#1
What's the difference between Tremolo and Reverb?
I got a tremolo effect in my amp, is that the same thing as reverb?
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#2
It's not the same.
Reverb makes you sound like you're in a room or a hall.
Tremelo, I don't know how to discribe but it makes your sound trembles. It's not as much used as reverb. Allmost every guitarist uses reverb.
#3
tremolo decreases the volume of your amp and raises it and even intervals, reverb smears echoes together quickly to make notes ring out a little longer.

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#6
lol. they're different.
Reverb is like a series of echoes played in a very short period of time, like at a hall or something.
Tremolo is when the sound quietens and goes back to normal at a rate. Think Boulevard of Broken dreams for that tremolo sound.
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