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Radial JDX Direct Drive Amp Emulator And DI Box – New Radial Looper Phaser Guitar Effect Pedal


Amp no longer necessary. The Radial JDX is a compact and unique unit that is designed simulate the sound of a guitar amplifier as well as being a direct box. The guitar signal is passed through a series of filters which culminates in Radials signature JDX tone. Additionally the JDX features two more emulation settings…

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The Radial JDX Direct Drive Amp Emulator And DI Box is in New condition and made by Radial , it is a great Looper Phaser Guitar Effect Pedal – Amp no longer necessary. The Radial JDX is a compact and unique unit that is designed simulate the sound of a guitar amplifier as well as being a direct box. The guitar signal is passed through a series of filters which culminates in Radials signature JDX tone. Additionally the JDX features two more emulation settings (alongside the 57 onto 4×12) including a classi tube head setting and a twin combo setting. The direct box output features a 180-degree polarity reverse switch that aids phase-alignment between the monitors and stage amp. The JDX also features a ground lift switch which helps to eliminate any hum and buzz caused by ground loops. The amp tone signal is processed through the JDX via the 1/4 guitar level output or a balanced XLR that feeds a PA. The JDX is also highly durable thanks to its 14-gauge steel construction that helps prevent damage to the internal components and reduces any external noise that could become apparent from external magnetic fields. This handy device means you no longer have to worry about lugging amps to gigs- winning! . Available from Just Pedals for only £ 217 Features Emulates different guitar tones Doubles up as a direct box Standard 1/4 jack input for connecting your guitar Features three guitar tone settings emulating popular guitar amps Highly-durable 14-gauge steel construction Ground lift switch prevents hum and buzz from ground loops 180 degree reverse polarity switch for phase alignment Present switch adds extra sparkle to tones Specifications Audio circuit type: Class-A BiFET input buffer with electronic frequency shaping circuitry Frequency response: Shaped to specific curves (amp emulation with bright switch) Total harmonic distortion (THD+N): 0.01% Dynamic range: 83dB to 100dB Input impedance: 220K Maximum input: +5dBu Maximum gain- input to XLR output: 0dB Maximum gain- input to 1/4 output: -5.8dB Clip level- XLR output: +5dBu Output impedance- XLR output: 600 Ohms Output impedance- 1/4 output: 100 Ohms Noise floor: -78dBu Power: 9V/ 40mA (center pin negative) Construction: Steel encolsure Dimensions: 121(L) x 92(W) x 51(D)mm Weight: 0.64kg


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Radial Engineering Ltd., commonly known as Radial, is a prominent manufacturer of audio equipment and accessories, including guitar pedals, direct boxes, signal processors, and audio interfaces. Founded in 1991 by Peter Janis, Radial has earned a reputation for producing high-quality, durable products designed to meet the demands of professional musicians, engineers, and audio technicians.

Among Radial’s lineup of guitar pedals, the Tonebone series stands out, offering a variety of effects pedals designed to enhance tone and performance. One notable pedal is the Radial Tonebone Classic distortion pedal, which delivers classic overdrive and distortion tones with versatile controls for shaping the sound. Additionally, Radial offers a range of other pedals, including boosters, compressors, and switchers, designed to provide musicians with reliable tools for achieving their desired sound.

In addition to pedals, Radial is known for its direct boxes, such as the popular Radial JDI passive direct box, which is widely used in professional recording studios and live sound applications for its transparent sound and robust build quality. With a commitment to innovation and quality, Radial continues to be a trusted name in the audio industry, offering a wide range of products designed to meet the needs of musicians and audio professionals worldwide.

  • Guitar Effect Pedal
  • Looper
  • A looper pedal is a versatile tool used by guitarists to record and playback musical phrases in real-time. It allows musicians to layer multiple parts, create loops, and build entire arrangements on the fly. Looper pedals come in various configurations and offer different features, but they typically include the following functionalities:

    1. **Recording**: A looper pedal enables users to record a musical phrase by pressing a dedicated footswitch. Once the recording is initiated, the pedal captures the incoming audio signal from the guitar or other instrument and loops it back continuously.

    2. **Playback**: After recording a loop, the looper pedal plays back the recorded audio continuously in a seamless loop. This allows musicians to accompany themselves or create layered arrangements by adding additional musical parts on top of the original loop.

    3. **Overdubbing**: In addition to recording and playing back loops, looper pedals often feature overdubbing functionality, which allows users to layer additional recordings on top of existing loops. Musicians can continuously add new musical parts to the loop, building up complex arrangements in real-time.

    4. **Undo/Redo**: Many looper pedals include an undo/redo function, which allows users to remove the last recorded overdub or restore it if needed. This feature provides flexibility and allows for experimentation during live performances or recording sessions.

    5. **Stop/Clear**: Looper pedals typically include a stop/clear footswitch that allows users to stop playback and clear the recorded loop from memory. This enables musicians to start fresh with a new recording or transition to a different musical section during a performance.

    6. **Loop Length Control**: Some advanced looper pedals offer the ability to control the length of the recorded loop. Users can specify the length of the loop in measures or seconds, allowing for precise control over the timing and structure of the looped arrangement.

    7. **Built-in Effects**: Some looper pedals feature built-in effects such as reverse playback, half-speed playback, or pitch shifting, which can add creative possibilities and sonic experimentation to the looping process.

    Looper pedals are widely used by guitarists and other musicians for various applications, including live performance, songwriting, practice sessions, and studio recording. They provide a convenient and intuitive way to create, layer, and manipulate musical ideas in real-time, making them an essential tool for creative expression and musical exploration.

  • New
  • Phaser
  • A phaser is a type of guitar effects pedal that creates a swirling, sweeping sound by modulating the phase of the audio signal. It works by splitting the incoming signal into two paths, shifting the phase of one path, and then recombining them. This creates peaks and troughs in the frequency spectrum, resulting in a distinctive, “phasing” effect characterized by moving notches in the frequency response.

    Here’s how a phaser pedal typically works and some common features:

    1. **Rate**: The rate control adjusts the speed at which the phase-shifting effect oscillates. Increasing the rate produces faster modulation, creating a more pronounced swirling effect, while decreasing the rate slows down the modulation for a smoother, more subtle effect.

    2. **Depth**: The depth control adjusts the intensity or depth of the phase-shifting effect. Higher depth settings result in more pronounced peaks and troughs in the frequency response, while lower settings produce a more subtle modulation.

    3. **Feedback (or Regeneration)**: Some phaser pedals feature a feedback control that determines the amount of modulated signal fed back into the effect. Increasing the feedback creates more pronounced peaks and troughs in the frequency spectrum, resulting in a more intense and resonant phasing effect.

    4. **Stages**: Phasers typically have multiple stages (usually four, six, or eight), each of which contributes to the overall phase-shifting effect. More stages generally result in a more complex and textured phasing sound.

    5. **Sweep (or Manual)**: The sweep control adjusts the center frequency of the phase-shifting effect. This allows you to focus the phasing effect on specific frequency ranges, altering the tonal character of the modulation.

    6. **Resonance (or Feedback)**: Some phaser pedals feature a resonance control that emphasizes the peaks and troughs in the frequency response, creating a more pronounced and resonant effect. This control can add richness and depth to the phasing sound.

    Phaser pedals are commonly used in various music genres, including rock, funk, and psychedelic music, to add movement, depth, and texture to guitar tones. They can be used to create swirling, swirling effects on rhythm parts, add dynamics to lead lines, or create atmospheric textures for ambient music. Overall, phaser pedals offer guitarists a versatile tool for shaping their tone and adding expressive modulation effects to their playing.