T-Rex Replay Box Stereo Delay Pedal

Stereo Delay Effects Pedal for Electric Guitar with Volume, Mix, Repeat, and Tempo Controls, and Tap Tempo Switch
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Compact Stereo Delay with Big Creative Potential

Between its vibrant sound, tap tempo control, and compact size, the T-Rex Replay Box is a contender for any guitarist's pedalboard. The all-analog dry signal path maintains your core tone, you have up to three seconds of delay time to play with, and you can quickly tempo-sync the effect with the tap tempo footswitch. True stereo operation is great for two-amp guitar rigs and also means the Replay Box is the perfect delay pedal for any synthesizer. The subdivision switch lets you select from quarter note, triplet, or dotted eighth note delays. Guitarists at Sweetwater agree - the T-Rex Replay Box is an outstanding delay 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 Replay Box Stereo Delay Pedal Features:
  • Stereo delay pedal with Volume, Mix, Repeat, and Tempo controls
  • Easily sync the delay effect to your music with Tap Tempo
  • Switch between quarter note, triplet, and dotted eighth note subdivisions
  • Up to 3 seconds of delay time
  • All-analog dry signal path maintains your core tone
  • Pristine and clear-sounding delay effects, perfect for guitars or synthesizers
  • Requires 9-volt power supply (sold separately)
The T-Rex Replay Box is a pristine-sounding delay with lots of creative potential.

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Delay
Maximum Delay Time 3 seconds
Inputs 2 x 1/4" (left, right)
Outputs 2 x 1/4" (left, right)
Height 2.0"
Width 4.5"
Depth 2.4"
Weight 9.5 oz.
Power Supply Included 9V DC power supply required
Manufacturer Part Number 10090

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Does the thing

I love it, i got it to replace my T-REX tap tone on an overcrowded board. I also have gotten a recent obsession for stereo, and was hoping to add to that with this. One thing worth noting is that i was really looking forward to some really cool stereo pinging and ponging between left and right but this pedal doesnt do that at all, hooking it up stereo ins and outs just provides you with two seperate delay paths, which is squeaky clean and all but i wanted the trip ailen noises bouncing around me. Still, my stereo electric mistress going into it provides cool stereo delay wierdness. Aside from all of that, its a great pedal, the tap divider is nice, it is the size it should be and not strangely massive like some pedals out there, and sounds really nice and clean, i just wish it had ping pong. Great pedal though, and perfect for a board, because they always get too crowded. P.S. Why is there a volume knob? Goofy danes...
Music background: Grew up in a studio, write and record progressive rock

Does the job, but don't buy it for your stereo obsession

I was infatuated with this pedal as soon as i saw it, stereo, with subdividing tap tempo and small enough to fit into that spot where my current delay pedal was hanging off my pedalboard.But, alas, not as sweet as my expectations.First off, i have a stereo craving, and was looking forward to having delays bouncing around me until i got dizzy. But this was not so. It is stereo, but has no stereo effect whatsoever, it just pretends to be two channels of identical delay... Which is cool i guess but not at all what i was looking for.Second, why in the name of music and all that is holy is there a volume knob on it? WHY!? Why does a delay need a master volume knob, which you can only turn down, because at top volume is the signal level that is going into it. Useless knob, especially when there could have been a bite knob like on the tap tone, the t rex pedal that it replaced, and was replaced by. I thought i had a third complaint, but i dont, those other two ruined it for me, and i am unsatisfied.
Music background: Complicated
See also: Reverb Pedals, T-Rex, T-Rex Reverbs and Delays