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The Mudhoney II has twice the power and sound of the original. Two channels are now available offering...
The Gristle Luxury Drive from T-Rex Engineering is designed to serve as a boost to drive your...
Phenomenal clarity and dynamics!
Powerful modulation that delivers chorus and flanger effects from one pedal!
The Twister from T-Rex Engineering is a chorus and flanger pedal for guitarists looking for a shimmering,...
T-Rex may be a small company, but its presence in the world of effect pedals is as large as its namesake. Constantly challenging itself to push the quality of sounds and effects for the guitar and bass, T-Rex has become known as a leader in the industry. By being focused on customer experience and feedback, they produce some of the most sought after pedals on the market today. T-Rex was founded in 1996 by guitarists and engineers, Lars Dahl and Sebastian Jensen who had conceived a bevy of ideas on how to upgrade existing guitar effects, as well as craft new ones. Nearly two decades later, T-Rex continues to use the highest quality components to cater to the needs of every guitarist. In fact, some of the world’s most famous and accomplished musicians, from David Gilmour, to Pete Townshend, to John Mayer, to Gary Moore have all used T-Rex pedals as part of their stage and studio setups.
The most famous and sought after T-Rex pedal in production currently is probably the Replica Delay/Echo Pedal. This pedal provides up to 2000ms of digital delay for an incredibly modern sound, though it can also be made to mimic the sound of vintage delay equipment. This award-winning pedal would make a great addition to any pedalboard.
The Mudhoney and the Mudhoney II distortion pedals are also fine examples of T-Rex craftsmanship. These pedals offer everything from mild distortion to a full on fuzzy freak out. The major difference between the Mudhoney and the Mudhoney II is that the II features twin channels, allowing you to switch between three distinct tones.
If you’re more interested in tremolo and vibrato effects, then the T-Rex Tremster may interest you. This pedal mimics the tremolo sound in vintage tube amps, giving you a seriously classic feel with modern controls and durability.
Whichever style of effect you’re looking for to complete your pedal board, odds are T-Rex has what you’re looking for. Loud, punchy, and distinct, plugging into a T-Rex pedal is a sonic experience you won’t soon forget.