What's the best Tremolo pedal ever?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by jeffhef, Aug 13, 2005.

  1. Killshakes

    Killshakes Member

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    I haven't had the chance to try it. The Chase Bliss pedals all seem like option-overkill to me, but many people love them.
     
  2. BRCustoms

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    I feel that. Personally i probably wouldn't mess with the dip switches at the top of any CBA pedals. But the tones from the pedal alone are pretty incredible. Plus midi capabilities in such a small footprint is pretty rad.
     
  3. Clean Channel

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    I'm still using the Dr. Scientist Tremolessence and it's still as awesome as ever.
     
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    I'm still using the Dr. Scientist Tremolessence and it's still as awesome as ever.

    ^ This. Simply the best.
     
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  5. tremolo3

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    Goatkeeper? lol.
    idk, like pretty much everything in life besides math and science, it's subjective.
     
  6. Killshakes

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    On the topic of tremolo:

    I love the Fulltone Supatrem, and so do MANY others, but a lot people (myself included) find the form factor impractical. I would love to find a compact tremolo using the same circuit (like the Demeter that the Fulltone is based on) that includes the option to choose between waveforms. Basically, a shrunken Supatrem. Just two knobs, a mini-toggle for the waveform, and an internal trimmer for the volume, all in a 1590-sized enclosure. THAT would be my perfect tremolo.

    Does this exist? If not, I sure wish someone would make one. I doubt I'm alone.
     
  7. sstweed

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    Suhr Jackrabbit fits this bill.
     
  8. Braunzo

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    I have a Red Mountain by Swindler on the way in about three or four weeks (my fault for getting on the preorder so late) and a Red Witch Medusa on the way (Trem and Chorus). So I will have more of an opinion soonish.
     
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