Moog Minifooger Analog Tremolo Pedal

Analog Tremolo Effects Pedal with VCO-controlled Modulation and Shape Control
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Old-school Analog Trem Mojo!

Get real VCO-controlled tremolo from Moog's MF Trem Minifooger series tremolo pedal. Perfect for guitar, bass, keyboards, and more, the MF Trem adds a vintage vibe to any tone. Thanks to its incredibly flexible controls and robust 100% analog circuitry, you can use the MF Trem to dial in anything from smooth classic trem effects to hard tremolo that's loaded with harmonics. Crank it up, and you can even create glassy near-chorus/phaser effects. There's also a variable Shape control, which you can use to create swells and rhythmical effects, and when you add an expression pedal, the Moog MF Trem even provides hands-free speed control!

Minifooger: real Moog effects packed into compact pedals

With their compact, pedalboard-friendly designs, Moog's Minifooger pedals are a perfect fit for your pedalboard. Their extended frequency ranges make these effects sound great on more than just guitar too - they're excellent for bass, keyboards, and more. True analog signal paths give you the superior sound quality and the unique idiosyncrasies that make vintage pedals so cool. What's more, each of these pedals features a CV input that lets you hook up a Moog expression pedal or synth to take over various parameters.

Moog MF Trem Minifooger Series Analog Tremolo Effects Pedal Features:
  • A broad range of vintage analog tremolo effects in a single pedal
  • Shape control creates smooth, reversed, rotary, and percussive effects
  • Tone control harmonically interacts the effected signal to create wide ranges of movement
  • Reacts musically to your playing dynamics, chord positioning, and harmonic content
  • Control your speed setting in real time with an expression pedal for rotary swell effects
  • Compact design comfortably fits any pedalboard
  • Great for guitar, bass, keyboards, and more
  • True-bypass switching preserves your tone
  • Runs on standard 9-volt batteries or optional power supply
Dial in vintage tremolo effects with a Moog MF Trem Minifooger pedal!

Additional Media

MF Trem Minifooger Analog Tremolo Pedal User Manual
Hands On: Moog Minifoogers
Minifooger Expression Pedal Input and CV

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Tremolo
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 2.25"
Width 3.25"
Depth 5.75"
Weight 1.125 lbs.
Power Supply Included Optional 9V DC power supply
Manufacturer Part Number MFS-Trem-02

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outstanding sonic versatility.

this tremolo is fantastic sounding, simple and noise free. super versatile and easy to use. i didnt need a tremolo with a thousand different types and settings just one that could cover alot of tones, sound great and wasnt massive. this fits the bill and than some! im convinced analog signal is the way to go, this pedal is just clean sounding, but thick in just the right spots, hard to explain but its just great pure sound. and the expression pedal out to control the speed is super useful. ill buy more Moog products without a doubt, they really seem to care about purity of tone.


It is a very versatile pedal, and it adds no unwanted noise to my sound. The shape knob allows for a wide variety of wave shapes for any situation. You can have anything from a hard rise and soft fall, a soft rise and hard fall, a smooth rise and fall if the knob is in the middle, and anything in between. The depth knob affects how deep the scoop is and the tone knob affects how much much dry vs. wet signal is output. When combined you can go from a very subtle sound to very aggressive one. The speed knob is self explanatory, but it does need be adjusted every time you adjust the shape knob, as the speed is not uniform across all wave shapes. Additionally, the speed can be controlled via an expression pedal, which is good for dynamic swells and drops in speed. I have not had the opportunity to try this yet, but I already love this pedal and can only assume this will make it even better. I can't really think of anything wrong with this pedal. It has a wide range of usable sounds and is very simple to understand. I give it a 4.5/5 because nothing is perfect.

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Mitch Gallagher

Few companies have the legacy that Moog Music has - after all, the company was founded by the father of modern synthesis himself, Dr. Robert Moog. A few years back, Moog took their creative signal processing ideas and applied them to pedal-based effects, and the Moogerfoogers were born. Offering tons of control capability, true analog circuitry, and broad connectivity, Moogerfoogers have been adopted by keyboard players, synthesists, engineers, and, of course, guitar players. However, Moog realizes that not everyone needs all of the options that the Moogerfoogers provide, nor is there space on many pedalboards for those larger than normal pedals. Bring on the Minifoogers! Designed to streamline the Moog pedal experience at a size that's completely pedalboard friendly, the Minifoogers also come in at wallet-friendly prices. There are five pedals in the Minifooger family: an MF Delay, an MF Drive, an MF Boost, an MF Trem, and an MF Ring (ring modulator). The pedals look great in their black enclosures with silver appointments. In addition to guitar inputs and outputs, the pedals include expression pedals inputs for real-time control (including Control Voltage sources). As you'd expect from Moog, there's something a little extra in each of these pedals. For example, the overdrive features both a tone control and a filter for tweezing the tone into exactly what you want. The boost offers multiple tone shapes for the boost effect, so you can tailor it to what you want - a clean boost for a simple volume or gain increase, or a colored boost for a particular effect. Also as you'd expect, these pedals sound great. The delay is all Moog, with a rich analog sound that sits perfectly behind your dry signal. The versatile tremolo goes from swampy to jittery and adds a nice thickness to the sound. The ring modulator can go from chorusy to outer space. The overdrive sounds tube amp-like and can be used to add everything from a light grit to a boost to a crunchy tone that drives an amp on the verge of breakup into sweet sustain. The Minifoogers are exactly the pedals I've been waiting for from Moog. They offer the essential control necessary to get great tones. They're compact for pedalboard use, and they come in at great prices. Moog's legacy lives on!
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