Seymour Duncan Shape Shifter Guitar Tremolo

Get the tremolo control you need with Seymour Duncan's Shape Shifter guitar effects pedal. At Sweetwater we know every guitar player wants a great tremolo pedal they can depend on - one that gives you the control you need without compromising your tone. The Shape Shifter's all-analog signal path with true bypass gives you nothing but great tone with the added precision of digital timing. Variable wave shape, rate/ratio switchability, tap tempo control, and stereo in/out, all in a smaller package than its predecessor, means Seymour Duncan's Shape Shifter guitar effects pedal will be right at home at the feet of anyone looking to add that something special to their sound.

Seymour Duncan Shape Shifter Tremolo Guitar Effects Pedal Features:
  • Depth control is continuously adjustable from 0 to 30dB
  • Rate adjusts from 0.5 to 15 Beats per second for accuracy
  • Change functionality of Rate Control from linear adjustment to a multiplication factor for tap tempo
  • Shape is continuously adjustable from 10% to 90% for a little or a lot
  • Wave is adjustable from sine to triangle to square waves and everything in between
  • Phase control lets you adjust phase between left and right output channels from 0 degrees to 180 degrees

Take control of your tremolo with the Shape Shifter!

Tech Specs Pedal Type Tremolo Inputs 2 x 1/4" Outputs 2 x 1/4" Batteries 1 x 9V or 8V Regulated DC Adapter Height 1.6" Width 4.7" Depth 3.5" Weight 0.9 lbs.

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  • Shape Shifter Stereo Tremolo
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Rock Hill, NY, United States
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