DlS Effects TR1
DLS Effects has announced the release of the new TR1 Tremolo pedal.
This pure Analog, Stereo Tap Tremolo offers tons of tremolo styles and functionality.
Some of the features include:
• Two different sounding analog optical devices utilize a Warmth pot.
• A Shape pot transforms the tremolo wave shape and duty cycle for flavors like vintage rhythmic tremolo, slicing tremolo, playing backwards sound...
• The speed of the Tremolo can be controlled using the Rate Pot, or Tap Tempo, or by using an external Expression Pedal.
• Tap Tempo can be multiplied by 1, 2, 3 or 4 beats per tap, plus is stored in non volatile memory.
• Two independent in/out channels can be used in Mono or Stereo, including a Ping Pong mode that pans from amp to amp. Channel-A in/out utilizes True Bypass switching, while Channel-B in/out has a buffered output.
• 4.3” wide by 4.7” deep.
• The unit runs from 9vdc (any polarity) and is charged near 15vdc.
MRP: $299, Street price $249
For more information: www.dlseffects.com
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