Fulltone have announced the release of the Supa-Trem Jr. tremolo pedal, which will replace the archetypal Supa-Trem 1. Sporting a swag of new features, it’s the smaller, smarter brother of the original.
Good things come in junior sized packages: the Supa-Trem Jr. tremolo pedal from Fulltone dishes up all the tone of its ancestor, while packing in a few new features.
The stompbox provides three different waveforms – square, sine and warble. And with its digital brain (though it possesses a completely analog signal path) it can make absurdly long cycles of up to ten seconds, all the way up to 220bpm and beyond. Alternatively, it can be synced to a song’s tempo via tap tempo.
Additionally, there is 15dB of boost available and when the mix knob is all the way down, it turns into a clean boost pedal. Welcome traits from the original include Opto-1 photocell and Analog Devices JFET preamp.
Check out the Fulltone website for more info.