#1
Hi. I'm looking to buy a tremolo pedal, and I'm wanting some opinions. I dont want to spend much, probably no more than 80. Ive looked used and I've found a Boss tr2, and the Voodoo labs 2 knob tremolo. Which is better of these two? I know the boss is well reviewed, but there isn't much about the voodoo labs.

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#2
i haven't tried the voodoo labs but their pedals are normally pretty well-regarded.

the boss one is very good- but if you're going used, try to get one of the newer ones. the older ones had a volume drop (mine does ), but i think they fixed that recently-ish. Not sure exactly when, but I'm sure if you did some googling you could maybe find out exactly which serial number the fixed ones started with.
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#3
Okay, thanks. When you say it has a volume drop, how much is it? Is it significant, or just minor?
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#4
I have the Voodoo and it is fantastic. I think you might look at some of the other options out there, like combo pedals, I know I really liked the Line6 MM4 when I heard it and it covers a lot more ground.
Not that the Voodoolabs is bad, it is a fantastic piece of gear, simple, sounds good and is built like a tank.
#5
I like my voodoo labs proctavia and micro vibe. I would get the 4 knob tremolo though.
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#6
the older TR2 volume drop is noticable, pretty unpleasant. can be modified to have a volume knob on them. if it's a newer model then theyre solid.
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^ Yeah it's pretty noticeable. I toyed with the idea of getting it fixed, but I have a more or less clean boost on my board anyway so I just use that, since I don't use tremolo all that much.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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