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Delay/Echo/Phrase Sampler for Guitar from T-Rex Engineering

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T-Rex Effects will introduce three pedals at the 2012 Summer NAMM Show: the Duck Tail Delay, Room-Mate Junior Reverb, and Tapster Tremolo.

 


Duck Tail Delay (Retail: $399 / Street: $299)

The Duck Tail brings ducking – the effect of automatically reducing your delayed signal when your clean signal rises above a certain level – to its line of classic delay pedals. 

In addition to ducking mode, the Duck Tail Delay gives you 2 non-ducking modes – Classic and Tape. The pedal also features Tap Tempo functionality, so you can match the tempo of your delay repetitions to the beat of whatever song you’re playing by tapping your foot.


Room-Mate Junior Reverb (Retail: $399 / Street: $299)

The Room-Mate Junior takes elements from its big brother – the original Room-Mate – and packs them into one unit. The pedal offers four sounds algorithms: SPRING, ROOM, HALL and LFO, for varied reverb options. You can use the decay knob to adjust the length of your reverb trail in all four modes. An INPUT GAIN knob means that it’s also possible to use the Room-Mate Junior in an effects loop without overloading the pedal’s input stage.

 

Tapster Tremolo (Retail: $399 / Street: $299)

The Tapster pairs the functions of the original Tremster tremolo pedal with the Tap Tempo, letting you change the tempo of your tremolo pulse dynamically. You can shift from a tremolo shimmer to a funky slow sweep without tweaking knobs, by tapping your foot along.

It features four controls: Depth, Rate, Volume, and Subdivision. The Subdivision switch lets you choose how your tremolo pulsates to the beat – in quarter notes, eighth notes, or eighth-note triplets.


For more information, visit: t-rex-effects.com

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