Modulation Effects - Tremolo

The tremolo effect causes your volume to rise and fall continuously, creating a swirling effect. If you turn it on fast enough, you'll sound like a machine gun. Here are some examples of how I like to use this effect:



I used the Opto Trem in my pod, with the speed set to a 16th note, wave = 33%, mix = 52%. The tabs for Emmanuel can be found here.

I sometimes use the effect for upbeat songs to create a feeling of suspension in the music, like in the example with Did You Feel the Mountains Tremble.

This effect comes in handy during the slow songs as well. I usually add some delay (digital delay, dotted 8th note, feedback = 39%, mix = 43%) in, and the result is a 'warbbly' tone with an airy feel about it, one that sound a little more like an organ. It's a little hard to catch with the music, so I've played it alone at the end. It works with a cleaner tone as well, as I've used some distortion in the recording.

2 comments:

LeoBrazil89 said...

Hey Kenny I really apreciate your videos!! It has just changed my way of playing guitar, I would like if possible you post some more videos about tremolo effects, i don't know how to use it very well. thanks again for all your videos!!

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