The Fulltone Supa-Trem 2 tremolo pedal features a great-sounding, all-analog tone circuit (no digital DSP). It starts with a JFET amplifier and Fulltone-designed Opto-1 photocells made in-house for the optimal resistance range, and correct rise and fall times for all speeds.
Two completely separate Supa-Trem circuits create true stereo outs, and both amps are still live when the ST-2 is turned off, with no tone loss, thanks to its hi-quality JFET buffered outputs. The ST-2 is the ideal device to place at the end of your chain. Run cables as long as you want, use it as your amp splitter.
- N.O S. Fairchild 2N5484 JFET buffered outputs on both channels for great sound and no signal loss
- Tap Tempo – with speeds so slow that it takes 6+ seconds to pan between the outputs, or speeds in excess of 200bpm
- Phase Correlation knob – Throw the outputs ANY degree in or out of phase with each other.
- Full out-of-phase creates "naturally occurring" harmonic phase-shift
- Full in-phase creates massive throbbing tremolo
- The most tuneful, slowest Auto Panner ever made—the ideal foundation of a great stereo rig
- External Volume control with 15db of available boost
- 3-way Waveform switch
- Standard pure SINE wave
- True SQUARE wave – brutally abrupt and choppy at any speed
- Proprietary "Warble" waveform – inspired by Leslie and vintage Univibe rhythms
Why We Like Fulltone
Fulltone pedals probably show up on more studio players’ rigs than any other brand. They’re made by hand, using what Michael Fuller feels are the best-sounding components available. He’s a studio musician and tone junkie who won’t sell anything he won’t play. Consequently, his pro-level pedals are all first-rate.
NOTE: Because tone is so subjective, we limit our printed descriptions of pedals. Descriptions here are largely edited from manufacturers’ sites. Your ears and your budget are the best guide. We recommend everything we carry and encourage you to come take ‘em for a spin.