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With its FET/LDR analog circuit which provides the most organic and warm tremolo, and its innovative ?-control technology, the Tres lets you create waveforms and sounds that had never been possible. From the classic "vibrato" of old amplifiers, to...
With its FET/LDR analog circuit which provides the most organic and warm tremolo, and its innovative ?-control technology, the Tres lets you create waveforms and sounds that had never been possible. From the classic "vibrato" of old amplifiers, to the rhythmic tremolo of the new mode Pulse. Anything is possible with the Tres.
This unit is great for its price, I think that it just beats every competitor on its range just for offering built in tap tempo on it, which by that only makes it already a more advanced tool than most traditional tremolo pedals with just a knob to set the speed or maybe one ore or to more to adjust the depth and shape. And speaking of "traditional", yes, the TRS-4 has a wide speed range but keeping itself into classic territories (lets say: no fast ring-like modulation a la EHX Pulsar, for instance) while it's supposed to achieve its sound through analog FET/LDR operation –with a very transparent response (no tone shift/coloration). Dedalo tends to offer even more and in this case we get both a symmetry knob to control the LFO's relation between crease/decrease length and a "pulse" mode which it's a very peculiar one but I would surely trade off for some other features that I miss: it would be nice to have a note division option for the tap tempo, and/or also the option to have an input for external tap tempo or expression pedal, but then I remind that this all are pluses that goes far beyond any other option on its range and just keep thinking about the great progress these dudes from Argentina made with its products which will surely keep on us wanting for even more when comparing to competitors on their range.