Fender Tre-Verb Digital Reverb/Tremolo Pedal
Fender Tre-Verb Digital Reverb/Tremolo Pedal Overview.
There’s no mistaking the sound of genuine Fender amp Tremolo and Reverb. These lush, dynamic amp effects inspired entire genres of music. The Tre-Verb pedal places independent Tremolo and Reverb effects at your feet in a compact, easy-to-use pedal. We included classic reverb voicings based on our renowned spring reverb units from 1963 and 1965 and multiple tremolo modes to make sure you can get the exact sound you need for your music. A full suite of tone-shaping controls, including tap tempo for the tremolo effect, make this pedal sonically flexible, while the stereo inputs and outputs ensure it’s easy to connect to any pedalboard or amp.
Designed by our in-house team of experts, the Tre-Verb is an all-original Fender circuit. To ensure this pedal is performance-ready we let musicians kick it around, took their feedback to heart and refined it. The chassis is crafted from lightweight, durable anodized aluminum, and the LED-backlit knobs show your control settings on a dark stage at a glance.
Use the Tre-Verb to add the magic of genuine Fender amp effects to your sound.
No upgrades available
Excellent reverb and tremolo sounds and level control makes the pedal for me
Excellent reverb and tremolo especially the harmonic trem. Sounds awesome through a bigger amp (HRD) but need some time to really dig in to it’s possibilities.
Great sounds very robust and much better than I was expecting. It’s the reall thing
Solidly constructed unit which performs its digital emulations well. No battery option with this model as offered in their other range of new pedals. The controls, however, on the Reverb side seem so subtle as to be ineffective and some may want more variety from a reverb pedal than the option of two Fender Spring (similar) and one Plate reverb. The Tremolo is by contrast efficient with good type options - of note is the Harmonic Tremolo, which is smooth and warm. At GAK's price point, it's a bargain against its obvious competitor Strymon's Flint, which some might say it attempts to emulate.
My only disappointment is that I bought the Fender Marine reverb before this came out. The Marine reverb may be better suited to people who want a myriad of reverb styles; from my point of view the reverbs in this combination pedal are absolutely the job. The tremolo options are lovely.