Harmonic Mix allows the HIGH and LOW frequency bands to be modulated independently
Adjustable harmonic crossover frequencies and individual volume controls for the HIGH and LOW signal paths for tonal control — the Quaverato can be adapted for use with guitar or bass
Relay-controlled true-bypass switching
Boost up to 15dB
Tap time with multiplier: 4:1, 3:1, 2:1, 1.5:1, 1:1, .5:1
Footswitch can engage the effect either as a toggle or as a momentary switch
All the usual LFO waveforms and controls: speed, depth, shape, and spacing (aka waveform shift, or duty cycle)
A MIDI upgrade kit is coming in late 2018
Sturdy 18 gauge steel enclosure
Robust polycarbonate label
Open source software so all you hackers can customize your tone!
5″ (12.5 cm)
4-3/16″ (10.5 cm)
2″ (5 cm)
20 oz = 1.25 lb (565 g)
9V DC center-negative power supply, 60 mA
What You WIll Need
Here's what you will need to build the Quaverato Harmonic Tremolo Pedal KIT. (Of course, if you order the Ready-to-Play, all you need is an amp , a guitar or other instrument, and a 9V DC power supply.) See also the online Quaverato Assembly Manual, available on the Documentation tab.
#2 Philips screw driver
Small flat-head screwdriver
Needle nose pliers
Small diagonal-cutting or flush-cutting pliers
X-acto knife or hobby knife
8mm, 10mm, and 5/8” sockets and driver; in a pinch, pliers may work as well.
Soldering iron (not a soldering gun, or a “cold heat” iron), good quality, 15-50 watt. An iron with a temperature control and a stand is best. Use a small or medium size tip, with conical or chisel shape.
Solder sucker or solder braid (optional, but very handy if you have to remove or repair any components!)
Damp sponge or dry solder-cleaning pad
Clamp or vise to hold the printed circuit board while soldering (optional, but handy)