Pigtronix Tremvelope Envelope Modified Tremolo Pedal

Envelope Modulated Tremolo Pedal
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Not Your Typical Tremolo!

If you're into Pigtronix pedals, then you probably know by now that these guys don't do anything by halves. The Pigtronix Tremvelope is no exception. Unlike typical tremolo pedals, the Pigtronix Tremvelope locks onto the dynamics of your playing style, using a volume-triggered envelope to determine the speed and depth of its modulation. The result is a tremolo that sounds natural and that's super easy to play with. Once you dial in the Tremvelope's LFO depth, speed, and waveform, you don't have to touch a thing to get a smooth and organic effect that responds smoothly to your touch.

Acceleration and sensitivity controls let you further dial in the Tremvelope's behavior, allowing you to set how quickly the tremolo sets in and how much your playing dynamics affect the envelope speed. If you want to take even more control over the Tremvelope, you can add an expression pedal that adjusts its speed parameter, and another expression pedal that adjusts its volume and panning settings. On top of that, you can use an external trigger to fire off the envelope, opening up a huge range of modulation possibilities. From cool jazzy effects to synthy overtones to add color to your solos, the Pigtronix Tremvelope is an intensely fun pedal that lets you pull off amazing effects.

Pigtronix Tremvelope Envelope-modulated Tremolo Effect Pedal Features at a Glance:
  • Sine and sawtooth waveform options
  • Mono or stereo output with panning control
  • Switchable envelope control for LFO
  • Variable envelope sensitivity and acceleration
  • Speed and Depth parameters increase or decrease independently
  • Trigger input for clean signal direct to Envelope and Beat Sync
  • Expression pedal inputs for Speed and Vol/Pan functions
  • High-fidelity analog optical circuit
  • Circuit Design by Howard Davis
  • Sound Design by David Koltai
  • Pigtronix 18V DC power supply included
Discover a whole new take on tremolo, with the Pigtronix Tremvelope envelope-modulated tremolo effect pedal!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Tremolo
Inputs 1 x 1/4" (Instrument), 1 x 1/4" (Trigger), 2 x 1/4" (TRS)
Outputs 1 x 1/4" (Instrument), 1 x 1/4" (TRS)
Height 1.5"
Width 5.7"
Depth 4.7"
Power Supply Included Yes (18V DC)
Manufacturer Part Number EMT

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Tremvelope makes me happy!

I'm not intelligent enough to understand what this beautiful pedal is capable of. I just trust my ears when tweaking, and go for it. Try not to overuse it, but it sounds so glorious. Demo is just like brand new. I can always trust Jeff, and Sweetwater for my needs. Thanks

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Mitch Gallagher

There's a familiar slogan that was used by Apple in the late '90s: "Think Different." Pigtronix is another company that could just as easily use that slogan. Founded by guitar players who wanted to create unique analog effects pedals, Pigtronix makes a line of pedals that at first seem familiar, but the more you dig into them, the more you find those twists and quirks that set them apart as truly unique tone tools for creative musicians. (Note: I said musicians, not just guitar players -- these pedals are useful in all sorts of studio and live applications.) I received a large box containing all 11 of Pigtronix's pedal offerings. I've checked out demos of the pedals before and have been very impressed, but I have to admit that I wasn't prepared for just how much fun these pedals can be. The company's products break down into a few broad categories: Gain/Distortion -- These pedals include the brand-new Class A Boost, a clean boost/preamp pedal; the Aria, a diode-based overdrive with a 3-band EQ; the PolySaturator, a multi-stage distortion with a 3-band EQ; and the Disnortion, which provides fuzz and overdrive wired in parallel, along with an octave-up effect. Each of the pedals provides a different take on overdrive or distortion. Both the Aria and the PolySaturator cover the more "conventional" sounds, with the added EQ capability. The Disnortion can take you in entirely new directions. Compressor/Sustainer -- Both the Philosopher's Tone, a compressor/sustainer with built-in distortion, and the Philosopher King, which combines a sustainer effect with an envelope generator, can give you tons of sustain and dynamics control, while also allowing those little "extras" that can give you a signature sound. Modulation -- The EP2 Envelope Phaser and the Tremvelope provide a new take on their respective effects, with much more dynamic control over the sounds produced. If you really want to "play" your mod effects, you can do it with these boxes. Delay -- The Echolution is an incredibly advanced multi-tap delay that gives you tons of control. If you can't get the delay effects you want with this pedal -- from a single repeat to a wash of stereo rhythmic taps -- the problem isn't with the pedal! Synth -- The Mothership is a crazy pedal. It can create synthesizer-type sounds without requiring a special pickup or a modification to your guitar. It can also reach into the extremely wacky world of ring modulation for totally off-the-wall sounds. If you're looking to push the boundaries of what guitar can do, the Mothership is the one for you. Studio -- Why relegate your pedals solely to guitar? With the Keymaster, you can easily interface your pedals with your studio gear for a wide range of processing possibilities on your recorded tracks. But you can do even more than that. The Keymaster has series and parallel loops as well as a crossfade control for blending effects. It's a super-versatile routing solution for your pedalboard too. To sum up, I love these effects. They all sound great in the conventional sense, but then there's always that unique Pigtronix twist that opens up new tonal vistas. These are awesome creative tools.
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Pigtronix Tremvelope

The Pigtronix Tremvelope is exceptionally well built. It's also supremely dynamic and highly interactive, and if you're open to what more radical applications of tremolo can do for your songs and playing, the Tremvelope can return your curiosity in spades. ...
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See also: Pigtronix, Pigtronix Tremolo Pedals