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Radial Engineering Hot British

Distortion from Radial Engineering belonging to the Tonebone series.

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Radial Tonebone Hot British

Radial Engineering Hot BritishPublished on 08/11/06 at 15:00
iv been playing for a while know im 13 and i like guns n roses,nirvana,led zeppelin,pixies,aerosmith etc.

ive been looking for the perfect distortion peddle and ive found it.they had it at the amp shop in shermen oaks on the corner of vanoen and woodmen it was 219 bucks but man it was sssssssssssssooooooooooooooooo worth it.

its simply perfect not one flaw with it. you could adjust it to sound like aerosmith or take it all the way down to the misfits. its range of different music goes on forever, and perfect clean sound.

nothing at all.

super durable,long lasting,clean sound.

its great if you like classic rock and a little jazz i advise everyonbe to get this

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iv been playing for a while know im 13 and i like guns n roses,nirvana,led zeppelin,pixies,aerosmith etc.

ive been looking for the perfect distortion peddle and ive found it.they had it at the amp shop in shermen oaks on the corner of vanoen and woodmen it was 219 bucks but man it was sssssssssssssooooooooooooooooo worth it.

its simply perfect not one flaw with it. you could adjust it to sound like aerosmith or take it all the way down to the misfits. its range of different music goes on forever, and perfect clean sound.

nothing at all.

super durable,long lasting,clean sound.

its great if you like classic rock and a little jazz i advise everyonbe to get this

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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jm_pro2000jm_pro2000

Radial Engineering Hot BritishPublished on 05/15/06 at 05:37
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
That big sound
Lamp Ruby 12AX7

USE

Easy to use

SOUND QUALITY

The massacre

NOTICE GLOBAL

1 month ago
No ngatif points
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KirKillKirKill

Tonetoncul

Radial Engineering Hot BritishPublished on 05/12/14 at 08:55
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Plexi-type pedal drive with 1 lamp 12AX7, it is in the version with single channel pedal Plexitube home Radial
1 level
1 low
1 high
1 outline
1 drive
1 3-position switch for top end (brightness level)
1 3-position switch for voicing
1 switch 3 position for Mid boost
True Bypass
little regret there is no knob middle, just a little switch

UTILIZATION

RAS

SOUND QUALITY

this is where it will hurt the sound is boxy and fuzzy in my Fender 65 with my Les Paul impossible to have a correct and most dynamic sound drive crashed, if I compare it with the Plexitone Carl Martin, there is not shit Carl Martin is at the top but well above, for a pedal that I sold I end up......
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Plexi-type pedal drive with 1 lamp 12AX7, it is in the version with single channel pedal Plexitube home Radial
1 level
1 low
1 high
1 outline
1 drive
1 3-position switch for top end (brightness level)
1 3-position switch for voicing
1 switch 3 position for Mid boost
True Bypass
little regret there is no knob middle, just a little switch

UTILIZATION

RAS

SOUND QUALITY

this is where it will hurt the sound is boxy and fuzzy in my Fender 65 with my Les Paul impossible to have a correct and most dynamic sound drive crashed, if I compare it with the Plexitone Carl Martin, there is not shit Carl Martin is at the top but well above, for a pedal that I sold I end up with a pedal less and more expensive ... hello sodomy, guys they could have a jar of vaseline and gloves mappa at this price
on my amp Mesa, there is also a funny DVD Gad Elmaleh from family directos we doing in the trash, the sound is transparent limit, no character is soft knee drive it's effect PC
The argument is purely commercial lamp should not this deluded, it does strictly brings nothing like most pedals lamps elsewhere ... except exeption

OVERALL OPINION

Radial I have some product like their DI boxes or side Reamp Studio OK there are good on the other hand for pedals drive ah there it is not a disaster ... the whole series is to throw, I have not tested the London but it strongly resembles the same without lamp
I think this pedal is geared more for studio use or registration on its sting directly from the console and reworks the signal from a soft
For my part, bought second-hand pedal sold presto, I'm going to Bogner Blue we'll see
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MoulesFritesMoulesFrites

very expensive and not very good

Radial Engineering Hot BritishPublished on 03/29/13 at 12:01
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
see website builder
1 lamp 12 AX7 in the circuit but for me this is a joke or a commercial argument fallacious.
footswitch defective only after a few uses. the price of the pedal is a shame

UTILIZATION

there aplein to switch to sculpt the sound by cutting, adding the medium, making the sound more so creamy. it is very easy to use. may be less for a beginner.

SOUND QUALITY

the sound is very dynamic unless you place a treble booster pedal in upstream élaircit a little signal. big headroom but sound very much like a honeycomb in final.csonne lamp transistor and not a penny. Moreover, is it really serves to separate effect pedal in garland

OVERALL OPINION

disappointment.......
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1 lamp 12 AX7 in the circuit but for me this is a joke or a commercial argument fallacious.
footswitch defective only after a few uses. the price of the pedal is a shame

UTILIZATION

there aplein to switch to sculpt the sound by cutting, adding the medium, making the sound more so creamy. it is very easy to use. may be less for a beginner.

SOUND QUALITY

the sound is very dynamic unless you place a treble booster pedal in upstream élaircit a little signal. big headroom but sound very much like a honeycomb in final.csonne lamp transistor and not a penny. Moreover, is it really serves to separate effect pedal in garland

OVERALL OPINION

disappointment. pedal very expensive and of poor quality which made exorbitant is not justified. you have been warned. if you want a good distortion lamp think blackstar ht series pedal.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Radial Engineering
  • Model: Hot British
  • Series: Tonebone
  • Category: Distortions
  • Added in our database on: 07/19/2005

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