Designed for electric guitar players, the F-Pedals Tremelon is a pedal packing two separate engines for tremolo effects into a relatively compact stompbox. Turbo and Slowmo engines are provided, with each sporting its own control section, complete with Speed, Depth, and Volume knobs.
Slowmo engages a slower tremolo effect, ranging between 56 and 180 BPM. Turbo, as the name would suggest, gives you faster values, extending from 108 to 180 BPM in the maximum position. You can use both tremolos together to create interesting effects, but to use one section alone, simply turn the other’s Volume knob to its minimum setting.
Though Speed controls are provided on the Tremelon, you can use a separately available FXP external control pedal to modulate the speed in a continuously variable manner. Two separate 1/4" FXP expression inputs are provided for this very task. True-bypass circuitry is employed to make sure that in its disengaged state, the pedal will not influence your tone. The Tremelon will run off your pedalboard's regulated 9 or 18 VDC power supply. Power adapters are available separately.
Controls & Expression Inputs at a Glance
Depth Knobs: These controls set the balance between the direct-input sound and the tremolo effect. You’ll find one knob per section.
Volume Knobs: These controls set the output level of each section. Set to 12 o’clock for unity gain. Values above noon will result in a level boost.
Bypass Switch: This engages/disengages the tremolo pedal.
FXP Slowmo Input: Here you can connect an F-Pedals FXP expression pedal to continuously control the speed of the Slowmo section. The FXP pedal is available separately.
FXP Turbo Input: Here you can connect an F-Pedals FXP expression pedal to continuously control the speed of the Turbo section. The FXP pedal is available separately.