Guitar Pedals Effects,Molo-Trem

Molo-Trem pedal is a Tremolo that utilizes a photoelectric circuit, it sounds just like one of the tremolos you could find in vintage tube amps.

  • Input Impedance: 1M Ohm
  • Output Impedance: 100 Ohm
  • Running Current: 20 mA
  • Power: DC 9V adapter
  • Dimensions: 73(L)*43(W)*50(H) mm
  • Weight: 220 g
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    Description

    Molo-Trem flexible yet easy to use, works by using an LFO (low frequency oscillator), this is used to create a waveform that is used to turn the signal up and down, giving you full control over the tone.

    A simple three knob full control allows for adjustment of Rate (Speed), Depth (how much does the volume fluctuate) and Wave. The Wave knob is very cool because you can change it from a subtle triangle wave to a drastic square wave, achieve the classic tremolo sounds we all know and love as well as the more modern “stutter” sounds to create amazing rhythmic pads, especially if combined with a cool delay sound.

    The left adopt a subtle sign wave for creating smooth & mellow variations in the volume, or a full twist of the ‘Wave’ to the right where the molo trem touches on a squarewave. the square waveform is perhaps a little outside the norm for traditional use, but with the intensity up high this produces a stuttering effect to the guitar signal. with the depth set to maximum, squarewave LFOs will alternate the signal on and off, making for a dramatic stuttering effect.