Results for: Tremolo

In Musical Instruments

What does a tremolo do?

Common Usage . A tremolo is a quick repetition of a note (or 2 notes/chords in alternation). It produces a rumbling, thundering effect if used in the bass, and when used so (MORE)
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What is tremolo?

Tremolo is a rapid quivering change of volume. This is not to be confused with a small, rapid changes in pitch, which is known as vibrato.
In Musical Instruments

Difference between tremolo arm and Floyd rose tremolo?

A tremolo arm is what allows one to use a tremolo. A tremolo is a mechanism in a stringed instrument that allows changing the pitch of all the strings simultaneously. The m (MORE)
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What is a tremolo?

Depends what you mean by a tremolo.... If you mean a wammy bar on a guitar, then its a bridge that changes the pitch of all the strings at once. If you mean a tremolo pedal, (MORE)
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How do you install a Floyd Rose tremolo on a Peavey Patriot that has no tremolo?

You're going to have to cut into it. Do an image search for "Floyd rose cut out shape" and cut that out of your guitar. Once it's all cut out and sanded, install the pegs on t (MORE)
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What is a tremolo on a guitar?

that depends on wat u mean. there is an effect pedal called tremolo, a type of bend called tremolo, and a part that goes on your guitar. You probably mean what is usually ca (MORE)
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What does tremolo mean in music?

It is a term in music , this answer shall be here until I know the answer. Please stand by . Tremolo is a term describing a rapidly varying pitch of a single note. It migh (MORE)
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Do you need a tremolo on a electirc guitar?

Not necessarily. I have guitars with and without tremolos (non-fixed and fixed bridges) and the tremolo is a good feature to have depending on the style you want to play. For (MORE)
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What is a tremolo pedal used for?

A tremolo pedal is used for rapid reiteration. Reiteration is particularly used on bowed string instruments and plucked string such as a harp or other instruments which uses a (MORE)