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One of the coolest, most diverse distortion pedal I have ever had

Discussion in 'The Effect effect' started by jguitarnash, Jun 15, 2010.

  1. jguitarnash

    jguitarnash Senior Stratmaster

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    I just got a Radial Tonebone Classic last week. Its got a 12AX7 tube in it and I am quickly falling in love with it. This thing is really tweakable and the youtube vids dont do it justice. (not me playing but a review i found on youtube.) Its got midrange and highend adjustments, not to mention low, medium and high gain as well. Definitely worth checking out.


    YouTube - ToneBone Classic Distorion Demo
     
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    StratDen Senior Stratmaster

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    How does yours sound with your single coils versus the video's LP hums?
     
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    jguitarnash Senior Stratmaster

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    It sounds great. Dig getting the many different levels of gain from one pedal. I think this pedal would sound good with any guitar.
     
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    scotzoid Senior Stratmaster

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    Sounds cool! Couldn't help but notice that the guy admits he sold the pedal shortly after he made the video :rolleyes:
    I've been scoping out some of the real tube driven pedals for a while, only the prices have held the GAS in so far; the upside of that is it gives me plenty of time to check 'em all out until I can justify paying $200 or more on a boost/OD. I've had my eye on the Vox ToneLab, but all the digital stuff there scares a gear Neanderthal like me; The Tonebone looks like something even a caveman can work with, & at $50 less than the Blackstar Dual that had me GASsing a few months back...
     
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    flat_twin Strat-Talker

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    I've been very curious about the classic and the tri-mode tonebone. I've been using the pz-pre acoustic pre amp for over a year now and it's a very nice unit. I'm sure the other tonebone products are just as well thought out. Right now I'm getting by with a 30 year old DOD overdrive. Having additional control over the tone with the overdrive engaged would be great.
     

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