WHAT IS TREMOLO?
Tremolo is an effect that alters your guitar signal by decreasing and increasing the volume in a repetitive manner.
With a tremolo pedal, you are able to control the speed and depth of the effect. The speed determines how fast or slow the volume fluctuates, while the depth adjusts the intensity or strength of the effect. If set these knobs to a low setting, you'll get a slow pulse that adds a little bit of movement to your sound. If you set them high, you'll have a hard choppy sound that can be great with distorted chords.
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THE DIFFERENT WAVEFORMS WITH TREMOLO
When it comes to tremolo effects, there are a few different types of waveforms that can be used to shape the pulsating volume modulation.