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Radial Tonebone PZ-Pre Acoustic Pre-Amp – New Radial Phaser EQ Guitar Effect Pedal


. The Radial Tonebone PZ-Pre Acoustic Pre-Amp is the ultimate toolkit for acoustic sound. This is the most powerful acoustic preamplifier put into a pedal making it perfect for guitars to violins mandolins to cellos and anything in between. And with two channels on board you can switch and blend your instruments at the touch…

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The Radial Tonebone PZ-Pre Acoustic Pre-Amp is in New condition and made by Radial , it is a great Phaser EQ Guitar Effect Pedal – . The Radial Tonebone PZ-Pre Acoustic Pre-Amp is the ultimate toolkit for acoustic sound. This is the most powerful acoustic preamplifier put into a pedal making it perfect for guitars to violins mandolins to cellos and anything in between. And with two channels on board you can switch and blend your instruments at the touch of a button More of the sound you want. And less unwanted noise. The Tonebone PZ-Pre ensures optimal signal integrity with phase alignment switch notch controls and ground lift. That means clear sound for all your instruments. Dial your tone with powerful EQ controls. Whether you need to scoop out the bass or emphasise your mids the power is right there at your fingertips The new standard for plug and play. With the Tonebone PZ-Pre its easy to connect post and pre DI signals to your PA and monitors. Connect to your tuner via the dedicated buffered output for silent operation on stage. All this and more from a pedal thats small enough for any setup. . Available from Just Pedals for only £ 430.32 Need a boost? If your acoustic instruments are equipped with a piezo pickup then you probably do. Thankfully the PZ-Pre is here to help. This powerful preamp gets its superior audio from 100% discrete class-A PZB boosters. That means ultra-quiet signal that’s adaptable to any type of pickup system. Quickly assign different functions to your boost switch for maximum flexibility. The PZ-Pre connects directly to your effects loop giving you total control of your instrument’s sound. Whatever you need you’ll get flawless sound for up to two instrument channels. Effortlessly switch and blend on stage in seconds. Your acoustic tone just got a huge upgrade. Features Switch or blend instruments with two channels on board Quickly eliminate feedback with notch and resonance filters Perfect for PA and monitors with Pre and Post radial DI outputs Simple control on stage via power booster and mute functions Add gain for solos with the 8dB boost knob Dial your tone thanks to a semi parametric 3-band EQ Total control of input volume level on each channel Eliminate phase issues with the reverse switch Assign boost effects loop or both to your boost switch with the footswitch toggle Tame unruly low frequencies with the three-position lo-cut filter Perfect for piezo equipped instruments thanks to the PZB-2 class-A booster Insert effects into the signal path via loop/send return Remove hum and buzz caused by ground loops with the lift switch Plug directly into your tuner via the dedicated 1/4” buffered output Rugged construction for damage-free transportation Compact design can be included in almost any pedalboard setup Specifications Inputs: 1/4″ Phone unbalanced Input Impedance: Normal 6.8k Ohm Piezo 10Meg Ohm PZB Buffers: +10dB boost Low-Cut Filter: 75Hz / 220Hz Notch Filter Range: 56Hz – 330Hz Notch Q: -8dB / -15dB Low EQ: Shelving type +/-12dB (75Hz) High EQ: Shelving type +/-12dB (7.5kHz) Mid EQ: Semi-parametric +/-12dB (82Hz – 5.6kHz) Power Boost: Unity gain to +12dB max. Effects Loop: 1/4″ Phone unbalanced Send 1k Ohm / Return 15k Ohm Switching: FET Switching Output (instrument): 1/4″ Phone unbalanced 1k Ohm output impedance Tuner Output: 1/4″ Phone unbalanced 6.8k Ohm output impedance Pre-EQ Output: XLR balanced 600 Ohm mic-level Post-EQ Output: XLR balanced 600 Ohm mic-level XLR Pin-Out: pin 1 ground pin 2 hot (+) pin 3 cold (-) Power Supply: 15VDC 400mA (included) center pin positive Dimensions: 203mm (W) x 108mm (D) x 35mm (H) Weight: 1.2kg


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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.

  • EQ
  • While Ed Sheeran primarily relies on the natural sound of his acoustic guitar and vocals, he occasionally uses EQ (Equalization) to shape and enhance his tone during live performances or in the studio. EQ pedals or onboard preamps can allow him to adjust the frequency response of his guitar signal to suit the acoustics of different venues or to achieve specific tonal characteristics. Here’s how EQ might be utilized in Ed Sheeran’s setup:

    1. **Tonal Shaping**: EQ can be used to adjust the balance of frequencies in the guitar signal, allowing Ed Sheeran to shape his tone to his liking. For example, he might boost the midrange frequencies to bring out the warmth and presence of his acoustic guitar, or cut certain frequencies to reduce any harshness or mud in the sound.

    2. **Feedback Control**: In a live setting, EQ can help control feedback by notching out problematic frequencies that might cause the guitar signal to feed back through the amplification system. This can be particularly useful when performing in venues with challenging acoustics or high volume levels.

    3. **Room Correction**: In situations where the venue’s acoustics are less than ideal, EQ can be used to compensate for any deficiencies in the sound. By adjusting the EQ settings, Ed Sheeran can tailor the guitar tone to sound more balanced and natural, regardless of the room’s acoustic properties.

    4. **Matching Gear**: EQ can also be used to match the tone of Ed Sheeran’s guitar to the sound of other instruments or equipment in his setup. For example, he might adjust the EQ to complement the tonal characteristics of his vocal microphone or to blend seamlessly with backing tracks or other instruments.

    Overall, while EQ may not be a central component of Ed Sheeran’s guitar effects setup, it can still play a valuable role in shaping his tone and ensuring that he achieves the desired sound in different performance environments. Whether used subtly for tonal shaping or more aggressively for feedback control, EQ allows Ed Sheeran to tailor his guitar tone to suit his musical vision and performance needs.

  • Guitar Effect Pedal
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  • 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.