Guyatone VT3 Vintage Tremolo Pedal
Now, classic tube-amp tremolo tone is available in a micro pedal. This is not just another tremolo pedal, the sound quality really takes you back to the original USA-built tremolo amp effects - and you don't have to invest in a pricey vintage amp to get it! The VT3 received an Editor's Pick award in November 2000 Guitar Player magazine.
Designed with the performing musician in mind, Guyatone Micro Effect pedals offer unparalleled sound quality in an incredibly compact (2.75 inches W x 3.875 inches L x 1.5 inches H, max weight 9 oz.) format, all at a very competitive price.
A favorite of professional touring musicians, Guyatone Micro Effects are built to stand the rigors of the road. Stamped steel chassis, glass-epoxy PC boards and high-quality components guarantee trouble-free performance. In addition, each Guyatone Micro Effect is quality-tested by an actual musician prior to shipment and comes with a three-year parts and labor warranty.
VINTAGE TONE IN A MODERN PACKAGE
Many of the classic tremolo tones of the 50's and 60's were produced using tube amps with built-in tremolos. Yet for some reason as time passed and technology advanced these incredibly simple, great-sounding circuits that provided such warm, choppy tremolo fell by the wayside and were forgotten.
Just what is tremolo? The term is often used incorrectly, such as when referring to a Guitar's whammy bar as a tremolo. By definition, tremolo is amplitude modulation at a variable frequency. In English this means that the volume of a signal is increased and decreased at a specific rate. Now you can see why a Guitar's whammy bar is more correctly referred to as a vibrato.
So why is it so hard to make a great-sounding tremolo? If we told you that, you wouldn't need us! However, if you absolutely must have a great-sounding trem, look no further than the Guyatone VT-3 Vintage Tremolo. The VT-3 lives up to its name, offering all the tight, pulsing tones that defined the classic tremolo sounds of years gone by. Developed after careful analysis of vintage amplifier tremolo circuits the VT-3 offers a sine-wave tremolo that absolutely nails the sound of a vintage amp. Speed and Intensity controls allow the user to alter the effect from a painfully slow, barely audible dip to light-speed, shimmering stabs. The VT3's slight level boost insures that your performance won't go unnoticed.
The VT-3 Vintage Tremolo - vintage tones without the vintage hassles!
Guyatone Artists Include...
- Lenny Kravitz – WR2
- David Torn – MD2, WR2, SV2, FB-X, MD-3
- Mike Tempesta (Powerman 5000) – WR2, VTX, FB-X
- Justin Meldal-Johnson (Beck) – MD2, BR2, PS-2
- Stevie Salas – WR2, HR2
- Bernie Worrell (Parliament/Funkadelic) – WR2, TZ2, MC3, FL3, and more!
- John Popper (Blues Traveler) – WR2, PS-3, OD-2, FL-3, VT-3
- Al Anderson (Wailers) – CR2
- John 5 (Marilyn Manson) – WR2, VTX
- Warren Haynes (Gov. Mule, Allman Bros., Phil Lesh) – WR2, FB-X, MD-2
- Joe Perry (Aerosmith) – FBX
- George Thorogood – VTX
- Bootsy Collins – WR2, ST2, TZ2, BR2, VTX, FBX, etc.
- TM Stevens – WR2, FBX
- George Pajon Jr. (Black Eyed Peas) – WR2, VTX, MD2
- Pat Lachman and Mike Chlaschiak (Halford) – MM-X, MD-3, MC-3