VFE Pedals Old School Junior

Controls

  • Speed
  • Depth
  • Level
  • (toggle)

Various

VFE Pedals

The Old School Junior takes the original and permanently fixes it in the high power setting & then reduces the overall speed range available. Other than that, the circuit inside is nearly identical, with the same great tremolo of the original.

Below is a breakdown of each control:

  • SPEED: Controls the speed of the tremolo.
  • DEPTH: Controls the depth of the tremolo.
  • LEVEL: Controls the volume of the pedal.
  • INTERNAL CONTROL: An internal WAVE trimpot controls the character of the waveform as well as the amount of headroom.

All VFE Pedals are made by hand 30 miles south of Seattle, WA with top quality components, including:

  • True bypass relay switching
  • Industrial-grade Carling switches
  • Alpha Potentiometers
  • 5% WIMA film capacitors
  • 1% metal film resistors
  • Neutrik audio jacks

All VFE Pedals coming out of our shop now have a beta version of our new Dual-Mode switching. I am calling it a beta version during the first 750 units while we get customer feedback. What is Dual-Mode switching? Dual-Mode switching allows you to use the pedal in Standard mode & Momentary mode. Standard mode is what the pedal defaults to - press the footswitch, and the effects changes states (off to on, or on to off). In Momentary mode, you must press & hold the footswitch to turn it on, and the effect turns off as soon as you release the footswitch. This allows for stutter/pulse effects or other creative uses. To switch between modes, you simply tap + tap + hold for >3 seconds the footswitch (there must be a "rest" of 3 seconds from the last press of the footswitch to work properly).

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