Radial Ships Tonebone Headlight

Radial Engineering has shipped its Tonebone Headlight, a compact guitar amp selector for use in studio and live sound environments.
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Vancouver, BC (November 291, 2016)—Radial Engineering has shipped its Tonebone Headlight, a compact guitar amp selector for use in studio and live sound environments.

The Headlight is able to sequentially activate up to four amps using a single footswitch. A second muting footswitch may be used for quiet on-stage tuning or switching instruments between songs. It can also be set up to turn all of the amps on at once.

The Tonebone Headlight includes Radial's Class-A buffer circuit and Drag control load correction, and each output is reportedly optimized to eliminate hum and buzz from ground loops. A series of ultra-bright LED indicators provide visual status feedback for the active outputs and mute function.

The Headlight is made from 14-gauge steel to ensure the protection against outside stress. This also shields the inner workings from external magnetic fields. Power may be supplied by any standard 9V PSU (not included) or by a typical multi-pedal power brick.

Radial Engineering Ltd.
www.radialeng.com