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Modtone MT-HT Harmonic Tremor
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Tremolo pedal from Modtone belonging to the Pro series.

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  • avaryanavaryan

    Super creative tool!

    Modtone MT-HT Harmonic TremorPublished on 01/12/11 at 09:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's a tremolo pedal 100% analogue
    -Jack input and output, simply
    -1 Knob Rate for the speed of the Tremolo
    -1 Knob depth to the level of the effect
    -1 Knob Wave waveform (with the ear of the squared sine wave through the triangular and sawtooth)
    -Standard 9v power supply (not supplied) or 9V battery

    No marks on the pots but they're easily passes
    The case is nice and dark purple to look very solid



    UTILIZATION

    No need manual, you branch you play and you rule the 3 buttons!



    SOUND QUALITY

    Is a simple tremolo so hyper, and more to do his job he creates no breath, no interference or unwanted distortion.
    The waveforms generated harmonics superb! with a good grai…
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    It's a tremolo pedal 100% analogue
    -Jack input and output, simply
    -1 Knob Rate for the speed of the Tremolo
    -1 Knob depth to the level of the effect
    -1 Knob Wave waveform (with the ear of the squared sine wave through the triangular and sawtooth)
    -Standard 9v power supply (not supplied) or 9V battery

    No marks on the pots but they're easily passes
    The case is nice and dark purple to look very solid



    UTILIZATION

    No need manual, you branch you play and you rule the 3 buttons!



    SOUND QUALITY

    Is a simple tremolo so hyper, and more to do his job he creates no breath, no interference or unwanted distortion.
    The waveforms generated harmonics superb! with a good grain analogue without "vintage-ized" a modern sound.

    I use it on bass and guitar, nickel on 2! It gives rhythm to music played with a bow electronic (Ebow homemade)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought it mainly for use with a kind Ebow I joined in my guitar and it is just perfect for that, and for the normal AC can range from full cut to the quick and RATM floydesques waves.

    € 54, I'm not disappointed. I tried to store as a behringer, 25 € I think ... but the ugly box in plastoc that will last 10 days, and without this small warming harmonic

    good I bought it 10 days ago

    That's good, no hesitation to have, I did not know the brand but everything I tested store modtone looked quality.
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