Warwick Rockboard MOD 5 and TRES 3.1 Pedalboard review

Warwick’s new pedalboard gear is made for stompin', and that's just what we'll do...

Rockboard MOD5 and TRES 3.1 Pedalboard review
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Guitar World Verdict

The MOD5 is wery versatile, the possibilities are extensive, while the Tres 3.1 is a great starting place for a solid pedalboard.


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    The MOD5 has a great feature set, and it's nice to a have headphone output.

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    We loved the use of pedal-width apertures on the Tres 3.1.


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    Just the one bass amp sim.

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With increasing numbers of bassists turning their backs on traditional - and cumbersome - amp setups in favor of digital solutions, there is now a dizzying array of products available to facilitate every conceivable setup. 

The latest offerings from Rockboard, a Warwick product range, continue this trend, offering truly impressive levels of pedalboard construction geekery. We were sent the new MOD5 Cab SIM/Patchbay and theTres 3.1 pedalboard to mount it in.

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