The classic surf music of the ‘50s and ‘60s might not have even happened if tremolo hadn't come along. Vintage amps produced this intriguing effect by pulsing the volume of the instrument signal at a ... Read More
The classic surf music of the ‘50s and ‘60s might not have even happened if tremolo hadn't come along. Vintage amps produced this intriguing effect by pulsing the volume of the instrument signal at a user-adjustable rate. The UT300 pays homage to this legendary sound, bringing it up to date for modern surf freaks.
With its dedicated Rate, Wave and Depth dials, you can shape a pulsating tremolo that nails every sound from rowdy rockabilly and surging surf, to modern space-rock. A red LED tells you when the effect is activated, and you can power this groovy stomp box with either a PSU-SB DC power supply (not included) or a 9 V battery. A top-quality On/Off switch maintains excellent signal integrity in bypass mode.
Ride the wave of classic tremolo aboard the ULTRA TREMOLO UT300. And the best part-you'll still have money for board wax and gas to get you to the beach!
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I ordered this pedal with a gift card I received almost a month ago, received and email the next day that the pedal was on backorder but will be shipping in a few days,that was the last I heard from guitar center, now after I inquired I find it is still not in. Had problems in the past with guitar center and if I wasn't given the gift card would have never placed this order! Will tell all my friends and relatives not more gift cards from Guitar Center!
I'm not an exacting audiophile. I use trem on about 3 or 4 tunes per gig. I'm used to the built-in effects of Vox and Roland modeling amps, and this is right in there with them. A real classic Fender Tremolo is somewhat better, but audiences won't know the difference, so why spend the extra $75 or more unless the effect is central to your sound and you're recording? The plastic case seems sturdy enough, since we don't literally stomp on these things. My only complaint is that the power plug is right next to the line in, which is a nuisance when I plug both in.
I couldn't see spending 100 dollars on a tremolo... The behringer ut300 was a good deal... and sounds good... you can adjust the lfo shape from saw to square with sine falling some where in between... depth and speed etc... the only downfalls of this pedal are that is is made of plastic... but weighs enough due to a metal base... so you will not kick it around... also the battery compartment is hard to access... you push to pins in on a spring... THE sound however is stellar....
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