Flint Tremolo Settings for H90

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    • #172260

      hi all a question for those familier to a Strymon Flint.

      I’m using a Flint for Tremolo the settings are

      Toggle switch 63 tube

      Intensity 4 o’clock

      Speed 11-30 ish

      It’s to copy and sound like my super reverb. So now id like to reproduce it on the h90

      my setup is reverend rg-sus into h90 with ocd in loop out to the front of cornford hurricane

      from what I’ve played with so far. I can’t seem to get close to the same intensity. so wondering about the best program to do this or if anyone has made and shared a patch even better thanks in advance

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    • #172283
      Eventide Staff

      When I’m doing country comping and Travis picking (for which American glass-based tremolo is the unofficial king), I use the TremoloPan algorithm. I recommend you start with type set to bias, drive set to 0, shape set to triangle, and mod source set to square. Set speed to taste, depth to around 60, depth mod to around 50, and mod rate to 1.000xSpeed. Increasing or decreasing the depth mod will add a bit of chop and throb to the sound, but it’s a balancing act between depth and depth mod to get it right for your sound. If you’re running in stereo, experiment with the Width knob as well – I usually keep mine around 0, bumping up occasionally to 15ish for just a little bit of movement.

      Add some reverb (I like BlackHole, though Plate and ModEchoVerb can get you pretty far too) in front of the tremolo, and you’re off to the races.

    • #172307

      Thanks man, this actually works!!!!! What a pedal!

    • #172398

      Heheheh. Soz I didn’t see your reply till now.

      I’ve tried your settings and it’s fantastic, just a few alterations made it sound very close to my settings on the flint. so yippee Flint is coming off the board

      thanks again amazeing

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