Dreadbox Treminator Expressive Analogue Tremolo Pedal

Dreadbox Treminator Expressive Analogue Tremolo Pedal

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Dreadbox Treminator has its roots from a synthesizer last signal flow stage, called the VCA (voltage controlled amplifier). We took this simple circuit and adapted it into a really expressive guitar pedal combined with an LFO that is controlled by envelope generators. The result was Treminator. Forget everything you knew about tremolos. Prepare to be amazed.

Key Features

  • Expressive analogue tremolo
  • VCA circuit straight out of a synthesizer
  • Wide range LFO (20 sec - 220 hz)
  • Tap tempo with multiple division settings
  • 2 x envelope generators to control LFO behaviour
  • 3 patch points to interact with CV and modular gear

Common Uses

  • Standard/classic triangle tremolo pedal
  • Sound chopper
  • LFO accelerator/decelerator
  • Fade in/out LFO
  • Volume pedal (requires external CV)
  • LFO generator for other CV gear)


  • Circuit: Analogue signal, digital modulations
  • Bypass: Buffered OpAmp
  • Audio: Mono
  • In/Out: TS unbalanced 6.4mm jack
  • Power: 9VDC BOSS style centre pin negative 2.1mm (NOT INCLUDED)
  • Dimensions (cm): 14x10x5.6
  • Current Draw: 80mA