Henretta Engineering Introduces the H-Bomb Trembrato

The Trembrato combines amp-like tremolo with analog pitch modulation.

St. Paul, MN (March 20, 2017) -- The Henretta Engineering H-Bomb Trembrato is the latest pedal in Henretta Engineering’s new line of H-Bomb branded effect pedals. The Trembrato combines amp-like tremolo with analog pitch modulation to give the user a wide range of modulation sounds. Unlike the similar effects found in some older amplifiers and other pedals, the H-Bomb Trembrato features independent speed and depth controls for both the volume and pitch modulation effects. You can sync them up for a warbly tremolo sounds or choose two different speeds to get more complex patterns.

Like all Henretta Engineering pedals, the H-Bomb Trembrato is hand-made in the USA and guaranteed by a lifetime warranty.

Sold through dealers and through the main online outlets – Amazon, Ebay, Reverb.

MSRP: $170

For more information:
Henretta Engineering

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