Noisy T-Rex... Back to Denmark?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by gem, Mar 2, 2012.

  1. gem

    gem Member

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    Just wondering if there are any recommendations. My Replica has instantly gotten rather buzzy and I am hoping to solve the problem in the conUS.

    Any tips?
     
  2. tommc

    tommc Member

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    What are you using for power? Try it with a battery (if possible) or a different power supply before shipping it off. Also try using a power supply for just that one pedal. Sometimes if you are using a daisy chain like a one-spot, adding another pedal to the load will cause noise. I've been trouble shooting a similar problem. It may not be that the new pedal itself is noisy, just that the total load is now causing a problem. Good luck.

    On another note, I was surprised to see the T-Rex Fuel Tank I just bought was made in China..... Guess American companies are not the only ones outsourcing.
     
  3. gem

    gem Member

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    Thanks for the reply Tom. I have been using this in conjunction with other pedals and a PP2 so for quite a while this setup was a ok.

    I am hoping there is someone around here that cam handle repairing this thing.
     

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