Overview

Manufactured in the '90s, the Boss PN-2 Tremolo/Pan lived a short life and was replaced by the TR-2 in '96. However, the TR-2 lacks the stereo outputs and panning effects the PN-2 has, making the PN-2 highly desirable for fans of this sound and circuitry. The PN-2 sports Rate and Depth controls and a 4-way Mode switch with Pan-sawtooth, Pan-square, Trem-sawtooth, and Trem-square wave options for super versatility.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • PN-2 Tremolo/Pan (Silver Label)
Finish
  • Green
Year
  • 1990 - 1995
Made In
  • Taiwan
Categories

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Reviews for the Boss PN-2 Tremolo/Pan
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  • Wicked Cool!!

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    This is a cool pedal!! I plugged it into two amps and it gives a wild stereo effect, that I really like, but only if I had a reason for it!! Maybe some day, but if you can find one, and have the need for the panning, get one!! If you don't need the panning, the regular, more easily and inexpensivel…

  • If you want panning tremolo & vibrato type tones, this is your pedal!

    The Boss PN-2 Tremolo/Pan pedal is unique in that while Boss has offered a Tremolo pedal for years with the TR-2, it only has the mono output. The PN-2 shines above a lot of pedals out there because it has the beautiful panning feature, which allows you to achieve some very interesting tones that b…

  • The Real Deal

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    This is the one you want, accept no substitute.

  • Boss PN-2 tremolo-Pan

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    Amazing pedal! I use it to pan between two amps. It works quietly and retains the tone of my guitars amazing well. I am usually quite picky with my musical equipment, but I am 100 percent satisfied with the performance of this pedal.

  • A great panning effect

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    I'm running my Boss pn-2 at the end of my effects chain, and panning between two amplifiers. When switched off, both amps run solid sound. Switched on, my signal pans between the two amps. Being able to pan a clean signal and add effects as desired has allowed me to use my bf-3 as a standard (but V…