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Hot-British V9 distortion pedal introduced by Radial Engineering

Release Date

Out Now

Product Type

Pedal

Manufacturer

Radial Engineering

Contact

http://www.tonebone.com/hotbritishv9.php

Laura  Barnes
Hot-British V9 distortion pedal introduced by Radial Engineering

The V9 offers the natural feel and responsiveness of the guitar, while also allowing it to drive multiple pedals.

Radial Engineering has announced the launch of its new Hot-British V9 distortion pedal.

Shipping now, the Hot-British V9 is an updated version of the widely popular Hot-British tube distortion pedal.

The Hot-British V9 builds on the success of its namesake with solid-state circuitry and a much smaller chassis size, making it easier to fit on a crowded pedalboard without sacrificing on tone.

The new pedal is also powered via a 9V supply, allowing it to be used with multi-pedal power supplies. Featuring Radial's unique Class-A buffering circuit, the Hot-British V9 retains the natural feel and responsiveness of the guitar, while also allowing it to drive multiple pedals and longer cable runs with ease.

Once engaged, three tone-shaping stages provide a high degree of control over the resulting sound, from subtle tube saturation textures to screaming over-the-top distortion.

The Drive control sets the input level and the amount of distortion, while a Contour knob changes the character of the distortion itself. A two band EQ section after the distortion circuit allows you to tailor the tone to match your guitar and amp, along with a level control for the overall output of the pedal. There is also a 3-position Mid Boost to help cut through when soloing, and a Top End switch that can brighten or darken high frequencies.  

Built in Canada and housed in a compact 4¼" x 4" x 2?" solid steel chassis, the Hot-British V9 has an SRP of $16.99, is tough enough to withstand the rigors of the road, and ships with Radial's 3-year transferable warranty.

For more information visit http://www.tonebone.com/hotbritishv9.php

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