RATE: Controls the speed of the trem. There are exceptions based on your program, take a look at the matrix below to see them.
MIX: Controls the wet/dry mix. Turn knob clockwise to hear more effect and counter-clockwise to hear less.
SPACE: Controls parallel reverb mix except for Program 6, where it controls chorus depth.
TONE: In most programs, this is a high-pass filter that occurs between the trem and reverb sections, helping tighten up your sound before it hits deep space. Certain programs use this knob to perform program-specific functions.
PROGRAM: This is your program selector. Refer to program matrix to see what each program does.
If you unscrew the four screws on the back of the Tremolo8 and remove the backplate, you will find an adjustable gain trimmer and a buffer switch.
ADJUSTABLE GAIN TRIMMER: Adds more overall gain to your signal. Turning up too far introduces distortion.
BUFFER SWITCH: We ship the Tremolo8 in Buffered/Trails mode, so long reverb trails don't cut off when you switch the pedal off. If you'd like to change this, remove the backplate and switch it to True Bypass.
The Tremolo8 runs from 9 to 18 volts using a standard DC center- negative power supply for pedals. Make sure you’re using a supply that provides at least 60mA. Running the Tremolo8 at 9V will sound great, but if you want a bit more output, a dry signal boost and increased headroom, try any voltage you like up to 18V! The Tremolo8 does not run on batteries.