T-Rex Soulmate Acoustic

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Multi-effects pedal

  • Classic T-Rex effects & stereo looper for acoustic guitar in a compact housing
  • Fullband compressor
  • Classic warm chorus / detune
  • Delay with tap tempo
  • High-quality Hall algorithms with shimmer
  • Boost (post-effect)
  • 3-band EQ
  • Automatic feedback suppression
  • Integrated chromatic tuner with fast recognition
  • Stereo Looper (5 min)
  • On / off switch with status LED for each effect
  • Expression / Volume pedal input
  • Input with gain control
  • Stereo L / R output
  • Balanced stereo XLR DI-outs
  • 12 DC connector
  • Measurements: 445 x 60 x 150 mm
  • Weight: 2.1 kg
  • Incl. 12 V DC power supply
available since July 2017
Item number 363222
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Modelling No
Incl. Tuner Yes
Expression Pedal No
Headphone Output No
USB Connection No
MIDI Interface No
Battery Operation No
PSU included Yes
£369
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A complete tool box for the acoustic guitar
Donkeyman 06.07.2020
Overall, if you are looking for a one-stop-shop for acoustic guitar effects I would recommend giving this pedal a closer look.

Originally I intended to order an EQ pedal simply to place acoustic guitar tone control directly at my feet. But then I changed my mind and decided to get the entire buffet that is the Soulmate Acoustic and never concern myself again with the acquisition of acoustic guitar effects.

After almost a year without any problems I can say I'm satisfied with this purchase. I mostly use the EQ, compression, reverb, booster and tuner - the modulation, delay and looping are basically ignored. Feedback killer? Yeah I have to use that every now and then too :-) But overall everything sounds great, the product both looks and has proven itself robustly built and considering all of the features packed inside the price seems about right. For me personally most important is the intuitive and simple design - two to three knobs for each effect provides an adequate range of control without overcomplicating things (i.e. effects can be adjusted within the parameters of what 99% of musicians probably want or need).

Only two criticisms. The power supply cable seems really cheap - every time I grab the thing out of my gear bag and plug it in I have a slight foreboding that it won't work. And I don't like the location of the loop station button since I feel I have more control over the timing if I don't have to take my foot off the ground while at the same time trying to avoid striking the boost button.
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Very Impressive
G. Love 14.10.2020
Wow, Im very Impressed by everything this acoustic pedal has to offer. It literally has everything an acoustic player will ever need. It basically replaces 7 individual stompboxes, with one very small footprint. Awesome!

The sound quality on all the functions and effects are very well done. It really feels like a high end professional pedal. Its probably all most will ever need. It pairs very well with my Seagull Artist Mosaic EQ (LR Baggs Anthem system) and my Fishman Loudbox Performer. Those two sound great on their own, but throw in the Soulmate Acoustic and it really adds a nice subtle professional polish on everything. Well done T-Rex!

Thank you Thomann for the great price and speedy delivery to Canada. Cheers Eh!
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Must Have For Acoustic Players
KMickP 12.11.2020
This is an excellent unit which combines all the effects most people will need. Great EQ, chorus, compression, reverb & delay, so pretty much a one stop shop pedal board for acoustic players! Use it in stereo for the best results! Great build quality, great for live or recording, hence the 5 star rating!
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This is a very good pedal that I don't like
Bobbo Byrnes 22.07.2019
I used delay, boost, looper and tuners and EQ - so why don't I like this pedal?

My biggest complaint is the looper buttons are way up top to the right. This would be fine I think if you play sitting down but standing on stage I found myself balancing myself so as to be able to turn things off and on in time and in a very awkward way.

I was annoyed by their not being the option of "trails" on the delay and reverb. When you turn them off they are off. No lingering notes. It ended up sounding like a bad edit for me.

The EQ section was nice and I liked the tap tempo feature and shimmer effect but the lack of trails on this was a real let down.

I'm not much for chorus, when I want that sound I play a 12 string. That said you could dial in the chorus to very subtle and that was nice as was the compressor and boost functions.

The build was top notch and everything "felt" great. But just didn't work for me standing up. If I sat down to perform I would've liked this about 27% more.
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