T-Rex Quint Machine Four-tone Generator Pedal

Pitch Effects Pedal for Electric Guitar with Octave Up, Octave Down, and Fifth Up
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Octave Up, Octave Down, and Fifth Up Effects

From 12-string guitar tones to organ sounds and synth effects, the T-Rex Quint Machine gives you much more than octave doubling effects. You have separate volume controls for Fifth Up, Octave Up, and Octave Down effects. Blend them with your dry signal, or remove your dry tone altogether for more extreme effects. And thanks to precise polyphonic tracking, the pitch effects won't glitch out even when you're playing your fastest. Guitarists at Sweetwater know that sometimes an octave effect is just what you need to take a guitar part over the top, and we're impressed with the sonic range of the T-Rex Quint Machine pitch shifter pedal.

T-Rex effects: guitarist designed, quality built

Danish tone pioneers T-Rex Engineering have been making quality effects pedals and guitar gear since the 1990s. T-Rex pedals are made using some of the best components in the industry, like film/foil electrolytic capacitors, lifetime-use pots, and rugged footswitches, toggles, and connectors. T-Rex's better-known pedals include the Replica digital delay and Mudhoney distortion, which can be found on the pedalboards of top guitarists David Gilmour, John Mayer, Mark Tremonti, and Steve Morse.

T-Rex Quint Machine Pitch Effects Pedal Features:
  • Pitch effects pedal with Octave Up, Octave Down, and Fifth Up
  • Separate volume controls for each pitch offer a wide range of effects
  • Combine with your dry signal, or leave your dry signal out
  • Ideal for 12-string guitar tones, organ sounds, and synth-style effects
  • Fast polyphonic tracking for tight pitch effects that won't glitch out
  • Powered by 9-volt power supply (sold separately)
Expand the sonic range of your guitar with the T-Rex Quint Machine pedal.

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Tech Specs

Pedal Type Octave pedal
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries Optional 9V battery (30-60 minute lifespan)
Height 2.0"
Width 2.4"
Depth 4.6"
Weight 7.4 oz.
Power Supply Included 9V DC 145 mA power supply required
Manufacturer Part Number 10094

Customer Reviews

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Quint machine is a jaw droppingly great octave pedal

The Quint is an extremely musical pedal. Tracks like a dream and the 5th above creates unbelievable texture and for want of a better word girth or harmonic density to chords and single notes. I have the micro-pog and that is a fine pedal indeed, but the Quint is in a league of its own. As always The shopping experience at Sweetwater was exceptional. I feel like Derek is a real friend, he always has time to chat with me when I am making a purchase or researching a pedal or other musical product. I have bought a ton of stuff from Derek and Sweetwater, I recommend them to all my friends. I purchased the Quint while Derek was out of the office, and his team treated me like family! You can't go wrong with the Quint if you are looking for something special in a polyphonic octave pedal, and you can't go wrong getting your gear from Sweetwater!
Music background: 40 year hobbyist, with a few years of serious club gigs and studio work in the days of tape

T-Rex Quint Machine.

If you are in the market for an octave pedal this is it. It has incredible tracking with very little latency. The controls are laid out in an obvious manner and easily understandable. I love that you can pick each octave and or the +fifth in any combination or on it's own. This pedal also has a rather small footprint so it won't hog real estate on your pedal board. It's a little smaller than a tube screamer. I'll be looking into more T-Rex products. I'm glad Sweetwater add this great company to their available products list.

Quint Octave pedal

This is probably the best tracking non glitch octave pedal I have ever used. Lower 8va is deep and powerful, high 8va has that sort of POG flavor to it, OK the 5th is really nice and separates this pedal from the pack. Do not count on a realistic 12 string, upper 8va sounds more synthy like a POG does. Tracking is polyphonic to be sure, seems to render chords both clean or gain. I find it works before or after some dirt depending on your taste. After deepens the effect, might be too much.INfront sounds the best to me with the drive or high gain helping to absorb the level. The low end can rattle speakers even good ones so watch the level. The mix control is essential to tame it down. I like to dial in a more subtle thickening enhancement and keep the mix more to dry. Does a bitchin low 8va and together not so much that organ mimic the POG does but all octaves and 5th are true to what you play. Nice pedal, I like it, My only issues is that I prefer a lower 5th over a higher 5th which would be much cooler for my tastes. But when compared to most octave pedals this puppy does the deal with flawless tracking, build quality is on par w T-Rex performance. Cool pedal but like I said a lower 5th would have been perfect but still a myriad of tone options.
Music background: 42 yrs been there done that
See also: Harmonizer Pedals, T-Rex, T-Rex Harmony Processors