Classic analog tremolo sounds with 30db of boost.

Atlanta, GA (March 11, 2016) -- The latest offering from CAST Engineering; the Pulse Drive brings you classic analog tremolo sounds and 30db of boost, making this pedal extremely versatile and truly inspiring to play.

This is our enhanced version of the classic Anthony Leo tremolo circuit from the 60s. You can get the slow subtle trem to choppy to classic swampy tones. With 30db of gain on tap, you can take it from crystal clear to gritty trem or turn the depth all the way down and have just a boost/drive to send your amp into sweet overdrive land. A simple pedal with a lot of sounds on board!


  • 3-knob layout – Level, Depth and Rate - all knobs light up and pulse to the rate of the tremolo
  • Classic tremolo sounds
  • 30db of boost on board to be used alone or mixed with tremolo
  • 9V battery or standard 9v neg tip power supply
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Truly designed and hand built in Atlanta, GA

$179 direct

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