Radial Engineering Hot British
Radial Engineering Hot British

Hot British, Distortion from Radial Engineering in the Tonebone series.

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charly700's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Radial Engineering Hot British
Distortion pedal tube 12 AX7
1 input 1 output
various switches for awesome sound


Use can be tedious for a beginner because of the number of switches


Grain distortion pleasant, grainy, compact drive but becomes rough beyond 3 / 4, or to the metal furious, blah.

solution, then use an equalizer or compressor as bright as the home aphex punch factory to the pedal.

Very well to the van halen, metal and other rock couillu but the solution I am advocating.

Also performs well with single coil mircos like a stratocaster.


I use the hot british 2 years.
Pedal with a blade inside, full of knobs to sculpt the sound depth.

Goodies: grain, switches, lots of gain, goes well with single coil pickups and humbucker

The -: After three quarters of the race, the drive becomes rough (my solution: a compressor aphex punch factory at the foot that compresses the sound and makes Brilant how to excite a).
The switch was released after several hours of use soft, I had to replace it with better quality.

A pedal too expensive compared to the quality provided