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[Musikmesse] 5 New T-Rex Engineering Fuzz

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Fuzz pedal from T-Rex Engineering belonging to the ToneBug series

Danish effects pedal maker T-Rex have five new, retro-looking stompboxes to show-off at this year's Musikmesse.

 

Gull Triple Voice Wah

  • 3 pedals in one
  • 2 distinct wah-wah sounds
  • Dual-filter yoy-yoy effect
  • Controls: Pedal, Mode, Slope, Boost, Hotspot
  • Slope knob for shaping your wah/yoy
  • Boost function for a higher volume on your output signal
  • Hotspot button for an altered response

RRP £199

Hobo Drive

  • Overdrive
  • Works as a real preamp
  • Adjustable boost setting for soloing and extra gain
  • Pre/post switch – boost the signal before it hits the preamp
  • Controls: On/Off, Preamp, Master, Tone, Boost button, Boost knob, Pre/post switch

£250

Tonebug Booster

  • Boosts your tone
  • etro design
  • Tone shaping scoop control and boost control

RRP £389


Tonebug Sensewah

  • Switch between wah-wah and yoy-yoy
  • Triggers by your playing
  • Creates wah effects automatically
  • Controls: Sense knob and Range knob

RRP £145


Tonebug Fuzz

  • Distortion
  • Controls: Fuzz, Level and Tone
  • Retro design
  • Tone control designed to fine tune the timbre of your fuzz

RRP £99

 

For more, visit T-Rex.

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