T-Rex Engineering has announced the ToneBug Reverb, a vintage-oriented reverb pedal.
Part of the brand’s new Tonebug Series which is to be officially presented at the next Winter NAMM Show, this pedal is said to have been built with one goal in mind: to bring dry, flat-sounding, bedroom-bound guitar playing to life. ToneBug Reverb was designed to simulate real-life performance environments – from echoey concert halls and modern-sounding live stages, to raunchy clubs and basement dives.
The mode switch allows you to choose between Modern (for more contemporary reverb sounds) and Spring (for vintage reverb sounds).
T-Rex’s Tonebug Reverb will be available at an undisclosed date for a European MRSP of 149Euro.
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