Analog Tremolo, three settings: depth, shape and speed. The case is solid and is very vintage, and the LED that illuminates when the effect triggers is far from invisible.
Nothing complicated, the pedal does what is asked. The tremolo can be very slow as very fast and we ask no more.
I did not know of any brand Biyang and I was surprised by testing the effect in the store. The effect is of outstanding quality and can be adapted as we want to get the desired sound. Only drawback: the output level much lower when the effect is activated.
I bought this just last week but already I like it a lot. Before buying it, I tried the Electro Harmonix Pulsar for that I love but I wanted a less expensive, I wanted to try something else. The price / quality ratio is very good, even if it's still a bit expensive and I think I would do this election if necessary. Now we have to see if we can solve this problem because the volume is really the only real downside of this pedal.
Pure analog true bypass pedal, 3 settings ("depth" to the depth, intensity of effect, "wave" for the triangular waveform to square the "rate" for the speed of oscillation), food 9V battery or external not provided, input and output side.
Light, metal, solid-looking, slightly taller and wider than a Boss pedal. A white LED illuminates when the effect is activated.
In short, nothing very exciting, even sober look pretty dull despite the metal.
Pedal Analog is set at random. No manual: the better you save paper ...
Quality. First it is a true bypass, the sound is not altered when the effect is off. Then, once the footswitch depressed, the sound is nickel, the instrument and the amp are respected, it is a tremolo that does just what he asks, but does so wonderfully. Settings "spleen" and "depth" are perfect, it goes from barely perceptible to a tremolo very strong, and very slow to very fast. Only the setting of the waveform leaves me a bit perplexed, the gap between the two extremes is not really obvious. Nothing insurmountable though. The only
tremolo that I used to date was that of my Vox AC30. I needed another one to play on my Marshall and I'm thrilled. I would say that the Biyang is superior because it achieves higher speeds and seems more transparent.
I've never tried tremolo more expensive, but with this pedal I get everything I wanted. For 49 € I think it's unbeatable.