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Reverb from Radial Engineering belonging to the 500 series

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Radial Engineering Ltd. announces the Radial TankDriver, a 500 series module that enables the user to use the spring reverb in a guitar amplifier and bring this effect into a recording system.

Designed to fit both the Radial Workhorse and older API type racks, the TankDriver features a wet dry mix to balance the signal and shimmer and boom controls to add top-end or extra boom to the tone.

 

“For older reverbs that may be less sensitive, a drive switch increases the output to compensate, ” the company says. For those who are equipped with Workhorse, the Omniport adds a TRS insert point for easy interfacing to a patchbay.

 

To setup the TankDriver, patch a set of ¼” to RCA cables from the TankDriver’s front panel to the reverb unit and adjust the levels. Changing the length (size) of the reverb further alters the tone, according to Radial.

 

Pricing & Availability:

The TankDriver will begin shipping at the end of the month. (US List price: $300.)

 

For more information: Radial Engineering

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