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Since the introduction of the T-Rex Alberta overdrive, guitarists have embraced the tonal qualities and ease of use of the pedal. So much, that quite a few are using two Albertas to get their fix on stage and in the studio, using one for creamy rhythm sounds and the other for a cutting solo sound.
T-Rex have been asked to come up with a pedal that does this and more, but stays true to the sound, usability and size of the old girl.
On popular demand from guitarists around the world, T-Rex has designed the new T-Rex Alberta II. The classic overdrive sound has doubled in quantity, but the sonic footprint and physical size is the same, giving the user a three step rocket of creamy, responsive overdrive without sacrificing pedalboard real estate.
T-Rex Bass Juice offers organic distortion specially designed for bass. In normal mode (boost function off) it delivers awesome sustain with rich creamy overtones and big bottom. Engage the boost function and you are in fuzztone heaven!
The T-Rex Creamer reverb is designed to be dead simple to operate, but with just enough room for tweaking, so you don´t feel limited in your search for the sonic equivalent of Grand Canyon or that small room we frequently visit every day. The T-Rex Creamer Reverb is your no nonsense, easy-to-use, great sounding reverb pedal that should enhance your playing in such a way, that you never really turn it off – things just sound better with a bit of cream on top!
T-REX DIVA was built to enhance your sound—not replace it. No matter how much gain you add, no matter how you choose to beef up your low end, DIVA will respect your musicianship, your gear and your personal tone. Use it for that subtle “one more notch” effect. Or lay on the gain for some serious, punchy bite. Any way you use it, you’ll sound amazing, just like you.
Enter the new Fuel Tank Chameleon, the most versatile power supply T-Rex has ever produced. Built for players with a large number of diverse pedals, Fuel Tank Chameleon offers all the advantages of our other Fuel Tank power supplies, plus an unprecedented 4 separate voltage options.
The T-Rex FuelTank Classic power adapter delivers 1.500mA of reliable power. Two of the ten outputs provide 12-volt power with isolated ground – one DC and the other AC, for AC pedals. No more batteries to change. No more tangled cables to trip over. T-Rex FuelTank Classic is the perfect power supply unit for guitarists who want to focus on their performance, not their gear.
With 7 isolated outlets and the ability to handle 9, 12 and 18 volt DC pedals plus a 12 volt AC box, T-Rex FuelTank Goliath will power almost every pedal you own – and then some. Each of Goliath’s standard outlets delivers a mammoth 450 mA of 9 or12-volt power – which is enough to keep even the most demanding T-Rex pedals pumping out the tone.
The T-Rex FuelTank Junior is a power supply for your guitar effects pedals that features 5 isolated 9V outputs (120 mA each) to deliver clean, quiet power to your pedals. This keeps your board free of messy power cables and complicated extension cords, and reduces setup and tear-down times. Don’t let the Junior’s compact size fool you – this Fuel Tank Junior is a real powerhouse!
The T-Rex Karma Boost is a single knob operation boost pedal with a surprising amount of tonal variety. Based on the highly regarded T-Rex buffer, the Karma’s non-linear boost circuit makes sure that your tone cuts through. Suitable for guitar, bass or keyboards, it features a subtle edge at higher levels.
T-Rex Mudhoney II – Dirty and sweet, this classic dual distortion pedal has been praised for its amazing tonal range and ability to deliver everything from a smooth dirty edge to a harrowing wall of distorted sound. T-Rex Mudhoney II, a new generation of this classic pedal that keeps everything that was great about the original Mudhoney – and then doubles it!
Studio-quality compression for guitar, bass or even vocals, right from the convenience of your pedal board. Looking for smoother, more sustaining power chords? Need to even out single-note funk lines, blues double stops, or country chicken pickin’ ? The T-Rex NEOCOMP makes it easy to do it all, with up to 9:1 compression and classic compression, gain, attack and release controls. Modelled on the studio-grade Blackmer VCA, the T-Rex NEOCOMP works the charm on any application or instrument.
The T-Rex Nitros Hypergain certainly does capture a very punchy and scooped high gain distortion, but being the most tweakable dirt pedal T-Rex has made, it will also do the “80´s hair rock” sound to a T. And that´s with the gain knob set high…lower settings are great if you are looking for Texas boogie-rock.
The T-Rex Octavius is a tri-tone generator with a perfect set of controls and a brilliant BOOST function. Octavius gives you everything you could want in octave generation-plus incredible T-Rex tone. Octavius lets you get that classic octave-down effect you’ll recognise from Hendrix’ “Machine Gun” and other recordings. But it also lets you add in a high octave so you can hit your audiences with a sonic wall of 3-octave lead lines.
T-Rex Quint Machine can turn your guitar into so much more, with individually adjustable octave up, octave down and 5th up enhancement. Classic octave doubling is cool, but throwing in a 5th up and giving all 3 modulated sounds their own volume control opens up a whole new world. Sound like a 12-string. Sound like an organ. Get rid of your dry signal and sound like a synth just owning that lonely heart.
Between its vibrant sound, tap tempo control, and compact size, the T-Rex Replay Box is a contender for any guitarist’s pedalboard. The all-analog dry signal path maintains your core tone, you have up to three seconds of delay time to play with, and you can quickly tempo-sync the effect with the tap tempo footswitch. True stereo operation is great for two-amp guitar rigs and also means the Replay Box is the perfect delay pedal for any synthesizer.
The T-Rex Replica delay has won so much praise and received so many great reviews, it’s hard to know where to start describing what’s made this pedal such a phenomenon. Is it the perfect mix of controls, the ingenious tap control feature, the astonishingly warm tone? T-Rex Replica delivers everything the most demanding guitarists could want in a delay – which is probably why guitar heroes from Pete Townsend to John Mayer rely on the Replica to help deliver their sound.
The Reptile delay pedal was a milestone in T-Rex Engineering history, where they managed to squeeze all the great sound and most of the features of their revered Replica delay into a pedal that any guitarist could afford. Now, T-Rex is pleased to bring you T-Rex Reptile II Digital Delay, the next step in the evolution of this sonic savage for guitar and bass.
The T-Rex Shafter Wah combines classic tone with new-generation improvements and tremendous adjustability. The Shafter Wah features a much wider frequency sweep, quieter operation, and greater durability thanks to the potentiometer-free design. There is also three completely different wah “characters.” The T-Rex Shafter Wah addresses the weaknesses of classic Wah pedals, and provides beautiful tonality with smooth performance.
The T-Rex SoulMate brings five classic T-Rex pedals into one portable and efficient format. On top of the five high quality pedals is a built-in tuner and an integrated switching system. The SoulMate functions exactly the same as five pedals in a chain would, reducing the amount of time spent in menus or flicking through lists to find what you want. On top of that, the integrated switching system lets you activate any combination of the effects by a single press on a footswitch.
The T-Rex Tunemaster Chromatic Tuner features a large display with contrasting up/down LED indicators. It displays green LEDs surrounding the display to indicate when in tune. The Tunemaster is engineered to make it perfectly clear when your guitar or bass is in tune, even in poor lighting or from a distance.
The T-Rex Vulture has a great, throaty distortion with a nice bite to it but the low end and low midrange can be shaped in many ways, thanks to the low-boost and fat-boost knobs. This allows the player to dial in almost stupid amounts of lows, but the distortion stays tight, not muddy.