T-Rex Replicator Analog Tape Echo Pedal | CME Gear Demo | Chicago Music Exchange



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Lars Dahl-Jorgensen, founder of T-Rex Engineering, stopped by the shop to show off their highly anticipated analog tape delay pedal, The Replicator. Andrew, Alex, Shelby, and Joel put the pedal through the paces with a range of guitars: The Rock N Roll Relics Richards , a Fender Custom Shop Journeyman Relic Stratocaster ( and a one-of-a-kind Gibson L-7C Goldtop from 1949. Last but not least, pushing out all of these sweet tape echo tones is the Supro 1622RT Combo.

The Replicator is T-Rex Engineering’s take on the ultimate tape echo unit, complete with a motor, magnetic heads and a tape cartridge. The goal T-Rex set out to accomplish was to make a tape echo unit that could nail the sound quality of the old echo units, but surpass them in features. With the application of tap tempo, two playback heads for three output modes and a chorus mode that modulates the pitch of the echoes, we would say they nailed it.

Gear Used
T-Rex Replicator Analog Tape Delay
Rock N Roll Relics Richards Butterscotch w/D. Allen P51/Bobcat Pickups
Fender Custom Shop 1963 Stratocaster Journeyman Relic Aged Olympic White (Serial #81938)
Gibson L-7C Gold 1949
Supro 1622RT Tremo-Verb 25W 1×10 Combo

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Shelby plays guitar in the band Minor Characters. Check them out at

Joel plays in sci-fi yacht metal band Royale, check them out here:
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