This project originated from an article by Anthony Leo in the November 1968 issue of the Electronic Australia Magazine. This wonderful sounding tremolo was brought to the attention of the DIY community on the internet by Greg Nabke. Lots of builders like this one, it’s simple and it sounds great. This project features some great improvements over the original. A schematic of the original design is included for those curious cats.
- General Build Instructions
- Improved EA Tremolo Build Instructions
- Improved EA Tremolo Bill of Materials
- Improved EA Tremolo Schematic
- Improved EA Tremolo Parts Layout and Wiring Diagram
- Improved EA Tremolo with Trem/Boost footswitch Parts Layout and Wiring Diagram
- Improved EA Tremolo with Trem/Boost footswitch and Volume Controls Parts Layout and Wiring Diagram
- Improved EA Tremolo with Trem/Boost footswitch and Volume Controls with flashing LED on the bypass switch Parts Layout and Wiring Diagram
- Improved EA Tremolo Modications Instructions
- Improved EA Tremolo Ready-For-Transfer Printed Circuit Board Layout – For use only if you are a complete DIY person who wants to etch and drill your own PCB. Otherwise, we recommend you ignore this PCB mask and buy the Ready to Solder Printed Circuit Board or Complete Kit.
- Original EA Tremolo Schematic (for reference only)
- EA Tremolo Project History File
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