The Fulltone Supa-Trem is known as great-sounding amp-style Tremolo pedal, and its JFET preamp is the secret weapon on many pedalboards. The Supa-Trem is powered by a Fulltone-designed Opto-1 photocell, which has the optimal resistance range as well as as the correct rise and fall times to deliver natural, amp-like tremolo. Released in 2013, the Fulltone Supa-Trem 2 is the true stereo version of the Supa-Trem.
The Supa-Trem2 runs two identical circuits in true stereo with two Ins and two Outs. When you plug in Mono, you can still run your signal in stereo to two different amps. In Stereo, both outputs remain are live when the ST-2 is turned OFF, and there's no tone loss due to its hi-quality JFET-buffered design The ST-2 is the a great device to place at the end of your chain... run cables as long as you want, use it as your amp splitter, and did we mention how good the tremolo sounds?
Each channel has a NOS Fairchild 2N5484 JFET, so that's the first thing your guitar hits. The tone is rich and musical, and three settings control the shape of the tremolo wave. From there, the Tap Tempo lets you dial in a wide range of speeds—so slow that it takes 6+ seconds to pan between the outputs, or crank it up in excess of 200bpm. The "Phase Correlation" knob throws the outputs any degree IN or OUT of phase with each other. This is a cool feature that lets you explore natural harmonic phase-shift as your guitar pans between the amps.
This 2013 Supa-Trem 2 is gently used, it functions 100% as it should, and it sounds fantastic. It shows a few minor paint chips and signs of use (see photos), but nothing too offensive. The previous owner installed velcro on the bottom. The Volume and Mix controls are both tight and secure, so you won't accidentally bump them on the floor. But the Rate knob is set a little looser, so with a little practice, you can make quick changes with your toe.