Best Songs Featuring a Tremolo EffectGg2000 A tremolo effect is where an audio signal (most commonly a guitar) slightly moves up and down in volume, creating a circular vibration effect. It's sometimes referred to as vibrato, but this is technically incorrect (vibrato is a change in pitch, not volume). Also, it shouldn't be confused with tremolo picking, which is a method of playing the guitar. I decided to add some old school and new school stuff just to get a good balance. Feel free to add more examples.
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One of the most famous examples of tremolo; Johnny Marr said that it was inspired by the song Disco Stomp and Bo Diddley's music. - Gg2000
John Fogerty's lead guitar has a strong amount of tremolo, particularly in the solo. - Gg2000
The guitar has a very strong tremolo effect throughout the song. - Gg2000
The guitar chords in the intro were processed in Pro Tools to get that distinctive muddy tremolo effect. - Gg2000
Bo Diddley is one of the most prominent tremolo users in history - this song is just one of many examples. - Gg2000
Not only does the guitar have a tremolo effect, they routed some of the vocals into the guitar amp to give it a tremolo effect too. - Gg2000
The guitars in the first verse are laced with tremolo. It gives it that psychedelic, spooky quality. - Gg2000
The electric guitar has prominent tremolo, especially on the opening chord. - Gg2000
That really loud, vibrating guitar chord you hear at the beginning of each phrase has a strong tremolo effect on it. - Gg2000
The rhythm guitar has a very strong tremolo effect. - Gg2000
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2. Born On the Bayou - Creedence Clearwater Revival
3. Crush with Eyeliner - R.E.M.