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Digital flexibility. Analog tone. The Tremotron covers all the classic tremolo territory, but is just as comfortable branching out into weirder types of guitar effects, like dual-tremolo wizardry, ring modulation, and even synth-like sounds.
There’s a lot of noise out there about the differences between analog and digital pedals. But there’s no such thing as a ‘better’ type of pedal design. All that matters is the best design for the job.
That’s where the Tremotron comes in. You get two independent, full-analog tremolo effects, with digital control that gives you everything from assignable presets to MIDI functionality and assignable expression pedal control. There’s also a tap tempo footswitch, to help you tame even the craziest of settings.
That’s just the start though. The Tremotron also boasts variable wave shapes, and gives you the freedom to create your own. When you start combining two tremolo effects together, you can unlock all sorts of weird and wonderful combinations, blending waves, speeds, and depths to bring unique rhythms to life. Plus, there are level and tone controls, to make up for any lost volume and shape the perfect sound.
If it sounds daunting, don’t worry. We’ve packed a lot into the Tremotron, but we knew it still had to be simple enough to be fun to use. The controls are intuitive, and with bright, stage-ready multicoloured LEDs, it’s easy to see what your settings are at a glance. And after all, who doesn’t love multicoloured LEDs?
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