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Cheap and cheerful, but perfectly useable in a pro rig.
I bought this pedal because I'd seen it used by at least two of the three guitar playing members of the band Oceansize. That, and they were relatively cheap and easy to source on eBay despite being discontinued for a few years. Tremolo effects should be fairly simple in my opinion; so I didn't mind going the budget route on this occasion, and I wasn't disappointed. The controls are basic enough to understand with little effort; there's speed and depth control, and a switch for waveform ("hard" or "soft"). It's not really capable of dramatic "chopping" effects, but there are definitely an array of useable sounds in this pedal. My only criticisms would be in it's construction; the jacks are plastic and the switch feels quite flimsy. There's also a slight volume dip when you engage the pedal, but that's quite common of tremolo pedals even twice as expensive as these.
Add some trem variations to your sound!
Features controls for speed and depth. A Hard/Soft switch gives you the trems from different '50s amps.
- Hard/soft switch for '50s-style amp tremolo sounds