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BOSS TR-2 Tremolo Pedal

BOSS TR-2 Tremolo Pedal

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AC Noises Respira Shimmer Reverb/Tremolo

AC Noises Respira Shimmer Reverb/Tremolo

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MXR M305 Tremolo

MXR M305 Tremolo

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EarthQuaker Devices Hummingbird V4 Repeat Percussions Tremolo

EarthQuaker Devices Hummingbird V4 Repeat Percussions Tremolo

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Fender Tre-Verb Digital Reverb/Tremolo

Fender Tre-Verb Digital Reverb/Tremolo

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Fulltone Supa-Trem Jr Tremolo

Fulltone Supa-Trem Jr Tremolo

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JHS Pedals Kodiak Tremolo

JHS Pedals Kodiak Tremolo

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Jam Pedals Harmonious Monk Tremolo

Jam Pedals Harmonious Monk Tremolo

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JHS Pedals Tidewater Tremolo

JHS Pedals Tidewater Tremolo

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Suhr Jack Rabbit Tremolo

Suhr Jack Rabbit Tremolo

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Jam Pedals The Chill Sine Wave Tremolo Pedal

Jam Pedals The Chill Sine Wave Tremolo Pedal

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Fulltone Custom Shop Supa Trem 2 Tremolo

Fulltone Custom Shop Supa Trem 2 Tremolo

£255.00
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Chase Bliss Audio Gravitas Analog Tremolo

Chase Bliss Audio Gravitas Analog Tremolo

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Ibanez TR Mini Tremolo

Ibanez TR Mini Tremolo

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J.Rockett Audio Mr.Moto Tremolo

J.Rockett Audio Mr.Moto Tremolo

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Supro Tremolo Pedal

Supro Tremolo Pedal

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ZVEX Super Seek Trem USA Hand Painted Graphics

ZVEX Super Seek Trem USA Hand Painted Graphics

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NUX Roctary Effects Rotary Speaker and Octave Pedal

NUX Roctary Effects Rotary Speaker and Octave Pedal

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Strymon Flint Tremolo and Reverb Black Knob Edition

Strymon Flint Tremolo and Reverb Black Knob Edition

£279.00 £299.95
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About Tremolo Pedals

From a subtle throb to a helicopter-style chop, tremolo pedals are an easy way to add an organic, natural texture to your guitar playing.

Tremolo is one of the earliest guitar effects. Found in amps as early as the 40s, it is particularly well-known for appearing in Fender Amps - albeit frustratingly misnamed as ‘Vibrato’.

Tremolo modulates the volume of your guitar signal to create a rhythmic pulsing effect. Some tremolos are sine waves, which means they smoothly fade in and out - think Buffalo Springfield's ‘For What It’s Worth’. Others are square waves, which means they have a more noticeable, ‘choppy’ effect like in ‘How Soon Is Now?’ by the Smiths. Modern tremolo pedals often give you control over the waveform. This makes them much more customizable than the old amp effect. Some even feature tap tempo functionality, allowing you to easily sync the throbbing effect to each song.

What Makes Tremolo Pedals Different?

  • Vintage effect
  • Organic, natural texture
  • Ranging from subtle to percussive
  • Frequently Asked Questions about Tremolo Pedals

    Question: What does a tremolo pedal sound like?
    Tremolo pedals modulate the volume of your guitar, leaving your core tone untouched.
    Question: What type of guitar player needs a tremolo pedal?
    Guitar players who want to add some movement and texture to their sound without dramatically changing their guitar tone love tremolo. Tremolo has been around since the 40s so it’s an effect with an authentically vintage feel without the modern polish of chorus or vibrato pedals.
    Question: Should tremolo go in an effects loop?
    Tremolo in your effects loop most closely resembles having a tremolo built into your amp. This will be a more pronounced pulsing effect as it is after reverbs and delays. If you’d prefer a more subtle tone, you should try putting a tremolo pedal after overdrives but before reverbs and delays