Jacques Stompboxes Trinity
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Trinity, Wah-Wah/Auto Wah/Filter for Guitar from Jacques Stompboxes.

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Average Score:4.6( 4.6/5 based on 4 reviews )
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grozeil09/03/2006

grozeil's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Jacques Stompboxes Trinity
No better than Basstyra!

UTILIZATION

Pedal with four knobs, which interact with each other I feel. Not as easy to find its sound compared to other more standard pedal, but again, after some research, it was something crazy.

SOUND QUALITY

Arf. I was looking for something to have an original sound, who farts right, turn your on jazz / funk. Pfff, it sends this thing serious. I was captivated by the fact that the sound is incredible momentum (I use it with a Chapman Stick, an instrument played by tapping ONLY). And well, that answers terrible!
I can not compare it to other effects that Jacques says he was inspired because I have only limited knowledge of guitar effects pedal format (in rack for that matter :-/). Anyway, I trust him ;-)
Personally, I use it primarily as autowah, but the wah trad. works very well too (the use of the pump is coment say ... amazing!)

OVERALL OPINION

Two days of use. I went to buy a Jacques Meistersinger, and I leave with it + the Trinity and pump, at a price ... yum. If I had more gold coins I'd be left with the analog delay. I was treated to a demonstration by his dad who convinced me altogether so that initially I was more than reluctant. Take it one ear, it's worth a visit!
I had tried any wah pedal before, except in my Boss VF1 modeled. The approach and sound are radically different!
The choice will be repeated without problems.
Another tip: its connected but not switched pedals are completely transparent, the signal is not altered. Of the ball I tell you!
Basstyra09/01/2005

Basstyra's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Jacques Stompboxes Trinity
This is an analog pedals, like all the Jacques. A big man, moreover, these effects are very good, and most importantly, they all have a little more, a new approach, something more, which makes the difference, that make the effects very, very interesting.

Trinity is an envelope filter pedals of. In fact, it combines three control filter, an oscillator controlled by automatic (speed and depth adjustable), a dynamic controller and a foot in the form of a small pump (in fact it is of a lment mcanique not pump air).

Site:
http://jacquesstompboxes.com
Then click on the Trinity

UTILIZATION

La. .. It takes a little time to find how best to use all this, but after ... That happiness.

One can, in bulk, used as traditional wah, wah as dynamic as blocks wah (wah stuck) as autowah filter, and mix all this, of course.

SOUND QUALITY

Uh ... Excellent. Simply excellent. It blows a little when the filter is high, but that's normal, since it lets all the treble. This is not a blast from the pedals, rather an amplification of the existing one before, I would say.

The dynamics are excellent, adjustable to almost any level of potential. The range of variation of the filter is very tense, I'm a bass player, and suddenly it made rglages that can go much more acute in that it ncessaire me.

OVERALL OPINION

Anyway ... It's a bomb. I not long ago, but dja, I love it. I'm in love, what I mean. I tested pasmal of something like, Qtron and more. Bah, its level is not fundamentally DIFFERENT, but level options, with the oscillator and the pump (notamment. ..), a great pedals.

And then all the little tricks and more ... Size, small. The look, excellent. Construction, super heals. Support, Jacques is still enjoyable and rpond to emails. The battery finally a real storage battery, not just a piece of wire and tape ... etc ...

In short, I have dja ca Tubeblower and Jacques, and I am considering the purchase of the chorus (Meistersinger), and Why not other stuff ... I love these pedals, period.