One Control Tiger Lily Tremolo
BJF Series FX | Tremolo Pedal
The Tiger Lily Tremolo allows for the mellowest of sounds which appear only at the tail of phrases to heavy on/off and everything in between!
- Newly-designed tremolo pedal by BJF
- Allows for very warm and subtle to very intense tremolo sounds, and everything in between
- Uses a sine wave oscillator (inspired by early Gibson and Premier amps)
- Utility switch sets phase of output
- High quality machined aluminum mini-housing
- True bypass
- Power or battery operated
To gain access to this wide range, the Tiger Lily Tremolo sports both an Amplitude control and a Depth control affecting different parts of the circuit. This combination allows for easy settings of even the most subtle of tremolo sounds as well as the most intense.
Tremolo was one of the first effects ever offered to guitarists and it was also the first pedal that Björn Juhl of BJF made (in 1985) for another guitarist who had grown tired of dragging his tremolo amplifier to gigs for just one song.
The Tiger Lily Tremolo as a tremolo is greatly inspired by the early tremolos of Gibson amplifiers and Premier tremolo amplifiers. Thus, the Tiger Lily Tremolo has a sine wave oscillator and the range of speed is about the same as on said amplifiers.
Hints on use
To set mild tremolo, use minimum Depth and open Amplitude so that tremolo appears at the end of phrases.
To set heavy tremolo, use maximum Depth and control with the Amplitude knob.
To set standard tremolo, set Depth at about halfway up and set intensity with the Amplitude control.
The Tiger Lily Tremolo has a utility switch on the side. This switch sets phase of output. The phase can be set for in phase or out of phase, and the latter can be used to correct phase when bridging inputs on some amplifiers.