The Farndurk TREMA is a analog model of the EA Tremolo circuit. This is a very toneful tremolo, it's roots going back to 1965 when the circuit was developed.
"V" = Volume, this is a VERY handy feature. Most tremolo pedals don't offer a make-up gain knob like this. When tremolo is used, there is a perceived volume loss, this knob makes up for that loss when you engage the pedal.
"S" = Tremolo speed.
"D" = Tremolo depth. It actually controls the amount of low frequency trem depth, rather than an overall depth control.
Trema won't go "squarewave" on you at all. It never gets "choppy" either.
The pictures show different options that may include things like: Master Bypass (3rd footswitch), FX loop, and Tone Plug ports. The price below reflects the basic pedal.
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FINISH OPTIONS and PRICING: Click here for info on finishes and knobs.