Radial Engineering Tonebone TriMode Distortion Pedal  

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Set up three channels of tone on a single-channel amp!

The 12AX7 tube-equipped Radial Tonebone TriMode Distortion Pedal has true-bypass and 2 distorted channels with separate input drive and output level controls. It allows you to set up completely different clean, rhythm, and solo tones from a single pedal and amp combination. There's even an effects loop on channel 2 so you can insert an effect automatically when soloing. Tonebone pedal features include 3-position tone shaping, drive ranges switches, 2-band EQ, independent mid boost on each channel, and high frequency roll-off.

  • 12AX7-equipped tube distortion pedal
  • True-bypass
  • 2 distortion channels
  • Separate input drive and output level controls
  • Effects loop on channel 2
  • 3-position tone shaping
  • Drive range switches
  • 2-band EQ
  • Independent mid boost on each channel
  • High frequency roll-off
  • TRS effects loop insert on channel 2
  • 8"W x 5"H
  • 14 gauge steel construction
  • 3-year warranty

Don't buy another amp, get a Tonebone Tri-Mode! Order TODAY!

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from Ventura CA

Comments about Radial Engineering Tonebone TriMode Distortion Pedal:

I am writing a new soundtrack and needed some new "tools." I am using this Radial TriMode Pedal to create the edge I need for the piece I am working on. After just a few moments of reading the manual, I have begun unleashing the full potential. WOW! I know that I have just scratched the surface, I am quite satisfied with this choice. Tonebone is a bit more expensive than other pedals, but it is well worth it. There shouldn't be any reserves when it comes to creating your own sound.

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