Fender Australia Roadshow


Want to get your hands on all the sweet new Fender gear that’ll be on show at NAMM, but you’re stuck back home in Australia? Never fear! The Fender Roadshow is on again, it’s free, and you’ll get to fondle and fetishise all sorts of Fender models, as well as listen to some stellar playing from the one and only Greg Koch. Here are the details:

The Fender® Roadshow is a unique opportunity to see, hear, feel and play the latest Fender guitars and amps, as well as a selection of the finest Custom Shop models.

During a two-hour show, international guitar-fiend Greg Koch will put a ton of delicious gear through its paces, revealing a few insights, tips and tricks, and of course there’ll be plenty of seriously rocking tunes with the all-star backing band.

After the show there is plenty of hands-on time to check out all the gear for yourself! Read More …

NEWS: T-Rex Gristle King

Check out this wild new Gristle King boost/overdrive pedal from T-Rex. A collaboration between technician Tim Jauerning and guitarist Greg Koch, this pedal revives the spirit of those early 90s DOD pedals (later reissued by DigiTech) such as the Death Metal, which had controls labelled ‘Scream,’ ‘Guts,’ ‘Pain’ and ‘R.I.P’. The Gristle King’s controls are ‘Gristle,’ ‘Tone,’ ‘Gravy’ and ‘Flavour’ – so if ever you were dialing in a tone and you felt you needed more gravy, this pedal’s for you.

CLICK HERE to see T-Rex pedals at Tunnel Vision Music.

T-Rex Presents the Gristle King Pedal

The Gristle King is a combination of the features of the DGTM and the Luxury Drive, offering a wide variety of boost and overdrive possibilities. Besides the controls that are also appearing on the DGTM (Gristle, Tone, Gravy and Flavour) and the Luxury Drive (MORE), the DGTM has two new toggles (Pre/Post & Phat). The Gristle King gives you two effects, plus extra tonal possibilities, in one compact unit.

The Gristle pedal line was born in the US as a result of the cooperation between technician Tim Jauernig and guitar player Greg Koch. T-Rex adopted the Gristle pedals and they are now official members of the T-Rex pedal family.

For more information, visit their web site at http://www.t-rex-eng.com.