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Source Audio One Series Vertigo Tremolo Guitar Pedal
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The Vertigo offers three distinct tremolo effects. Normal tremolo delivers a divine renewal of the thumping “opto trem” amplitude modulation found in...Read More
Discover the spiraling and truly-hypnotic potential of this advanced stereo tremolo.
The Vertigo offers three distinct tremolo effects. Normal tremolo delivers a divine renewal of the thumping “opto trem” amplitude modulation found in vintage Blackface Fenders. Harmonic revives the haunting sway of the Fender Super’s “Vibrato” effect from the early '60s—this vintage tremolo ping-pongs between a low and high frequency boost, creating a swinging phaser-ish effect. Finally, the sweetly overdriven Bias tremolo creates the swampy “bias wiggle” of early tube bias modulation. The Vertigo takes the tonal possibilities a step further with its Shape knob, which allows users to morph the LFO wave shape from square, to sine or opto, to saw tooth.
Out of the box, the Vertigo Tremolo offers tremendous tonal range, but beneath the surface resides a treasure chest of swirling effect possibilities. Connect the Vertigo to the Neuro Mobile App (a free download for Android or iOS devices) and access Source Audio’s free library of progressive tremolo patterns and hybrid modulation effects - each can be uploaded directly to the pedal. The Neuro App also offers an additional set of adjustable parameters including parametric EQ, wet/dry mix, tap tempo, and stereo separation. Plus, every One Series pedal is fully MIDI compatible when coupled with the Neuro Hub (formerly Soundblox Hub), giving you the power to save up to 128 presets.
- 3 Flavors of Tremolo
- Stereo Input and Output Jacks
- Universal Bypass
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Comments about Source Audio One Series Vertigo Tremolo Guitar Pedal:
I've had the Vertigo for about a month and it is a fantastic pedal, very authentic, and lots of control. The Normal, Bias, and Harmonic settings allow for a huge number of variations. The Shape knob allows for subtle variations of all three, and the Level knob allows output matching. It does add a little bit of noise but nothing that bothers me. Without the Neuro app, it is a great sounding pedal, but when you dig into the Neuro app, it allows for so many different parameter adjustments, as well as lots of EQ tweeks. I'm using it with a Galaxy S4 and I have had no issues - just remember to set the volume to max as prompted. It is important to update the firmware before installing and using the Neuro app. I believe that with the firmware update, it will allow for more than the original one preset save. I've had a few questions and SA tech support was very prompt and very helpful. Great pedal, great company, very manageable price point.
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