tremolo recommendation

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by mangoman, Feb 5, 2017.

  1. mangoman

    mangoman Silver Supporting Member

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    hey all,

    on the hunt for a trem pedal. Looking for something that does the great fender trem, but also gets that great chop type trem like on the song by Green Day: Boulevard Of Broken Dreams, and The Smiths How Soon Is now (yes, I know about the phase issue....yadda yada.) just need a solid trem

    Thanks
     
  2. Dr.Lee

    Dr.Lee Member

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    I am partial to my Cusack Tap-a-whirl.
     
  3. jsboswell

    jsboswell Supporting Member

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    I like the Basic Audio Throbby
     
  4. Glitch Magnet

    Glitch Magnet Supporting Member

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    Voodoo Lab does all that!
     
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  5. Steve Hotra

    Steve Hotra Silver Supporting Member

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    Diamond Tremolo does a great chop sound, along with tap tempo.
     
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  6. CEFlint

    CEFlint Member

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    Suhr Jack Rabbit is often the only modulation pedal I use.
    Sounds great and lots of options.
     
  7. ubenjammin2

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    Spaceman Voyager I is beautiful and natural sounding and comes with some great dirt too
     
  8. jaymeister

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    The Fulltone trems do it for me right now, but I also like the Cusack and Diamond quite a lot...oh and the old semaphore
     
  9. BmoreTele

    BmoreTele Supporting Member

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    I do love my Frantone Vibutron ... it does exactly what you want, but it's out of production and therefore expensive and rare.

    I also think the EHX Stereo Pulsar is pretty damn good. and available. and cheap.
     

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