Brand: Ernie Ball
- 5 different tremolo waveforms: slow rise, slow fall, sine, square, harmonic
- Control depth, rate, or both simultaneously with treadle
- Spring reverb level adjustment (Foot gesture controlled)
- Mono input/mono output
- 9V input
Publisher: Ernie Ball Music Man
Details: The Ernie Ball Expression Tremolo delivers foot-sweepable tremolo control, all without taking your hands off the guitar. Choose from 5 distinct waveforms (slow rise, slow fall, sine, square, and harmonic) plus onboard vintage inspired spring reverb to create subtle or dramatic pulsating soundscapes. Control depth, rate, or both parameters simultaneously with the foot treadle. The Expression Tremolo’s sleek, compact design maximizes playability, while minimizing the footprint on your pedal board. Unlock a virtually limitless tonal palette that simply can’t be matched by traditional “on/off” stompboxes. Available now in the U.S., and available internationally in September 2018.
Sounds really good, and the build quality seems pretty much bulletproof. It’s a bit tricky to use at first but easy to adjust while playing. I also liked the purple enclosure. The only con is that it doesn’t ship with a power cord.
You’ll get tons of sounds out of this ultra-versatile trem. All five modes are valuable and beautiful-sounding. I also love the ability to slow down and speed up the rate.