From the sweet shimmering tremolo of yesteryear to helicopter choppiness of today, the tremolo has been a staple for guitar effects. With one foot in sweet vintage tremolo tones and one foot in more m... Click To Read More About This Product
From the sweet shimmering tremolo of yesteryear to helicopter choppiness of today, the tremolo has been a staple for guitar effects. With one foot in sweet vintage tremolo tones and one foot in more modern helicopter chops, the Wampler Latitude Tremolo Deluxe offers the best of both worlds.
Finally there is a Tremolo with all the bells and whistles. This tremolo pedal was designed for the player that wants a plethora of tremolo options underfoot. The Latitude utilizes digital technology to control a completely analog guitar signal path; bringing you the best of both worlds.
With its tap tempo controls and multiple time divisions-the Latitude is easy to sync with whatever song you are playing. Have a drummer that's time keeping is a little off? The tap tempo control will regulate your tremolo speed on the fly. The Latitude Deluxe offers players the choice of four divided sub-divisions: Quarter notes, eighth notes, dotted eighth notes, and triplets. With your choice of 3 waves forms (Peak, Sine, and Square) you can keep your tremolo classy or get it as nasty as you want.
Thanks to the volume control option, your tremolo effect won't get lost in the mix. The Latitude also features the Wampler standard true by-pass so your guitar's natural tone won't be affected when your pedal is not engaged.
From true vintage mojo to modern syncopated pulsating-the Latitude Deluxe was designed to cover all of your tremolo needs.
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Comments about Wampler Latitude Deluxe Tremolo Guitar Effects Pedal:
I used to have a Fulltone Supa-Trem which was awesome, and over time realized that I really love tremolo as an effect. So I thought I'd upgrade and try the Latitude out. First, I loved that it gave me a little more room on my board (I don't know why the ST is so long), but more importantly it gave me a number of different texture options. It seems like the "space" knob would only make subtle differences, but I think it might be one of the most important knobs on the pedal. It interacts really well with whatever wave form you select, and can function to smooth out the tremolo sounds, or make them really choppy and staccato. If I want a subtle effect for rhythm playing I like to turn the "space" knob completely counter clockwise, and then set the "depth" knob to an appropriate spot. The square wave is also very fun to play with, and with the depth and space all the way up you can get some extremely choppy sounds. The tap tempo does what you would expect, and it is very useful. If I have one complaint it would be that the subdivisions would go in order of speed (from quarter to eighth you get a double time, but then the dotted eighth makes it slower, and then the triplet is way faster). I also wish it had a 16th note option, but I just tap in eighth notes from the start and that takes care of it. The "attack" is not all that noticeable except at slower tempos, and with more extreme settings, but even this can give you some unique textures. Finally, with the depth knob all the way down, you can use the "level" knob as a clean boost that works really well. I love this thing, and if you are a tremolo addict it is worth the money!