Wampler releases the Latitude Deluxe Tremolo
Wampler announces the international release of its new Latitude Deluxe Tremolo stompbox.
Wampler explains that Latitude has one feet in the vintage era and the other in modernity, so it can be used by any guitar player searching for a flexible tremolo effect.
Under the hood, the Latitude features a fully analog signal path controlled by digital technology.
You’ll find on the bow a tap tempo footswitch, a true bypass, a 4-way switch for time divisions (quarter note, eighth note, doted eighth note and triplets) and another switch for the three Bell, Sinus and Square waveforms. You can also adjust the effect speed via a knob and control the level, attack, depth and space.
The Latitude is powered by a 9V battery or external Boss-type supply.
US price of the Latitude Deluxe Tremolo is $239.97. Demos are available at www.wamplerpedals.com.
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