#1
Recommend me a tremolo pedal. I had a Behringer one in the past that crapped out on me, so I'm looking for a new one. I don't use the effect a whole lot, but I still like to have one. I need a pedal that sounds good with cleans for vintage sounds, but that will also sound good distorted (think Black by Sevendust). Like I said, I don't use it a ton, so I want to keep it cheap and just about everything is going to be a step up from the Behringer. Here are the ones I've looked at so far:

ARTEC SE-VTM Vintage Tremolo

Modtone Tremolo
#2
The Modtone is good, or if you can afford a bit more look at a Catalinbread Semaphore Tremolo.
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#4
I'm getting a BYOC Tremolo in about a week
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#5
Boss TR-2 is a solid on. <i have it and I like it.

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#6
Definitely the new Danelectro Cool Cat Tremolo. True Bypass, Metal Jacks, Metal Enclosure, it's pretty damn solid, and its like £40 brand new
#7
Has anybody actually tried the 2 pedals I listed? The modtone sounds like a good fit based on Youtube videos. Can't really go try one though because they're fairly new pedals and no one carries them...
#8
I've tried the Modtone, and it's a pretty good little tremolo.
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