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T-Rex Engineering ToneBug SenseWah
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T-Rex Engineering ToneBug SenseWah

Wah-Wah/Auto Wah/Filter for Guitar from T-Rex Engineering belonging to the ToneBug series.

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" Not great"

T-Rex Engineering ToneBug SenseWahPublished on 11/12/14 at 07:34
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Stomp gender envelope filter / autowah. Not editable, not rack.
Probably analog technology (check).
Connectivity Jack in / out, not noon.
Power supply 9 volt battery or Boss style adapter.
Not true bypass.

UTILIZATION

Apparently simple configuration, the manual I do not even remember if there was one.
Susceptibility to attack is set by the "Direction" button, the scope / depth of the frequency range with "range" button, and choose the type of autowha by a switch with two positions: classic or autowha effect "Yoy" whose difference with the classic autowha is not easy to describe, some say more vocal (? .....)
Buttons "meaning" and "range" are not at all a linear effect and......
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Stomp gender envelope filter / autowah. Not editable, not rack.
Probably analog technology (check).
Connectivity Jack in / out, not noon.
Power supply 9 volt battery or Boss style adapter.
Not true bypass.

UTILIZATION

Apparently simple configuration, the manual I do not even remember if there was one.
Susceptibility to attack is set by the "Direction" button, the scope / depth of the frequency range with "range" button, and choose the type of autowha by a switch with two positions: classic or autowha effect "Yoy" whose difference with the classic autowha is not easy to describe, some say more vocal (? .....)
Buttons "meaning" and "range" are not at all a linear effect and no effect on half of their race.

SOUND QUALITY

Personally, none of the two positions convinced me. I found that one and the other ate a lot dynamics signal, regardless of the setting, the sound came out muffled and sickly, less bass, less treble ... I still found the classical autowha as bad as the 'Yoy "which I think was choking more.
Used exclusively with guitar.

OVERALL OPINION

I only kept a few weeks. It is by chance that I had in my hands after an exchange. I do not necessarily expect something fabulous, but then I found the very low quality, the sound coming out was difficult to use, very impoverished.
I have not tested other autowah before.
Pros: ....
The -: The sound that comes out, the lack of dynamics and versatility.

Q / P: Poor quality / Cheap if used.
If you want to try, do not buy new because if it does not suit you, you do resell at a third of the price you paid.
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  • Manufacturer: T-Rex Engineering
  • Model: ToneBug SenseWah
  • Series: ToneBug
  • Category: Wah-Wah/Auto Wahs/Filters for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 05/20/2011

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Other names: tone bug sense wah, tonebugsensewah, t 1 bug sense wah, t 1 bugsensewah, t 1 bug sensewah

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