What would happen if you took two independent tremolo circuits and threw them together in one enclosure? Not that fake stereo crap that merely inverts the signal through a second jack, but true stereo, with two identical circuits working in conjunction with one another. You'd get the Supa-Trem2!
At its simplest, this is just a great sounding tremolo pedal, with tap tempo and very user-friendly controls. But running into two amps is where this pedal really shines the most. This pedal features a parameter that is unlike anything seen on similar tremolo pedals, the Phase Correlation knob.
What is phase correlation, you may ask? Well, why not let the grand asshole Mike Fuller himself tell you? In his words:
"...a Fulltone exclusive allowing you to throw the outputs ANY degree IN or OUT of Phase with each other. You've never heard it and it's GREAT, with a hint of "naturally occurring" Harmonic Phase-shift as your guitar pans between the amps with knob set full OUT of phase. Or enjoy one massive throbbing Tremolo with no panning when knob set full IN-phase! Or then there's 12 o'clock, which is hard to describe. Look, even if you're not a huge tremolo fan, the ST-2 is the most tuneful, and slowest AUTO-PANNER ever made so it is the ideal device for the foundation of a great stereo rig."
Wow, this guy sounds pretty full of himself, doesn't he? (hehe)
Anyhoo, this is a really sick tremolo pedal. It's been very lightly used, and it functions perfectly. As we all know, Fulltone has closed up shop for good, so the ones that are out there are the only ones that will ever be made. Don't miss your chance to get your hands on one of these! We'll ship it to you super fast and super safe.
Feel free to give us a call with any questions you may have about it!