Vejle, Denmark (December 26, 2014) -- T-Rex Effects will introduce its new Nitros Hypergain Distortion pedal at the 2015 NAMM Show.
Delivering everything from over-the-top scooped metal, rumbling classic rock, and even alternative styles, the Nitros is one of the most tweakable dirt pedals ever made by the Danish effects pedal manufacturer.
T-Rex has incorporated an active 3-band EQ with extremely broad frequency ranges to make the "color" of the distortion highly adjustable. With some moderate EQ cutting/boosting, the Nitros thrives in guitar hero land with plenty of timeless scorching dirt tones at your disposal. Turn the knobs a little further however, and you can push your tone to some EQ extremes - anything from "oops, I forgot to turn off my wah" to "dude, your amp is facing the wall." The voicing of the Nitros can be altered to taste - and even beyond - for some incredibly diverse distortion tones.
- Mid to high gain with tightness and articulation
- Bold and aggressive clipping circuitry
- Active 3-band EQ for extreme shaping of the voicing
- FET Bypass for low switching noise and buffering capabilities
T-Rex Effects, the Danish effects pedal manufacturer, will introduce its brand new line of ToneTrunk pedal boards at the 2015 NAMM Show.
Made from lightweight, durable aluminum, the road-ready pedal boards feature a two-tiered design for easier access to the back row of pedals and provide ample space for extension/patch cables and a power supplies. Solid rubber feet ensure the board remains steadily in place.
Each ToneTrunk board includes a rugged, padded gig bag with shoulder strap, as well as Velcro strips.
T-Rex will offer ToneTrunks in four sizes:
ToneTrunk 70: 70 cm x 31.6 cm (27.5" x 12.4") | MSRP: $179.00
ToneTrunk 56: 56 cm x 31.6 cm (22.0" x 12.4") | MSRP: $139.00
ToneTrunk 45: 45 cm x 31.6 cm (17.7" x 12.4") | MSRP: $119.00
ToneTrunk Minor: 56 cm x 15.8 cm (22.0" x 6.2") | MSRP: $95.00
Separate screw-on brackets for power supplies and wah/volume/expression pedals will also be available (sold separately).
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