TC Electronic Nova System Limited Guitar Effects Processor

£449.00 RRP £538.00 (including VAT @ 20%)

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  • 30 factory and 60 user presets
  • Limited edition guitar effects processor in unique red aluminium cover
  • Offers world class reverbs, delays, modulation effects and much more

TC Electronic Nova System Limited Guitar Effects Processor


The original Nova System has proved its worth for years by now. Guitarists all over the world have played and enjoyed this compact multi effects board that offers loads of world-class reverbs, delays and modulation effects. On top of that, a purely analog drive block that is being digitally controlled is the icing on the ultimate guitar effects cake.

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Now, TC Electronic introduces a limited edition of this amazing pedal board that oozes exclusivity and star-quality with its appealing new colour and cool new sounds under the hood. In fact, TC Electronic had genuine rock stars program a bunch of presets for Nova System Limited. Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal and Peter Thorn are both long-time users of the original Nova System, so they created a set of presets each for the new limited edition that they use every day when touring the world with Guns N' Roses and Chris Cornell of Audioslave and Soundgarden.

Also, TC Electronic's guitar product specialist and demonstrator, Russell Gray, has created another 20 presets inspired by classic rock songs such as 'Another Brick In The Wall' by Pink Floyd and 'Where the Streets Have No Name' by U2.

Features / Specifications:

  • Limited run of 1000
  • One-of-a-kind red anodized aluminium cover
  • NDT™ - Nova Drive Technology: All-analog programmable overdrive and distortion circuit under preset and expression control.
  • 30 factory and 60 user presets
  • Two footswitch layouts: preset and pedal
  • Hi-Z and balanced input + balanced stereo outputs
  • Optional G-Switch for added control

6 effect blocks taken straight from G-System:

  • Compression
  • EQ + Noise Gate
  • Modulation
  • Pitch
  • Delay
  • Reverb

All-new presets by:

  • Bumblefoot - who created classic Guns N' Roses sounds as well as some far out tones only Bumble could come up with.
  • Peter Thorn whose Nova System video is still overall TC Electronic's most popular video. Peter has donated all the presets from the video as well as some Soundgarden tones - including "Black Hole Sun"
  • A set of presets made by TC Electronic demonstrator Russell Gray, recreating some the most classic guitar tones in rock history including songs by U2, Van Halen and Pink Floyd.