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Radial's Texas-Pro overdrive pedal now shipping

Release Date

Out Now

Product Type

Pedal

Manufacturer

Radial Engineering

Contact

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

Laura  Barnes
Radial's Texas-Pro overdrive pedal now shipping

The Texas-Pro is built in Canada with heavy-duty 14-gauge steel construction to handle years of abuse on the road.

Radial Engineering has introduced the Texas-Pro – a powerful overdrive combined with a clean booster circuit.

Now shipping, the Texas-Pro provides plenty of power and versatility in a compact pedalboard-friendly enclosure. Beginning with Radial's unique Class-A buffering circuit, the Texas-Pro retains the natural feel and responsiveness of the guitar, while also allowing it to drive multiple pedals and longer cable runs with ease.

The Overdrive section is capable of a wide range of tonal variations, with individual controls for Drive, output Level, and Tone, so you can dial in the settings that best match your guitar and amp.

A three-position Range switch allows you to select the style of overdrive, from warm vintage tones, to a modern rock style or aggressive over-the-top saturation.

The overdrive is complemented by a separate Boost circuit capable of adding +22dB of clean gain, allowing you to push the front end of your amp harder or let your solos cut through. A built-in effects loop allows you to connect a series of pedals that are brought into the signal chain when you engage the Boost circuit. This allows you to simultaneously activate the booster and a delay or chorus pedal, giving you a more streamlined and professional transition for soloing.

The Texas-Pro is built in Canada with heavy-duty 14-gauge steel construction to handle years of abuse on the road. A compact 4¼"x4"x2?" chassis fits on any pedalboard and it is powered from a standard 9V supply like those found on many multi-pedal power bricks.

Radial Engineering’s Texas-Pro has an MSRP of  $169.99 and is available now.

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

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