This floor version of the RPM rackmount provides the same detailed tone shaping possibilities for any signal source. It is particularly useful with acoustic, electric and bass guitars, and upright bass, either direct to a mixing console or with an instrument amplifier. >More
The Radial JDX 48 Reactor is a direct box designed to capture the explosive dynamics and warmth of an electric guitar amplifier by connecting between the guitar amp head and speaker cabinet. This delivers a sound that is similar to a well-placed microphone while eliminating the frustrating inconsistencies. >More
Whether you're recording or on stage, you need a reliable DI box to get your guitar sound to the console with full dynamics and power and yet, without noise. Engineered for electric guitar, the GI100 features a switchable speaker simulation designed by Juergen Rath that so realistically emulates a 4 x 12 in. cabinet you may never need to mic your speakers again. >More
Restore the full rich tone you lose when you plug your guitar into a wireless transmitter or other types of buffered inputs like those of effects, mixers, sound cards or recorders. Dragster's exclusive Drag control makes passive pickups think (and sound like) they're connected directly to a amplifier input by allowing you to precisely dial in the correct amount of impedance loading. Result Your guitar tone regains it's warmth -- it feels 'right' again and your performance sounds great! >More
The Radial Elevator is a multi-level power booster designed to push the front end of a guitar amplifier for more punch while lowering overall system noise. Unlike most pedals that employ integrated chips (ICs) to create gain, the Elevator features a 100% discrete class-A signal path. >More
The Palmer PDI-CTC (Palmer Direct Injection Box - Classic Tube Circuit) is intended for DI and preamp use. For the latter, a 4-band filter circuit has been integrated. >More
The Radial SGI Studio Guitar Interface includes two boxes -- an innovative 'send & receive' combo that allows a guitar signal to travel from the control room across balanced studio wiring to a distant amplifier as far as 500 feet away while retaining the natural tone of the guitar. With the Radial SGI connected, it allows the guitar player to monitor his sound in real time while recording so that he can hear what is actually going to tape without having to use headphones or be adjacent to the guitar amp. >More
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