Visual Sound GarageTone Tremolo Pedal Reviews4.8/5.0 based on 6 customer reviews
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from North Carolina
April 16, 2013Music Background:
Excellent Pedal!!!This is one of the clearest, cleanest, authentic sounding tremelo pedals I have heard. I immediately took it to a recording session & the engineer & artist were blown away with the sound, especially after I told them the low cost of this pedal. Visual Sound has a winner.
October 24, 2012Music Background:
Great PedalThis is a Awesome trem pedal.. no change in volume when engaged.You can get a wide choice of settings. If you looking for a trem to do the job this is it and at a great price.
from Newport News, VA USA
June 5, 2012Music Background:
Excellent ProductIts got everything you need in a tremolo and then some. The Wave control adds an extra feature that you don't normally get from most tremolo pedals and the price is great! Sounds very natural.
from S.E. Pa
June 1, 2012Music Background:
Very nice for the price!Very rugged, heavy steel case. electrics inside look very heavy duty. works without a hitch. sounds better than expected.
from United States
May 7, 2013Music Background:
Been playing for 45 years so have a little experience
Compared with high priced pedalsI bought this pedal from Sweetwater thinking it would be a decent "get by" until I had a chance to go to one of the big box stores and get a really good tremolo. Well, Saturday I went to a local store about 2 hours away and took this pedal with me...not to trade but to compare. I took a Y power adapter so I could AB two pedals side by side. My first comparison was a Black Cat pedal which I quickly eliminated because it just did to much, had to many options that I did not need and didn't sound all that great to my ear. Next, I tried A Diamond ($249). Same thing here, sounded OK but did much more that I would ever need. Lastly, I tried a Fulltone Supa Trem. Great sounding pedal but did not sound any different that this Garage Tone pedal. Even the sales person in the store remarked that he did not hear any difference. The only thing the Fulltone had was the foot switch that doubled or halved the speed; a nice feature but not a game changer. The Fulltone was priced at $179. Guess what, I kept the Garage Tone and went home with my billfold still full. In order to change the speed by foot, I took the big knob off my MXR script phase 90 and it fits perfectly on the speed knob of the GT.
March 2, 2013
Funky pedalPretty cool tremolo for the bucks. When recording I use a tube bias trem in an old '60s amp but it does not leave the studio,this is a very good pedal for the infrequent pepperings I use tremolo for...it has found a permenant home in the pedal board...