ALEXANDER EQUILIBRIUM TREMOLO
The word “tremolo” means different things to different people. If you ask an old chicken-picker, you might hear about tube bias tremolo, and if you ask a rockabilly cat, you might hear that harmonic tremolo is the bees’ knees.
Thankfully, Alexander Pedals has reached an equilibrium of styles with, fittingly, the Equilibrium tremolo.
Three modes are available on the Equilibrium: [tube bias] Tremolo, Harmonic tremolo and Buddy Holly-esque Vibrato.
The Tremolo mode is set to cop that tube bias trem sound. You’ve heard this sound, it’s the one you’ve heard in really early tube amplifiers. To many people, this IS trem.
Harmonic tremolo is the kind you’ve heard in old piggyback amps like the old Silvertone stuff. This one is a little more in-your-face than standard tube bias trem.
Vibrato mode is just what it sounds like: a wicked vibrato that will make you go out and buy a pair of hornrimmed glasses with the quickness.
Rate and Depth are tremolo mainstays, and the Mix knob is a new feature. For standard tremolo sounds, keep the Mix all the way up, but using the Mix, which controls the wet-dry ration of the effect, in conjunction with the Depth knob can take your tremolo sound to corners of sound not yet explored.
The Shape knob ranges from creamy sine wave trem to choppy square wave and everything in between.
Alexander Pedals Equilibrium Tremolo Features:
- Three distinct tremolo modes based on classic amp sounds
- Sine or square wave modulation
- Mix knob helps create all-new trem sounds
- Standard 9v center-negative operation
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