Meet the next generation of our classic tube reverb
The gorgeous-sounding, tube-powered T-Rex Room-Mate has been a huge success with guitarists around the world using it to bring their sound to life.
Now, were proud to present the next generation of our Room-Mate reverb. It offers the same rich, tubey warmth you know from the first Room-Mate, but weve enhanced it based on your feedback.
We started by adding a decay knob so you can adjust the length of your reverb trail all four modes. Then, we added a hi-cut knob for that great vintage vibe, and a gain
knob which makes it possible to use your Room-Mate in an effects loop without overloading the pedals input stage. Read More »
The new Room-Mate offers the same phenomenal-sounding Room , Hall and LFO modes you already know. But weve added a completely revamped Spring mode that will simply blow your mind. When the decay is set low in Spring mode, Room-Mate emulates a short-spring reverb. Turn the decay up, and you get a killer long-spring reverb you just won´t hear anywhere else.
So whether youre a long-time fan or just considering a Room-Mate for the first time, take a minute to listen to what this pedal can do for you sound. We know youre going to love it.
Mix: Mixes the dry and the wet signal. Set at 12 you can hear the guitar go through
Decay: Determines the length of the spring, that is emulated
Hicut: Cuts the high notes on the tail of the reverb. Giving the tail a smooth sound
Level: Controls the output volume
Gain: Controls the level on the input signal. With this knob you can turn down the input signal, if it is too power full. The green light on top of the pedal will go red, if the input signal is too high
and makes the pedal distort.
Spring: Sounds like an old vintage Fender amp with the typical spring based reverb
Room: Typical room reverb. Like a clinic in a small room
Hall: Sounds like a big concert hall
LFO: Reverb with chorus
Pedal gives stereo output through the left and right output jack plugs.
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