1 Proteus 7 months ago I've finally made myself sick with guitar excess, and am starting to cull some functional duplicates.In the process, in a roundabout way I only mention because column inches are free on the internet, I've rediscovered the Reverberocket 2 as quite possibly the Best Amp In the Known Universe. For the moment. To me. No doubt there are others.But you get what I'm saying. It's a marvel. One of its marvels is its exquisite clean tone, which is simultaneously distinctive, flattering to every guitar I plug in, and transparent.It's this transparency which is helping me evaluate functionally similar guitars - their qualities of tone, response, and note envelope are laid bare in back-to-back comparisons through the Ampeg, at the same settings. Makes it easy to decide which ones to keep, and which go.But that's not what we're here to talk about. That's just to say I'm smitten once again by this jewel of an amp. The last time I brought it up it was to mention that its only fault is maybe not enough low end; I think someone suggested a speaker swap. I didn't do that, but I have hooked up a great parametric eq, and a little boost of shelving lows is all it takes to warm the Ampeg up (on guitars where that's needed). That lets me keep all the tonal wonder of the original speaker.For impatient readers, here's the real question. Now I have another nit-pickin' nit to pick. The tremolo doesn't get slow enough to suit me. Can that be "fixed?” I mean, are we talking about a couple component changes, or more major surgery?For reference, this is a Model GS-12R.Thanks, fellers.