Exactly the same pedal as Mooer, just a hell of a lot cheaper. Gives you a classic optical tremolo with huge range of speeds and depths. Very clean Tremolo sound, from a slight Trembling round wave to a violent shaking of the square ware has performed for good job.
The pedal does a mild (1db or so) boost if you turn the depth knob down all the way but it also has the infamous volume drop as you crank up the depth. That's a common quirk of the Tremulator circuit design. If you like an intense choppy tremolo sound you may want to consider a different pedal, this pedal does a very good smooth tremolo sound. On milder settings, the Trelicopter recreates the classic Fender tremolo sound.
- Analog circuitry with true bypass
The vital difference between analog and digital circuitry is comparable to pixels in digital images. Viewed from afar, the digital recreation of an analog wave signal may seem smooth, but when you look closely there are tiny discrete steps as the signal tries to approximate values. Analog waves are smooth and continuous, digital waves are stepping, square, and discrete.
- Zinc alloy shell
- True bypass 3DPT switches
- Power supply: centre - 9V DC, not included
- Current draw: 26mA
- Input impedance: 10k Ohms
- Output impedance: 1k Ohms
- Dimensions: L92mm x W40mm x H32mm (H50mm including switch)
- Weight: 210g