah, but the fawn to play is different. Atypical.
    The modus operandi is similar flip-flops in Morley: ds as o enlve foot, the wah is found "strong" (high position).

    Still, is less specific on the use and practice with a classic rocker. The effect is activated via the pedal and not the dome.
    In short, Different. But in no way replace your classic wah-wah.

    Note that the dome contrle it the parameter "manual" of the pedal. It is active even in other settings (auto-wah, envelope). This brings a welcome addition to modulate any of these any time.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The Trinity is a good pedal pedal.
    The Controller n'enlve nothing the sound quality of the pedal. It just makes the "play" at the bottom.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Well let's be clear: atypical, not very many presents up, rather CHRE quality but this wah Trinity and Controller is more for lovers of original effects that those seek wah "classic".
    Still a good pedal.
    But that's not agaant associate pedal and Controller!
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