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T-Rex Engineering Mudhoney II
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  • Great

    T-Rex Engineering Mudhoney IIPublished on 10/24/14 at 05:58
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    Ability to easily have two distortion, overdrive or crunch underfoot.

    UTILIZATION

    Super quick and easy use, no manual needed.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I mostly use the crunch and slight overdrive for varying effects depending on the intensity of my game.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use since February 2014, in addition to my Fender Blues Deluxe, which makes me a multitude of sounds by combining the two channels with the Fender tube. The rendering is awesome.
  • I love

    T-Rex Engineering Mudhoney IIPublished on 09/08/14 at 13:25
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    2 separate caneaux distortion, it's great for programer 2 different distos example: 1 its Crunch on one, one distortion sound for solos in the other.

    UTILIZATION

    I do not have the manual, but this is child simplcité. Each channel is adjusted volume, gain and tone. There is a switch that can boost.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The Crunches his phènoménals, I have a musicman luke 2 and a mesa boogie rectoverb 50, it allows me to use on the clean channel of the mesa a big crunch, which has nothing to be ashamed of Crunch mesa and heavy distortion for rock solos, in parallel with the modern hight gain the mesa.
    I have the sound I recherchais.Monstrueux.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for one week,......
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    2 separate caneaux distortion, it's great for programer 2 different distos example: 1 its Crunch on one, one distortion sound for solos in the other.

    UTILIZATION

    I do not have the manual, but this is child simplcité. Each channel is adjusted volume, gain and tone. There is a switch that can boost.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The Crunches his phènoménals, I have a musicman luke 2 and a mesa boogie rectoverb 50, it allows me to use on the clean channel of the mesa a big crunch, which has nothing to be ashamed of Crunch mesa and heavy distortion for rock solos, in parallel with the modern hight gain the mesa.
    I have the sound I recherchais.Monstrueux.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for one week, I 've tried the little sister T-Rex Mudhoney, which was good as well, as I was using the distortion of the GT10 boss.
    What I like most is the simplicity of finding sounds, having two different trimmings, and sound, which suits me completely. I do not find ais negative moment.Pour for the price, this is the t-rex, so its quality is very good technique impeccable workmanship. If I had to change PDAL, I would resume the same again.
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  • Yes ... but no!

    T-Rex Engineering Mudhoney IIPublished on 02/23/13 at 00:37
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    Analog Yes!
    No. Digital

    UTILIZATION

    With an amp lamp Egnater Renegade 212 and a reissue 62 strat
    Pretty simple but transparent buttons are a little gadget!
    The major advantage of this pedal are the two sounds underfoot.

    SOUND QUALITY

    DO c its good but there are better (carl martin hot drive'n boost mk 2)
    In this distortion fuzz effect and c unhelpful (to my taste), especially for solos or ornaments placed in the mx.
    In distortion (fuzz before) there are better too (mad professor or scientist dr).
    Therefore sold 15 days later after purchase + OCCAZ 140 euros (lost nothing not even the port)

    OVERALL OPINION

    Summary it is not quite well enough considering the price......
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    Analog Yes!
    No. Digital

    UTILIZATION

    With an amp lamp Egnater Renegade 212 and a reissue 62 strat
    Pretty simple but transparent buttons are a little gadget!
    The major advantage of this pedal are the two sounds underfoot.

    SOUND QUALITY

    DO c its good but there are better (carl martin hot drive'n boost mk 2)
    In this distortion fuzz effect and c unhelpful (to my taste), especially for solos or ornaments placed in the mx.
    In distortion (fuzz before) there are better too (mad professor or scientist dr).
    Therefore sold 15 days later after purchase + OCCAZ 140 euros (lost nothing not even the port)

    OVERALL OPINION

    Summary it is not quite well enough considering the price which is nine abused.
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  • Distortion T-Rex Mudhoney II

    T-Rex Engineering Mudhoney IIPublished on 09/12/12 at 00:21
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    Dual Channel Analog distortion pedal.
    The two channels are identical, with the same settings Gain (distortion level), tone, level.
    Also a Boost switch for each channel.

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple to use as few settings, but branch and sounds.
    The shot of two parallel channels is great for setting a rhythmic sound and a more punchy sound for solos.

    The settings are small but efficient and accurate.

    Small flat for the foot switches that are a little small for my 43 girl, but ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    Its great!
    This is not a distortion of metalheads but something vintage british in mind, but with the ability to send severe if one goes out the knob of distortion.
    The sound is......
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    Dual Channel Analog distortion pedal.
    The two channels are identical, with the same settings Gain (distortion level), tone, level.
    Also a Boost switch for each channel.

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple to use as few settings, but branch and sounds.
    The shot of two parallel channels is great for setting a rhythmic sound and a more punchy sound for solos.

    The settings are small but efficient and accurate.

    Small flat for the foot switches that are a little small for my 43 girl, but ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    Its great!
    This is not a distortion of metalheads but something vintage british in mind, but with the ability to send severe if one goes out the knob of distortion.
    The sound is not at all cold and almost sounds like lamps.
    Goes perfectly with a Vox Ac15C2 yet all lamps.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a month, I am happy with the sound.
    I tried pedals lamps and other analog before. I was tempted by blackstar, but the T-rex was a chance for the price.
    I am currently not disappointed with my choice.
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