So, last week i bought this from the lovely folks at Prymaxe Vintage.
It's a four stage tremolo pedal, similar in theory to other tremolo pedals but it unlike other 'set and forget' pedals, each 'stage' has the option for a different tremolo speed. So you can have it cutting in quavers, then triplets, then triplet semiquavers, then crotchets.
It's a wicked bit of kit and it's one of my few real gear purchases of late, as I've been very happy with my rig so far. It will replace my now obsolete Boss PN-2 Tremolo Pan. The only thing I have left to get (and I'm making one) is a metronome pedal to provide a tempo-matched signal to the TC Nova and the Goatkeeper as they both accept audio beat syncing.
I'll try and get a video up at some point, in the meantime you can see one here:
[VIDEO]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvHT_pJw9y4]Lightfoot Labs Goatkeeper and Digitech Digidelay Demo - YouTube[/VIDEO]
And I thoroughly suggest the guys at Prymaxe Vintage. Didn't get a name for the guy I spoke to, but I was getting replies within a couple of hours - despite the time zone difference and in minutes at other times. Easy to talk to and super fast delivery, and they even threw in a couple of goodies. Check them out!
You have a slow gear I hate you