#1
Hey guys, looking to add a pedal to my gas list.
Next up is temolo, I have NO experience with these.
I've heard great things about the Pulsar...
Also, whats the difference between a Rotary and a Tremolo?
Like the BOSS RT-20 looks pretty solid, ive seen alot of people
use it.

Thanks,
Bryan
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Epiphone SG w/seymour duncan JB's

Hagstrom Super Swede

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Traynor YCV50 BLUE

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Line 6 DL-4

Boss TU-2
#2
i beleive a rotary gives the effect that it sounds like your guitar is coming from the left speaker one second and then the right speaker the next second

its pretty neat

then, a trem effect will give you a cut out and in sound
check out tom morello stuff to hear what that sounds like
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#3
Interesting, verbzilla anygood?
Guitars
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Epiphone SG w/seymour duncan JB's

Hagstrom Super Swede

Amp
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Traynor YCV50 BLUE

Pedals
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Line 6 DL-4

Boss TU-2
#4
Quote by BryanChampine
Hey guys, looking to add a pedal to my gas list.
Next up is temolo, I have NO experience with these.
I've heard great things about the Pulsar...
Also, whats the difference between a Rotary and a Tremolo?
Like the BOSS RT-20 looks pretty solid, ive seen alot of people
use it.

Thanks,
Bryan

you seem a little confused about the difference between rotating speaker and tremolo so here it goes:

a rotary speaker emulator, like the hughes an kettner rotoshpere or the Boss RT-20, are simulators of the Rotationg speaker effect. if you are unfamilliar with this effect, listen to the first break in "Bridge" by Cream or the guitar solo in "let it be".

a tremolo was an old effect where the voltage was reduced to slowly swell the volume up and down. sometimes it is mislabled as "vibrato" (like on all fender amps).

the effect where you send your signals to two different amps, that makes it sound like your signal is travelling between them, is called "panning".

if you want a tremolo that can do some panning, check out MXRs new tremolo.
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#5
you mean "Badge" by Cream
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#7
Thanks, I'm looking for tremolo then.
Guitars
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Epiphone SG w/seymour duncan JB's

Hagstrom Super Swede

Amp
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Traynor YCV50 BLUE

Pedals
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Line 6 DL-4

Boss TU-2
#8
A boss TR-2 is pretty good, or a Line 6 Tremolo.
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#9
Quote by Otsugua713
you mean "Badge" by Cream

whoops!! thanks for that. i was reading something about the recording when i was writing it, and there was something about "bridge" in it.
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#10
no pulsar fans?
Guitars
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Epiphone SG w/seymour duncan JB's

Hagstrom Super Swede

Amp
-----------------

Traynor YCV50 BLUE

Pedals
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Line 6 DL-4

Boss TU-2
#12
didnt know SD made effect pedals looks good though
Guitars
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Epiphone SG w/seymour duncan JB's

Hagstrom Super Swede

Amp
-----------------

Traynor YCV50 BLUE

Pedals
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Line 6 DL-4

Boss TU-2
#13
You could save a bit of money and get a Danelectro Tuna Melt Tremolo, which are both brilliant and cheap.
However, like some other tremolo pedals, there is a slight volume drop, not too bad though