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Liquid Tremolo [Project]
posted January 15 2014 10:16.50 by spic0m




Dean Segovis, inspired by a DeArmond tremolo of the 50s attempts his own version.


"When I first saw this tremolo I knew I just HAD to try building one. After the usual brainstorming I hatched a plan. Of course, that plan took a very different turn a few times on the way to a working prototype. It uses a small gear motor salvaged from a Roomba vacuum to spin an eliptical wheel which wiggles the canister back and forth. When more voltage is applied the motor speeds up and so does the tremolo effect."




[Link: Hackaweek]
 
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