The Electrochop is a super choppy tremolo that features the classic, unique LFO section from the Vox Repeat Percussion.

United Kingdom (May 28, 2013) -- Magnetic Effects announces the release of the Electrochop tremolo. The Electrochop is a super choppy tremolo that features the classic, unique LFO section from the Vox Repeat Percussion. A new audio circuit has been designed around the LFO, resulting in a tremolo that sounds like the Repeat Percussion but with a fuller, louder sound and more controls. All the classic throb but with more user friendly features!

The controls are: Volume, Depth and Speed plus a toggle switch that alters the overall speed range. The speed range goes from very slow to crazy fast. At higher speeds the sound morphs into a ring modulator type effect.

Features:

  • High input impedance and low output impedance
  • True Bypass switching
  • 9V DC adapter or battery powered
  • Rate Toggle switch
  • Volume, Depth and Speed controls
  •  Street £85

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