tremolo

Rig Rundown: Matt Sweeney & Emmett Kelly (Superwolves)

A pair of peculiar pickers show off slimmed-down setups that swirl, snarl, and speak!

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A smartly ergonomic and streamlined digital delay and modulation machine that walks the line between warm, familiar, and wild.

Smartly organized control set encourages intuitive, interactive performance. Nice build quality. Nice range of familiar-to-wild sounds.

Modulation depth control gets very deep, very fast.

$249

Red Witch Binary Star
redwitchpedals.com

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Delays with modulation are common, but delays that do deep, varied modulation colors often live on the more complex side of the user-friendliness spectrum. Red Witch's Binary Star digital delay occupies a practical middle ground between basic modulation-enabled delays and menu-stuffed beasts that can weigh you down when you're in a fast-moving, creative mindspace. The Binary Star's design is ideal for spontaneous artists and performance thanks to a sensitive control set that offers easy access to familiar and far-out textures.

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Harmonic tremolo that swims in traditional and trippy directions.

Fat, liquid harmonic tremolo tones that range from vintage to bizarre. Huge range in controls. Interactive controls mean lots of tone variation.

Frequency and resonance controls can feel elusive.

$229

Spaceman Delta II
spacemaneffects.com

4.5
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More than seven decades on, tremolo remains one of the most mesmerizingly delicious and mysterious textures in music. And while it's now a familiar part of the popular music lexicon, it has lost none of its power to evoke mystery, oceanic depths, faraway lands, and deep space.

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