Radial Engineering Tonebone Classic Tube Distortion PedalSku #153900000000000 Radial Engineering 153900 HBAH Overdrive, Distortion, Fuzz & Boost Effects Pedals https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Big, fat, mega-searing tube tone without modeling!
The Radial Tonebone Classic Tube Drive Pedal is the perfect choice for players that want extra growl in their sound. From a light crunch to severe overdrive, the Classic offers tremendous flexibility. You get that natural, even-harmonic distortion only a tube can provide. From the sweet spot of a vintage tweed to hot-rod amps that smoke the blues, 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 filter knob provides a gentle roll-off for extra-bright amps. 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. Mid Boost is designed with classic amp sounds in mind, and gives you a 7dB or 12dB boost so your solos cut through. Drive Gain sets the distortion range to low, medium, or high. The heavy-duty footswitch controls a true-bypass circuit and a bright red LED can be seen on any stage. Includes power supply.
- Rich, natural tube sound
- Extremely flexible tone shaping
- Rugged, high-end build quality
Don't settle for one-dimensional tone from your pedals . . . get amp-like drive with the Tonebone Classic!
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I thought the pedal was not bad. It sounded solid state to me instead of the nice tube sound I was expecting. There are a lot of nice features on this pedal, which was one of the reasons I bought it.
Un-real pedal. You can get so many different types of tones. It sounds great through tubed amps, as it should. The sound through a solid state is very dull and not full. I have used it to get so many great tones for smooth solos or heavier guitar riffs.