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T-Rex Engineering ToneBug Distortion
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T-Rex Engineering ToneBug Distortion

Distortion from T-Rex Engineering belonging to the ToneBug series.

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cky95 cky95

«  Excellent quality / price ratio! »

Publié le 08/09/11 à 04:54
Disortion typed vintage pedal.
Three knobs: Level, Tone, Gain.
Peculiarity of the Switch start that does not "click": Original!
Boss type 9V DC power supply or battery.

UTILIZATION

Very simple.
A manual with a few adjustments.

SOUND QUALITY

Very good distortion as long as we do not expect the "heavy" so to forget for the metal.
The gain range is large, we start at 9 am with a good OD and we ended up a great disto Hard Rock: Gary Moore, Slash and Co are!
It very well with both single and double pickups.

OVERALL OPINION

Pedal too unknown to my taste, not for bcp more expensive than other brands, have really a distortion of quality remains after a mid-range pedal does not ask the impossible!
Very good choice for that expensive a moderate Distortion quality and cheap!
I do it again this election if I buy a pedal Devaya less than € 100 it would be this one!
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