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Seek Trem


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The Seek-Trem is an eight-stage sequencer-controlled tremolo pedal. The controls are, from left to right, 4/8/6 step selector switch, speed (tempo), and 8 sequencer volume controls. All of the controls work in the opposite direction from conventional because the pots are smoother this way. This means you have to turn them to the left to make them louder, or in the case of the speed control, to make it faster. There is also a true-bypass stomp switch which causes the sequencer to モhaltヤ and wait at step number 1 until the pedal is turned back on.

Plug your guitar (or any effectメs output) into the right hand input jack. Plug the output into an amp or other effectメs input. If the leds are not blinking, the pedal is bypassed. When bypassed, it sits and waits at sequencer step number 1 until you turn it on... then it starts in time at the present tempo and steps through each volume setting in series. In this way you can set up a sequence of different guitar volumes that create a rhythmic pattern which matches your performance or a series of volumes that sound like a swell or even echos. For example, to create an echo-like setting, turn on the Seek-Trem and set the モspdヤ knob to a reasonable tempo and turn all of the sequencer knobs fully clockwise except for the first one. for hard tremolo, leave step 2 off, then set step 3 so itメs noticably quieter than step 1. Next, leave step 4 off, and turn step 5 until itメs noticably quieter than step 3. Step 6 stays off, step 7 is set to be quieter than step 5, and step 8 is also off. Now, when you turn it on, you get a series of tremolo pulses where each is quieter than the last and you hear a simulated モechoヤ as your guitar seems to get further away with each pulse.

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