DigiTech Snake Charmer Tremolo for iStomp
DigiTech introduces the new Snake Charmer Tremolo for iStomp users.
The DigiTech Snake Charmer Tremolo gives guitarists control over the tremolo effect. The Speed control regulates how slow or fast the tremolo pulsates, from a slow throb to a fast oscillation, according to the company. Depth controls the degree of the effect. Waveform changes the “shape” of the tremolo sound. It can even be turned into a panner using the Spread knob.
The DigiTech iStomp is a new concept in guitar stompboxes that allows musicians to turn the iStomp into any pedal in the Stomp Shop online pedal store. The iStomp connects to an Apple iOS device where musicians can use the Stomp Shop app to load it with the e-pedal of their choice. The Stomp Shop is a free app and comes with two pedals, the DigiTech Total Recall Delay and the DigiTech Redline Overdrive. It gives access to 30 additional pedals that musicians can browse, try out and purchase, with more pedals added every month.
Pricing & Availability:
The DigiTech Snake Charmer Tremolo e-pedal will be available in September 2012 at an introductory price of $0.99. This introductory price will run through September 31, 2012. After the introductory period the price will change to $7.99.
The DigiTech iStomp is currently available at $179.95 suggested retail.
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