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T-Rex Engineering ToneBug Chorus + Flanger
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T-Rex Engineering ToneBug Chorus + Flanger

Multi-effect or other modulation effect from T-Rex Engineering belonging to the ToneBug series

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Public price: $199 incl. VAT

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it was going well ...

T-Rex Engineering ToneBug Chorus + FlangerPublished on 11/12/13 at 05:08
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
This is the end of a pedal Tonebug series of smaller size.

Power, input and output jacks on the top which is to be considered for a pedalboard.

It is clear from all digital as T-Rex.

- One knob that controls speed rate

- Depth of 1 that manages the depth of the effect

and a switch to go from chorus flanger

UTILIZATION

With two buttons we found it, to pay attention anyway when effect (chorus / flanger) is changed to the settings looked good condition especially in rehearsals or concerts.

SOUND QUALITY

For chorus is purely a digital chorus typed 80's, I use it as faux leslie
and I must say it is really nice with a single coil in the neck. For the rest I have not...…
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This is the end of a pedal Tonebug series of smaller size.

Power, input and output jacks on the top which is to be considered for a pedalboard.

It is clear from all digital as T-Rex.

- One knob that controls speed rate

- Depth of 1 that manages the depth of the effect

and a switch to go from chorus flanger

UTILIZATION

With two buttons we found it, to pay attention anyway when effect (chorus / flanger) is changed to the settings looked good condition especially in rehearsals or concerts.

SOUND QUALITY

For chorus is purely a digital chorus typed 80's, I use it as faux leslie
and I must say it is really nice with a single coil in the neck. For the rest I have not found a really pops.

For the flanger is very nice, but it does not reach digital blush competition.
The best effect of this pedal.

However, this pedal adds a lot of treble sound.

OVERALL OPINION

The chorus is too light and the flanger suffers from a fatal flaw.

In a loop of the flanger effect suffer a big loss of volume while the chorus will be boosted making use live dangerous and too light for studio quality sound.

On the other hand live in the amp, very little variation in the volume pedal is used pity it is not true-bypass is that it eats frequencies.

This time it is expensive you end up with two things that one must connect live to be able to use correctly but loses 30% of its original.

The pedal has a nice look and color, she did not sound too bad, but there are too many constraints. I doubt I go I have the T-Rex in the future even the upscale and the fact that they outsource will not make me change my mind especially for the price.
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Anonymous

T-Rex Engineering ToneBug Chorus + FlangerPublished on 01/01/11 at 02:13
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
solid connectivity classic pedal (in out power supply), not whether it is analog or digital, but since the estimated lifetime of batteries I am skeptical for analog ...
two buttons spleen and depth, a switch chorus flanger

UTILIZATION

super simple fact is selected and two buttons to adjust speed and depth Leah is easy!

SOUND QUALITY

Sounds are of very great qualities that loaded high frequency, but a big B flat mode flanger maliciously decrease the volume, it is possible to bypass difficileent full song or snap especially connected with a distortion before it is really annoying because the sound is terrible

OVERALL OPINION

d ('t test it before the small clone, BF3 and micro...…
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solid connectivity classic pedal (in out power supply), not whether it is analog or digital, but since the estimated lifetime of batteries I am skeptical for analog ...
two buttons spleen and depth, a switch chorus flanger

UTILIZATION

super simple fact is selected and two buttons to adjust speed and depth Leah is easy!

SOUND QUALITY

Sounds are of very great qualities that loaded high frequency, but a big B flat mode flanger maliciously decrease the volume, it is possible to bypass difficileent full song or snap especially connected with a distortion before it is really annoying because the sound is terrible

OVERALL OPINION

d ('t test it before the small clone, BF3 and micro flanger mxr is the one that I prefer, but those little checks they have two effects in one, huge sound quality bocou possibility remains that damn problem of declining volume on the flanger, a volume knob'll have been welcome t rex proceeded somewhat the perfect
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: T-Rex Engineering
  • Model: ToneBug Chorus + Flanger
  • Series: ToneBug
  • Category: Multi-effects and other modulation effects
  • Added in our database on: 03/23/2010

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