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[Musikmesse] T-Rex Engineering SpinDoctor 2

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Tube Guitar Preamp from T-Rex Engineering .

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T-Rex is showing the SpinDoctor 2 at Musikmesse.

Features:

  • 4 channels of T-Rex tone
  • Tone controls let you tune your tone (bass, mid, treble and presence) for each individual channel
  • Motorized knobs move when you switch channels
  • Read & Write automation lets you dial in your preferred settings in a split second
  • Gain gives you the entire spectrum of warm analogue gain in a single knob.
  • Added extra speaker-simulation output to plug into a studio mixer or AD converter


T-Rex Effects will be displaying several other new products as well at Musikmesse Frankfurt from March 21 to 24, 2012.
We will be located at booth D20 in hall 4.1.

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