I’m currently running a give away to win this particular pedal – T-Rex Tonebug Booster. For those of you that are interested in the T-Rex Tonebug Booster, we put a quick demo of what this guy does. I like clean boosts. They’re simple and designed pretty much to do one thing – increase your guitar input signal to the pre-amp or to pedals. This can be especially great if you’re playing through a tube amp to get some nice natural amp break up. Normally clean boosts have just a single knob to manage the input gain, but the T-Rex Tonebug Booster also has a mid-scoop control to help contour the mid-range, which can be useful.
Here is what T-Rex has to say about their T-Rex Tonebug Booster:
You know the problem… When itâ€™s time for you launch into another brilliant solo, how do you make yourself heard above the rest of the band?
Basically, youâ€™ve got to turn up the volume, but thatâ€™s easier said than done. You can keep the volume knob on your guitar down when youâ€™re playing rhythm and turn it up for leads â€“ but that takes half the tone and all the shine out of your rhythm sound.
Or you can turn around and crank up your amp in the middle of the song â€“ missing bars, losing your audience and â€“ letâ€™s face it â€“ usually forgetting to turn it down again when your solo is over.
Introducing T-Rex Booster
Booster is the perfect solution when you want to turn your volume up or down on the fly â€“ without losing your tone. The way it works couldnâ€™t be simpler: You set the right volume for your solos compared to rhythm parts, and then you stomp on the box when you take a solo.
Added SCOOP control
Sometimes, tweaking your equalization can also help you rise above the rest of the band. Thatâ€™s why Booster comes with a cool SCOOP knob, which lets you fine-tune your solo tone in addition to boosting your volume.
Part of the T-Rex Tonebug series
Booster is part of the T-Rex Tonebug series, a growing line of pedals that combines the classic T-Rex tone found in our high-end pedals with intuitive, uncomplicated controls â€“ all at a price that any guitarist can afford.
Once youâ€™ve give Booster a try, youâ€™ll wonder why you waited so long to add one to your pedal board.
For this demo, I again asked Jimmy Rolle to help out. He’s playing his Les Paul Custom Shop Elegant into a Rivera Knucklehead 100w head through a Marshall 4×12 cabinet. The audio was recorded with a Shure SM57 and Fathead Ribbon Mic. There is nothing between the guitar and the amp besides this pedal.
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You can listen to the high quality MP3 clip via SoundCloud
Now, if you’re liking what you’re hearing, and as I mentioned, I’m giving this pedal away! I’ll be accepting entries for a few more days, so be sure to get your entry in before it’s too late! You can find full details about the T-Rex Tonebug Booster Give Away here.