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Mooer Tremolo

Mooer Trelicopter Tremolo

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The Trelicopter from Mooer is a Micro Series tremolo pedal designed for guitarists seeking classic optical tremolo effects, which produce cyclical changes in volume. Optical tremolo provides an asymmetrical tremolo wave shape, similar to the tremolo found in certain 1960s "Blackface" amplifiers. Controls are provided for tremolo volume (Depth), tremolo speed (Speed), and tremolo smoothness (Bias). Turned toward the left, the Depth control will yield subtle volume changes, while turning the knob to the right will result in more extreme volume changes. The Speed control sets how quickly the cyclical volume changes occur. The Bias control adjusts how smoothly the cyclical volume changes occur, from triangle wave shape to square wave shape. As with all Mooer Micro Series pedals, the Trelicopter is compact, features true bypass switching, and has an on/off LED indicator. It is powered by a 9 VDC power supply (available separately).

Pedal Type:

Tremolo

Controls:

3 x knobs: Depth, Bias, and Speed

1 x switch:

Bypass

I/O Input:

1/4" mono

Output:

1/4" mono

Impedance:

1 MOhm (input) 1 kOhm (output)

Construction:

Full metal shell

Power Requirements:

9 VDC power supply (Mooer Micro Power recommended)

Current Draw:

5 mA

Dimensions:

(W × H × D) 1.7 x 2.0 x 3.7" / 42.0 x 52.0 x 93.5 mm

Weight:

5.6 oz / 160.0 g

Box Dimensions (LxWxH):

4.2 x 2.3 x 1.8"

The Trelicopter from Mooer is a Micro Series tremolo pedal designed for guitarists seeking classic optical tremolo effects, which produce cyclical changes in volume. Optical tremolo provides an asymmetrical tremolo wave shape, similar to the tremolo found in certain 1960s "Blackface" amplifiers. Controls are provided for tremolo volume (Depth), tremolo speed (Speed), and tremolo smoothness (Bias). Turned toward the left, the Depth control will yield subtle volume changes, while turning the knob to the right will result in more extreme volume changes. The Speed control sets how quickly the cyclical volume changes occur. The Bias control adjusts how smoothly the cyclical volume changes occur, from triangle wave shape to square wave shape. As with all Mooer Micro Series pedals, the Trelicopter is compact, features true bypass switching, and has an on/off LED indicator. It is powered by a 9 VDC power supply (available separately).

Pedal Type:

Tremolo

Controls:

3 x knobs: Depth, Bias, and Speed

1 x switch:

Bypass

I/O Input:

1/4" mono

Output:

1/4" mono

Impedance:

1 MOhm (input) 1 kOhm (output)

Construction:

Full metal shell

Power Requirements:

9 VDC power supply (Mooer Micro Power recommended)

Current Draw:

5 mA

Dimensions:

(W × H × D) 1.7 x 2.0 x 3.7" / 42.0 x 52.0 x 93.5 mm

Weight:

5.6 oz / 160.0 g

Box Dimensions (LxWxH):

4.2 x 2.3 x 1.8"

The Trelicopter from Mooer is a Micro Series tremolo pedal designed for guitarists seeking classic optical tremolo effects, which produce cyclical changes in volume. Optical tremolo provides an asymmetrical tremolo wave shape, similar to the tremolo found in certain 1960s "Blackface" amplifiers. Controls are provided for tremolo volume (Depth), tremolo speed (Speed), and tremolo smoothness (Bias). Turned toward the left, the Depth control will yield subtle volume changes, while turning the knob to the right will result in more extreme volume changes. The Speed control sets how quickly the cyclical volume changes occur. The Bias control adjusts how smoothly the cyclical volume changes occur, from triangle wave shape to square wave shape. As with all Mooer Micro Series pedals, the Trelicopter is compact, features true bypass switching, and has an on/off LED indicator. It is powered by a 9 VDC power supply (available separately).

Pedal Type:

Tremolo

Controls:

3 x knobs: Depth, Bias, and Speed

1 x switch:

Bypass

I/O Input:

1/4" mono

Output:

1/4" mono

Impedance:

1 MOhm (input) 1 kOhm (output)

Construction:

Full metal shell

Power Requirements:

9 VDC power supply (Mooer Micro Power recommended)

Current Draw:

5 mA

Dimensions:

(W × H × D) 1.7 x 2.0 x 3.7" / 42.0 x 52.0 x 93.5 mm

Weight:

5.6 oz / 160.0 g

Box Dimensions (LxWxH):

4.2 x 2.3 x 1.8"

The Trelicopter from Mooer is a Micro Series tremolo pedal designed for guitarists seeking classic optical tremolo effects, which produce cyclical changes in volume. Optical tremolo provides an asymmetrical tremolo wave shape, similar to the tremolo found in certain 1960s "Blackface" amplifiers. Controls are provided for tremolo volume (Depth), tremolo speed (Speed), and tremolo smoothness (Bias). Turned toward the left, the Depth control will yield subtle volume changes, while turning the knob to the right will result in more extreme volume changes. The Speed control sets how quickly the cyclical volume changes occur. The Bias control adjusts how smoothly the cyclical volume changes occur, from triangle wave shape to square wave shape. As with all Mooer Micro Series pedals, the Trelicopter is compact, features true bypass switching, and has an on/off LED indicator. It is powered by a 9 VDC power supply (available separately).

Pedal Type:

Tremolo

Controls:

3 x knobs: Depth, Bias, and Speed

1 x switch:

Bypass

I/O Input:

1/4" mono

Output:

1/4" mono

Impedance:

1 MOhm (input) 1 kOhm (output)

Construction:

Full metal shell

Power Requirements:

9 VDC power supply (Mooer Micro Power recommended)

Current Draw:

5 mA

Dimensions:

(W × H × D) 1.7 x 2.0 x 3.7" / 42.0 x 52.0 x 93.5 mm

Weight:

5.6 oz / 160.0 g

Box Dimensions (LxWxH):

4.2 x 2.3 x 1.8"

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