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Offline Sephiroth976

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Re: Looking for decent vintage-sounding tremolo pedal
« Reply #15 on: June 26, 2014, 03:53:21 pm »
Wow, I have some catching up to do on those links!

I think trying is the best option, but at least you can go in and say "I want to try X,Y, and Z"


ColourBox looks nice :)

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Re: Looking for decent vintage-sounding tremolo pedal
« Reply #16 on: June 27, 2014, 03:59:13 pm »
Than ks TB.. The Catalinbread Semiphore is nice. I don't really need the waveforms, but the ta-sync is nice and it sounds good. The Fultone and Supatrem are nice too. Can't use the Supatrem 2 cuz it's stereo.

Ah rats, I sold my Catalinbread Semaphore just about a few months ago and went for a Strymon Flint because of it's ease of use, quality and enough room to use it on a subtle setting (and built in reverb is a nice plus). The Semaphore was hard to find a good setting on subtle settings but it had more options though. I like a lot of options on my time based effects but a tremolo can be pretty basic for me :)

supa-trem looks nice too; I considered it.
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Re: Looking for decent vintage-sounding tremolo pedal
« Reply #17 on: June 27, 2014, 04:18:34 pm »
Than ks TB.. The Catalinbread Semiphore is nice. I don't really need the waveforms, but the ta-sync is nice and it sounds good. The Fultone and Supatrem are nice too. Can't use the Supatrem 2 cuz it's stereo.

Ah rats, I sold my Catalinbread Semaphore just about a few months ago and went for a Strymon Flint because of it's ease of use, quality and enough room to use it on a subtle setting (and built in reverb is a nice plus). The Semaphore was hard to find a good setting on subtle settings but it had more options though. I like a lot of options on my time based effects but a tremolo can be pretty basic for me :)

supa-trem looks nice too; I considered it.

Thanks Lieven.
Yeah, for the trem I'd prefer something simple. I'm thinking that for other modulation effects I'll either get a rack unit or something that I can recall parameter settings with.

I'm kinda leaning towards the Voodoo Lab Tremolo pedal at the moment:



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Re: Looking for decent vintage-sounding tremolo pedal
« Reply #18 on: June 27, 2014, 05:52:12 pm »
That actually sounds very Fendery... like an amp.
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Re: Looking for decent vintage-sounding tremolo pedal
« Reply #19 on: June 27, 2014, 09:43:22 pm »
That actually sounds very Fendery... like an amp.

Yeah, that's kinda what I'm lookin' for..
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Re: Looking for decent vintage-sounding tremolo pedal
« Reply #20 on: April 06, 2017, 04:25:00 pm »
Go for Fulltone Supa Trem2 without any hesitation, read a detail review guitar-heroes.com

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Re: Looking for decent vintage-sounding tremolo pedal
« Reply #21 on: April 07, 2017, 05:42:45 am »
Go for Fulltone Supa Trem2 without any hesitation, read a detail review guitar-heroes.com

Thanks.. I still haven't gotten a trem pedal.. I'll check it out.
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