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Guyatone VT-3 Vintage Tremolo
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Winner of Guitar Player's Editor's Pick Award. It offers the tight, pulsing sine-wave tremolo that defined the classic tremolo sounds of years gone b...Click To Read More About This Product
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Winner of Guitar Player's Editor's Pick Award. It offers the tight, pulsing sine-wave tremolo that defined the classic tremolo sounds of years gone by. Absolutely nails the vintage amp tremolo sound. Speed and intensity controls allow the user to alter the effect from painfully slow to light-speed shimmers.
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This was the first tremelo pedal that I've ever played with, so I can't really recommend anything better. I like the pedal a lot and it has a pretty good sound to it, but I can't get it to synchronize with my other effects. It automatically doubles the volume as soon as I step on it. The intensity knob really doesn't do much of anything. I have it all the way down and it's still too loud.
I was looking for something to replace my Vibrothang. This was a bad choice...Bright and harsh, it plays nothing like a clasic tremelo. I hate it. I really wished I had been able to try it before I bought it.
Couldn't have asked for a better trem pedal. Does what it needs to do w/ no bells and whistles. I run it through my fx loop so no complaints on level jumps. It's cheap and it is so small that I actually keep it in my amp and use the amps loop switch to activate it . . . If you want options and TOTAL sound quality get the Fulltone. If you want a good cheap pedal get this - you won;t be disappointed!
For those amps that don't have a lead switch, this is a great, little peddle. It adds just a little gain and treble end-- enough to be a nice lead switch (even with the settings turned all the way down).