T-Rex about v1
Room-Mate from T-Rex Engineering is the sweetest-sounding reverb pedal you've ever heard. That's because the four guitar reverb presets are only the start of the rich, warm sound that this box delivers.
A built-in 300 volt power supply takes the whole effect to the next level - powering a T-Rex tube that adds a voluminous, earthy warmth to incredible detail and spacious true stereo.
But don't take our word for it - plug your guitar into Room-Mate just once - and you'll never want to use another reverb again.
Room-Mate's mode knob gives you a choice of four signature presets:
- Classic Plate is everything you want in a vintage medium plate reverb.
- Warm Hall gives you a bigger sound with a natural warmth.
- With superb high-end resolution, Bright Hall gives you amazing detail.
- Chorus with Warm Reverb is sweet-sounding effect for bringing your acoustic guitar to life on stage.
To shape your sound further, Room-Mate features a mix control and a high cut knob for increasing definition or backing off on the highs vintage-style. And there's naturally a stereo out for the studio or stereo live situations.
T-Rex about v2
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, we're 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 we've 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 pedal's input stage.
The new Room-Mate offers the same phenomenal-sounding Room , Hall and LFO modes you already know. But we've 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 wonÂ´t hear anywhere else.
- 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