The Supa-Trem has been an extremely successful pedal for Fulltone over the last 15 years, partly due to the tone of the circuit, which has a very good sounding JFET amplifier at its heart.Another key ... Click To Read More About This Product
The Supa-Trem has been an extremely successful pedal for Fulltone over the last 15 years, partly due to the tone of the circuit, which has a very good sounding JFET amplifier at its heart.
Another key ingredient has been the Fulltone Opto-1 photocells. They have the optimal resistance range, as well as the correct rise and fall times for all speeds required for a great Tremolo design.
A while back Fulltone started wondering what would happen if they took two completely separate Supa-Trem circuits and joined them together! Not fake-stereo like other Tremolo, Chorus, Phase, Flanger, etc. pedals which simply invert the signal at the output and send it to another jack. Two identical circuits in TRUE-STEREO with two INs and two OUTs!
"Can you get True-Stereo from MONO in?"
Yes! And both amps are still live when the ST-2 is turned OFF with no tone loss due to its hi-quality JFET buffered outputs. The ST-2 is the ideal device to place at the end of your chain. Run cables as long as you want and use it as your amp splitter.
Each channel a N.O S. Fairchild 2N5484 JFET
Tap Tempo with range from 6+ seconds to pan between outputs or speeds beyond 200bpm
"Phase Correlation" knob throws the outputs any degree in or out of Phase with each other
External Volume control with 15db of available Boost
3-way Waveform switch
True Square wave
"Warble" waveform that's inspired by the Leslie and vintage Univibe rhythms