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StewMac Fan Tremolo Pedal Kit

StewMac Fan Tremolo Pedal Kit

StewMac Fan Tremolo Pedal Kit With Bare Enclosure
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StewMac Fan Tremolo Pedal Kit

About This Item

One tremolo to rule them all!
Build the world's most versatile tremolo pedal kit. From vintage to modern to crazy space sounds, there's nothing this trem pedal can't do.

We love all kinds of tremolo! Considered the first electric guitar effect, players for generations have enjoyed adding the subtle undulations and helicopter chop-like sounds to their tone. The problem is that most trem pedals just can't keep up with our creativity. Some only have a vintage vibe, while others are too modern. We needed something that had it all!

It's like getting three pedals in one!
When we discovered this unique tremolo circuit, we knew any player would want to build this all-in-one trem. The pedal has three trem styles: vintage 60s, heavier 70s, and modern digital. Each is infinitely tweakable with a rate (speed) and depth knob. One cool feature is a level knob, allowing you to use it as a boost.

Don't buy your next pedal—build it!
If you think building such a unique and versatile pedal sounds hard, don't worry. Our pedal kits don't just sound amazing, they're a blast to build too!

It's more than just a schematic
We include everything you need to build your new pedal:

  • Top quality components from resistors to switch
  • Road-worthy rugged metal enclosure with all holes pre-drilled
  • Bare or powder coated white finish
  • 3PDT breakout board for low noise
  • Input, output, and power jacks rear mounted for easy cable routing
  • True bypass switch
  • Custom printed labels
  • Easy! Download your instructions
    We've made these instructions ready to download now. You can zoom in on every solder joint and resistor value to make sure your build is perfect from start to finish. With these step-by-step instructions, full color illustrations, and complete wiring guide you'll build a pedal you'll enjoy for a lifetime. Be proud every time you step on the custom pedal that you built.

    Start making and modding pedals
    It's never been easier to have a fantastic sounding and looking pedal. We include labels for all of the knobs for a professional look. Paint your own raw metal enclosure or choose a powder coated enclosure that is ready to put on your board now.

    Take the first step to customize your sound.



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    Took me about 4 or 5 hours over a Saturday to go start to finish. I did not decorate the enclosure as I have always wanted a pedal that was bare metal. Soldering was much easier with a helping hand device and much of the tips in the instructions on how to solder without that device were able to be ignored. I had never fully soldered a PCB before and my iron tip was a little large but surprisingly, everything went really well. I would consider myself a novice solderer, but I was up for a challenge. While this did advance my skill level, it was by no means beyond the reach of anyone who has never soldered and is willing to make mistakes and start over.

    One con on this kit. Wiring the LED was a pain in the rear end. The instructions were clear, but the LED wires did not do what they said they would do. The dern thing wouldn’t stay in place and even after I got the board mounted and fully seated, the little cover for the LED was no longer fully seated and doing its job. About 3 more mm on the leads would have been plenty to make this work easier. All this to say that the LED works and looks good from the outside, it is just not perfect on the inside. Could very well be my inexperience at play with that thing, but I think part of it was parts/design. Anyway, very much fun on a Saturday and it also sounds great!