T-Rex has unveiled a new distortion pedal at NAMM 2014 that goes by the name of Vulture.
After hooking you up with your SoulMate at NAMM, T-Rex Engineering has now decided to make prey of you with its brand-new Vulture distortion pedal.
Vulture features simple controls to provide what the manufacturer describes as a tight, throaty distortion with lows and mids that can be shaped in many ways with the Low and Fat boost knobs. The pedal further features Gain, Level and Tone controls.
According to T-Rex, the secret to the Vulture is to adjust the boost and tone knobs once the gain is adjusted to get an optimal sound and to avoid the Vulture from preying on your amp.
The pedal runs on a 9V battery or external power supply.
Pricing and availability haven’t been disclosed yet.
For more info, visit www.t-rex-effects.com.
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