Quaverato tremolo marries versatility and DIY
Chicago-based Zeppelin Design Labs has released the Quaverato Harmonic Tremolo guitar pedal, combining many features to make a great sounding, versatile, and practical tremolo pedal at an attractive price. The new pedal is available ready-to-use or as a DIY kit. The digitally controlled, all-analog signal path, combines maximum flexibility with great tone. The pedal sports both harmonic or traditional tremolo modes. The Harmonic Mix function controls the amount of modulation applied to high and low frequencies independently.
Additional Quaverato features include an adjustable LFO wave shape, rate, depth, and spacing, tempo multiplier allows for easy access to half time, double time, or triplet tempos, as well as tap tempo footswitch for setting tempos quickly and easily. A MIDI control mod for the pedal is slated to be available in late 2018.
The Quaverato control software is easy to update as improvements and new features are published. Arduino fanatics can even hack the open-source code and customize their pedal.
The Quaverato is available direct from Zeppelin Design Labs here. The pedal runs $89 in DIY kit form and $189 ready-to-play. Check out the demo video below!