"Once it’s mix time, if I decide I need to saturate something a little more or just layer something in, I can use a Radial reamp box for that. It’s a great tool that way. It gives me the capacity to work with an editor to comp guitar parts for those artists that maybe don’t have ideal technical ability."
The Radial Reamp JCR is a high-performance passive Reamper that lets you take a pre-recorded track and send it through a guitar amp or pedal chain without noise.
The ProDI is a passive direct box designed for use on stage or in home recording studios, with the ability to handle high output instruments without distortion, and a transformer-isolated output to eliminate noise from ground loops.
The Radial Powerhouse is a 10-slot power rack for 500 series modules designed to provide maximum density for professional studio setups.
The Radial Tossover is a 500 series frequency divider that lets you separate and process low and high frequencies separately via fully variable controls and slopes.
From the Blog
Jacquire King, Steve Stevens, and Shannon Forrest Rely on Radial Reamp Boxes
With its introduction of the JCR in 2011, Radial introduced a “Radial-tough” version of reamp pioneer John Cuniberti’s original design. Today, “reamp” is a trademark of Radial Engineering, and guitarists,... Read More