The T-Rex Fuel Tank Junior is a lean, mean power supply that will handle virtually any 9-Volt effects pedal - and then some. Just like its big sister Juicy Lucy, Junior features 5 isolated outputs that deliver clean, quiet power to your pedals. Don't let the compact size of this unit fool you - Fuel Tank Junior is a real powerhouse! >More
The Fuel Tank Chameleon is the most versatile power supply T-Rex has ever produced. Built for players with a large number of diverse pedals, the Fuel Tank Chameleon offers all the advantages of the other Fuel Tank power supplies, plus an unprecedented 4 separate voltage options! >More
T-Rex has had many requests for a more straight sounding delay pedal that is clearer and more true to the incoming guitar signal. By using new hardware, they not only created a very studio-like sounding delay with the Replay Box, but were able to increase the delay time to a maximum of 3 seconds. >More
The T-Rex Shafter Wah is a rugged, highly versatile wah-wah effect that puts you in charge of your pedal instead of the other way around. The SHAFTER is T-Rex's best shot at a genuine next-generation wah-wah pedal with a premium-quality custom coil and far more versatility than you get with a traditional wah. >More
The most musical drive out there, DIVA adds all the edge you want without ever threatening your core sound. Built on a firm foundation of legendary JRC4558 IC gain, the DIVA DRIVE is quite simply the most musical, versatile overdrive pedal T-Rex has ever produced. >More
The Mudhoney is the ultimate "fire and brimstone" machine. With the boost function disengaged, it provides a mild to fierce boost (depending on gain setting), with lots of bottom, easily recreating psychadelic guitar sounds of the '60s. When the boost is engaged, the gain becomes much more sensitive and is capable of unleashing the most hairy "in your face" fuzz mania by adding a wild subharmonic beneath the selected fuzz setting. >More
The Vulture started its life, when it was plugged in one of the very first pedals T-Rex made. That pedal had a certain sound to it that they really liked, but it was a bit grungy in the low-end. T-Rex wanted to make a pedal with that sound, but with a tighter, less fuzzy low end and with more gain. >More
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