Electro-Harmonix Classics Wiggler Tube Vibrato / Tremolo Guitar Effects Pedal

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Get back to the '60s, Jo Jo.

The Wiggler re-creates those sought after modulation-effects that were only found in classic guitar amps. Using an all-tube audio path, The Wiggler generates 4 different types of note-bending vibrato and true amplitude-modulation tremolo with all the clarity and warmth that older generations once took for granted. Power supply included.

Features

  • All-tube audio path
  • 4 different types of note-bending vibrato and amplitude modulation tremolo
  • Clarity and warmth
  • 12AC-1000 power supply included

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4.0

Awesome product for the price

By CA_Dan

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Comments about Electro-Harmonix Classics Wiggler Tube Vibrato / Tremolo Guitar Effects Pedal:

I purchased this after watching Peter Stroud's demo of it on "the tube". It does everything it says and sounds great. I only have one complaint and that is you can't change any of the setting easily while playing without bending down to tweak a knob or two. So this is not a problem for anyone looking for one sound to switch in and out of. As far as the tube tone goes, I don't hear much of a difference between this an non-tube pedals. It does have great tone though. I like the flexibility of having three different types of vibrato/tremolo.

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