Tremolo is an indispensable effect for the electric guitar that has never lost popularity since its inception almost 70 years ago. The Palmer Pocket Tremolo produces a vibrant volume modulation of the classic vintage effect as well as modern helicopter sounds. Speed and Intensity of the tremolo effect can be widely adjusted with the provided controllers, the Shape controller selects the type of modulation ranging from the smooth ups and downs of the sine wave, to the sharp on and off of the square wave.
It is powered by an external 9 Volt power pack (hollow plug with a negative internal contact) such as the Palmer PW9V, or alternatively by a 9 Volt block battery.
- Product Type: effects pedal
- Type: guitar effects
- Number of Inputs: 1
- Input Connections: 6.3 mm jack
- Input Impedance: 1 M ohm
- Number of Outputs: 1
- Output Connections: 6.3 mm jack
- Output Impedance: 100 k ohms
- Intrinsic Noise: – 85 dB
- Controllers: Speed, Intensity, Shape
- Indicators: On/Off
- Power Supply: power supply 9 V DC, 9 V battery
- Power Consumption: 20 mA
- Housing Material: sheet steel
- Housing Surface: powder coated
- Dimensions (W x H x D): 60 mm x 55 mm x 100 mm
Music Tools For Pros and Amateurs AlikeThe Palmer's Musical Instruments range delivers outstanding sound, reliable performance and top-notch workmanship without busting your budget. Among the various product lines you'll find the guitar amp of your dreams and a wide selection of custom speaker cabinets. For purists we have developed the DREI, an amp design that is unique worldwide. The FAT Series models are available in combo amp and head versions. Our speaker cabinets come in all standard formats from 1 x 10" to 4 x 12", loaded with your choice of speakers such as Eminence or Celestion Vintage 30s. The Root Effects series includes all the classic guitar and bass effects such as overdrive, distortion, fuzz, chorus, phaser, flanger as well as new proprietary designs. Palmer's speaker simulators are at home in the studio and on stages all over the world, and our switchers, AB boxes, splitters and mergers are the "little helpers" that make a musician's life so much easier.