Bigger isn't always better, and T-Rex Engineering proves that every day by being a small, dedicated company putting out some of the best effects units on the market. Need proof of that claim? Just look at a list of the artists who use them, which includes David Gilmour, John Mayer, Gary Moore and Pete Townshend. The name isn't just for play, either: T-Rex Engineering guitar effects pedals come ready to give your sound one heck of a bite. Of course, if you'd prefer your tone smooth and laid-back, you've got that option as well. There's really nothing you can't do with your guitar when you're running your signal through a set of T-Rex effects.
If you're already familiar with T-Rex, then you've probably heard of the Replica Delay/Echo Pedal. With 2000ms of delay and tons of control over your tone, it's the quintessential T-Rex pedal. The Replica has a Guitar Player Editors' Pick award to its credit, thanks to its fantastic range of sounds from vintage to modern. Team it up with pedals like the Neo Compressor, Diva Overdrive and Vulture Distortion, and you've got a world-class pedalboard ready to handle any performance.
Need the best possible customization for your tone? Consider the T-Rex Engineering Mudhoney II Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal. It can produce an incredible variety of tones, so whether you like your distortion ultra-subtle or fuzzy enough to hold a 'fro pick, the Mudhoney can make it happen. If you're big on classic rock, you should also check out the Tremster Tremolo Pedal. It's built to bring back the tremolo sound that characterized vintage tube amps, with the added benefits of modern controls and reliability.
All of these are great examples of T-Rex Engineering guitar effects pedals, and the truth is that they're only the beginning. To get a full perspective on what T-Rex has to offer, the best thing you can do is take a close look at each of the stompboxes in this section. When you do, it's virtually guaranteed that you'll find the effects units you need to craft your new signature sound.