A limited number of 5000 pieces were built and sold worldwide. This limited version reproduces the sound of an old ODR-1 from the 90s. This is an exact analogue reproduction of our best pedal from that time. In addition, an often requested adjustable bass cut has been added. All pedals has a, collectors pick, a certificate and an individual edition number.

The pointers work like in a clock – let some light (or UV) shine on them and they store that energy and glow.

There is a bass cut switch on the circuit board (bottom left in the battery compartment).

The “+” position is the normal frequency response of the ODR-1.

In the “-“ position, the lower, low frequencies are attenuated – with guitars that give out a high bass portion (humbucker) anyway, the bass cut is much more defined.

Yes – what often differs between pedals is the dispersion and component aging that changes the sound. Often there is also a bit of “voodoo”, that older devices are often supposed to sound better than newer productions. The fact is that the tolerances have become significantly better and tighter than in the 90s.

Very few items have serial numbers. Some older devices like the Sound Studios 1/1X and the last limited special edition of the ODR-1 Ltd. Most numbers, e.g. on base plates, indicate versions or are EAN numbers on the packaging.

Here we have set up a separate section under History. Here you will find a lot of interesting milestones.


We owe this largely to unique, if not THE, Nashville session player Tom Bukovac and his local dealer Mike E.

But click here to hear the story first hand…

How did the term Nashville's secret weapon come about with the ODR-1? 1

Yes, in the early days some models were offered in OEM and even developed together for Fender (MS8).

What means OEM? Original Equipment Manufacturer

An original equipment manufacturer (OEM) traditionally is defined as a company whose goods are used as components in the products of another company/distribution, which then sells the finished item to users under their own brand.

Here is a small overview of the companies:

Fender, Rhino, Series10, JHS, Phonic Rock Box, Hello Kitty, Shadow, Rok Axe, Impact, Kramer, Dean…

Has Nobels also developed for other companies or built in OEM? 2 Has Nobels also developed for other companies or built in OEM? 3Has Nobels also developed for other companies or built in OEM? 4Has Nobels also developed for other companies or built in OEM? 5

We give a 2-year warranty on our current products.
This is sometimes treated differently from country to country. The first point of contact in a warranty case is always the seller/official Nobels shop that sold you the device.
However, should the case arise that the seller does not recognize the guarantee, please contact us (support@nobels.com).
Customer satisfaction is our ultimate goal and there is usually a satisfactory solution.

There is a remote socket on the back of the pedal. Here you can remotely control the on/off function of the pedal using a simple jack cable in connection with a switch. It is important to use a button that does NOT have an automatic snap-in function, but only emits a short pulse.

You can also install the pedal in a rack and switch it with a looper/switcher system.