GuitarFetish MODboards TR-1 Tremolo

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GuitarFetish MODboards

The TR-1 Puts lush, vintage TRUE OPTICAL tremolo right at your fingertips.

That's right- analog, optical tremolo. Fat and lush, from a syrupy pulse to a rotary-speaker like maelstrom. From a chorus-like flutter to a deep, rich tremolo. This is NOT a cheap digital effects board- it's custom designed by us, custom made for us, and sold exclusively by us.

You have onboard control of both tremolo duration and depth. J1 controls the rate, J2 the amount of the effect. If you would prefer to use only a single pot you may use VR2 to preset the depth of the effect.

You can use either the single MSW mini-switch to engage the effect, or simply turn your passive volume or tone control into a push-pull on/off switch by using either the PPOT250 or the PPOT500. (250 for single coils and 500 for humbuckers)

Choose which installation method to use. (Please read our "FAQS" on the MODboards main page) We supply a pair of SPOT custom made single potentiometers to control J1 and J2, And we ship the MSW stock to switch the unit on and off. If you would prefer to use a knob on the guitar to switch between settings just substitute a PPOT-500 or PPOT-250.

You can choose from a push/pull on/off knob below, for true stealth performance, or a surface mounted on/off switch. Find a jack that matches what's in your guitar now and that's all you need. The TB-1 comes with a battery clip and a pair of foam padding strips.

J3 and J4 are your switch locations- the push/pull pot plugs into both, the Mini Switch plugs into J3 for Buffered mode, J4 for true bypass mode.

The TR-1 comes with a fully illustrated step-by-step installation guide.

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