T-Rex Effects introduces Mudhoney II and Octavius

T-Rex Effects adds to their distortion/overdrive and modulation pedal lineups with the Mudhoney II and the Octavius. T-Rex Effects added a second distortion channel to the Mudhoney to create the Mudhoney II. Each channel has 4 controls for each channel: Gain, Level, Tone, and Boost. The dual distortion pedal features the same boost function from the original Mudhoney with a huge amount of range.

Mudhoney II Specifications:

- Input Impedance@1KHz: higher than 1M ohm
- Output Impedance@1KHZ: lower than 1K ohm
- Power supply: 9V DC (Power tool 9)
- Minimum Power supply Voltage: 8V DC
- Maximum Power supply Voltage: 12,5V DC
- Current Draw @ 9V DC: 20 mA
- Maximum Input signal Vp/p: 1,5Vp/p
- Battery Type: 9V battery 6F22
- Battery Life: 6 to 9 Hour
- External connectors: Input Jack, Output Jack, 9V DC Jack
- Controls: 2 x Gain, 2 x Level, 2 x Tone, 2 x Boost, On/Off
- Size Box: 100 x 120 x 55mm
- Weight (excl. battery): 497 grams packed in box

The Octavius provides an octave-down and octave-up effect, which you can adjust with the Lo Oct, High Oct, Master Mix, and Boost knobs. The tri-tone generator pedal also features an On/Off footswitch and a Boost footswitch.

Octavius Specifications:

- Input Impedance@1KHz: higher than 1M ohm
- Output Impedance@1KHZ: lower than 1K ohm
- Power supply: 12V DC, 800 mA external power supply; runs on 100/115/230V AC/50–60Hz, dependent on country
- Minimum Power supply Voltage: 8,5V DC
- Maximum Power supply Voltage: 12,5V DC
- Current Draw @ 9V DC: 155 mA
- Maximum Input signal Vp/p: 2,7 Vp/p
- External connectors: Input Jack, Output Jack, 9-12V DC Jack
- Controls: Lo Oct, High Oct, Master Mix, Boost
- Size Box: 100 x 120 x 55mm + switches and knobs
- Weight (excl. battery): 660 grams packed in box

For more information, please visit www.t-rex-effects.com

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