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Radial ToneBone Hot British Tube Distortion Pedal

Radial Hot British
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List Price: $275.00
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Product Code: 9999-05594


Radial ToneBone Hot British Tube Distortion Pedal

Radial ToneBone Hot British Tube Distortion Pedal

Radial ToneBone Hot British Tube Distortion Pedal Details
The Radial Tonebone Hot British Tube Drive Effects Pedal is tube overdrive distortion at its best! It's the perfect choice for huge, chunky rhythm; fat, scooped tones; and soaring, screaming solos. You get that natural, even harmonic distortion only a tube can provide - from the sound of a 4x12 double stack to the power-chord mayhem of metal thrashing over barbed wire, it's all here.

5 knobs and 3 switches make it easy to sculpt your tone the way you like. Level provides overall output level control to your amp. High and low EQ knobs let you fine-tune the tonal character, while the contour knob works with the Voicing switch to boost or cut the mids. The drive knob adjusts the input level for optimum distortion. For switches, the Top End offers Bright, Flat, and Dark settings to shape the feel and overall tone. Voicing shapes the tonal range to flat, scoop, or extra-fat. Mid Boost gives you a 7dB or 12dB boost to give your solos extra meat to cut through the mix. The heavy-duty footswitch controls a true-bypass circuit and a bright red LED can be seen on any stage. Includes power supply.

Radial ToneBone Hot British Tube Distortion Pedal Features

  • Aggressive, natural tube sound
  • Extremely flexible tone shaping
  • Rugged, high-end build quality
  • Super quiet

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Sounds good, but maybe overrated. January 12, 2010
Reviewer: The money you could be saving with GEICO from New York United States  
I owned a very early one of these before Radial bought them, in the original painted housing. Sounded great for THAT sound. But beware, it is not really true bypass - there is a cap and some resistors in the bypass circuit, and a measurable load on the input when bypassed. Also, the tube has no effect on the sound - it's all diode clipping. Also, mine failed intermittently and they could not fix it - but they were incredibly nice about it and never charged me. I scrapped it for parts. But, it sounded good and was very versatile.

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