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DELUXE61 Amp Tremolo & Drive

DELUXE61 Amp Tremolo & Drive


Vintage Cleans, Classic Drive, Timeless Trem


The DELUXE61 faithfully recreates the rich cleans, raunchy overdrive and dynamic, musical tremolo of the Fender® Brown Deluxe. Possibly the greatest amp of the early ‘60s. Featuring an all-analogue, valve amp-style signal path with an authentic bias tremolo circuit, the DELUXE61 brings a huge range of classic sounds to your pedalboard – with plenty of modern flexibility.


£320.83 ex VAT


  • Complete, valve amp-style signal path recreated in all-analogue circuitry 
  • Push-pull output stage with reactive load and genuine bias tremolo 
  • Comprehensive Post-Drive EQ tailors the DELUXE61 to your amp’s clean tone 
  • Tour-grade, all-metal construction 
  • Tap tempo and external switching for convenient control 
  • High-impedance, buffered bypass with silent switching 
  • Designed and built in England 



The DELUXE61 provides a full circuit recreation of the sought-after Fender® Brown Deluxe, with an all-analogue signal path. This includes a Class A preamp, push-pull output stage, and reactive load. All this adds up to the most convincing amp tone you’ll get from a pedal, capturing everything that makes the Brown Deluxe great. The lush cleans, the warm midrange and the signature gritty, raunchy overdrive – it’s pure Rock ‘n’ Roll right on your pedalboard.

Smooth, deep and rich, bias tremolo is considered by many to be the greatest of all the amp tremolo types. By modulating the bias voltage of the amp’s output valves, it not only has a beautifully soft and uniquely musical character but also allows you to “play through” the tremolo. With overdriven sounds, picking harder causes the tremolo effect to disappear, fading back in as the notes die away or when you roll back the guitar’s volume knob. The DELUXE61 recreates every nuance of this dynamic and interactive playing experience. Until now, only a real amp would suffice.

Recreating vintage amp circuits is great, but it’s even better when you can improve them! We’ve added a more prominent, choppier “full wave” tremolo setting, great for keeping the effect obvious with more overdriven tones or with lazy, super-slow settings. The MULTI switch changes the range of the SPEED control, doubling or tripling the setting on the knob (or the tempo entered via an external tap switch). The DELUXE61 also features a TRS footswitch jack for convenient remote control of the tremolo and tap tempo functions.

The built-in Post-Drive EQ means you don’t have to compromise your favourite amp settings to get the perfect drive sound from the DELUXE61. This proprietary filter lets you tailor the output of the pedal to work with just about any amp, as well as flat-response power amps, cabinet simulators and recording interfaces.

Housed in a hand polished, brushed stainless steel enclosure and furnished with aluminium controls, Neutrik® jack sockets and heavy-duty footswitch, the DELUXE61 is at equally home on the road and in the studio.





900 g (1.98 lb)


143 × 93 × 65 mm (5.62 x 3.66 x 2.56 in.)

L x W x H - Includes knobs and switches


Input Impedance
Output Impedance
Current Draw

100 mA


Power Supply

9V DC 2.1 mm centre-negative

Please note: the DELUXE61 is powered by a mains adaptor only (not included). We’ve dispensed with the usual 9V battery option, both to save space and to allow us to adopt a high-current approach, yielding lower noise levels and superior tone.

Origin Effects pedals are designed to deliver impeccable performance using a range of power supplies. We recommend you only use a regulated power supply specifically designed for guitar pedal applications as power supplies which do not have sufficient internal filtering can result in unwanted noise.

We recommend the following power supplies for use with our pedals:

  • Voodoo Labs Pedal Power series
  • Cioks supplies
  • Truetone 1 Spot Pro series
  • Strymon Zuma

This product should only be operated at 9V. The design employs a voltage doubling circuit to achieve higher internal voltages for improved sonic performance.