JAM PEDALS THE CHILL TREMOLO

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Warm and Vintage-sounding, sine-wave, analog tremolo pedal, made with carbon comp resistors for a true vintage sound !
It can also be used as a clean boost ! Just set the Depth control to zero, adjust the Level to your preference and enjoy a warm vintage and harmonically richer boost of your sound!

Chill users : Adrian Legg, Robert Randolph, Julien Kasper…

“the Chill is a neat little pedal, a clear, quiet, old-fashioned sound with control over the overall level. JAM pedals did a good job !” Adrian Legg

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

  • True-Bypass
  • Controls : Level, Depth, Speed
  • It works with a 9V battery or 9V boss-type DC adaptor (negative tip)
  • It uses only 5mA of power when ON
  • Dimensions : 111 x 60 x 32 mm
  • Limited Life-time warranty !

EXTRAS

  • The CHiLL can also be used with bass guitars.
  • All of our pedals are offered in custom artwork for an extra charge. If you are looking for a custom painted pedal visit our GALLERY
  • Also Point-to-point version available ! (+50€)

AUDIO SAMPLES

Sample 1 : Chill
1958 Reissue Les Paul

Sample 2 : “Trance Groove” excerpt
Chill+WaterFall running simultaneously
D’Pergo Strat Aged Vintage Classic LTD

Sample 3 : Chill
D’Pergo Strat Aged Vintage Classic LTD

Sample 4 : Chill used as a booster
1966 Fender Stratocaster

Sample 5 : Chill
Fender Rhodes Mark I (1976)

Sample 6 : Chill
1968 Fender Telecaster

Samples 1,2,3,4 by Julien Kasper(copyright 2010), recorded with:
amp : ’64 Fender Deluxe Reverb (1,3), ’62 Fender Princeton (2), Marshall 1974x 1×12 18W combo reissue into 70’s Marshall 4×12 with 25W greenback Celestion speakers (4)
mics :  close : Royer 121, Gefell VM 70 – 46cm back
Ambient: RCA 44BX 5m back

Sample 5 by Orestes Benekas,
amp : Fender Deluxe Reverb
mic : Shure SM57

Sample 6 by Elias Zaikos,
amp : Koch StudioTone,
mic : Shure SM57

 

 

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