The new Tremvelope combines studio quality stereo tremolo with envelope sensing to provide rotary effects that evolve and change, based on what you play.

Port Jefferson Station, NY (March 16, 2011) -- Pigtronix Tremvelope puts a futuristic spin on the classic tremolo effect. The new Tremvelope combines studio quality stereo tremolo with envelope sensing to provide rotary effects that evolve and change, based on what you play.


Covering every sound from asymmetrical vintage tube tremolo to throbbing DUB step wobbles, Tremvelope hits all the traditional bases and then goes one step further. In the envelope-enhanced mode, speed and depth independently increase or decrease in response to the dynamics in your playing. An intuitive control layout allows for independent adjustment of directionality and reaction time. Dial in all new modulation effects where the speed and depth simultaneously change in opposite directions. Studio quality optical design allows the Tremvelope to respond musically with any instrument or line level signal.

The Tremvelope achieves uniquely hypnotic sound effects by using your playing to organically change the nature of its modulation. Advanced features such as sawtooth modulation, multiple expression pedal options, a sidechain trigger input and stereo-panning outputs ensure that this tricked out modulator is capable of enthralling even the most jaded trem head.

Already in use by cutting edge guitarist “Captain” Kirk Douglas of The Roots, the Tremvelope can be heard nightly on NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon show.

“Pigtronix has taken tremolo way farther than I ever imagined possible.” – "Captain" Kirk Douglas of The Roots

Pigtronix Tremvelope carries a list price of $299 and is available now at Pigtronix dealers everywhere.

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