Tube Amplifier Head Switcher
- Toggle between two amp heads using a single speaker cabinet
- Can be controlled remotely with separate footswitch
- Class-A audio circuit retains the tone of the amplifier
- Opto-couplers for noise-free switching
Get the most out of your tube heads
With the Headbone in your rig, you can access your choice of amplifier with a single footswitch, giving you the ability to easily select between one amplifier for rhythm, and another one for solos. To eliminate long cables running across the stage, you can switch the Headbone remotely with a Slingshot input that allows you to connect any standard footswitch or MIDI controlled contact closure, further streamlining your setup on stage. For the ultimate amp-switching rig you can combine the Headbone with the Tonebone Twinline, which will allow you to switch your effects loop at the same time, so your effects pedals follow the active amplifier.
Headbone VT Applications
Switch between two tube amplifiers
Use the Headbone VT to switch between two tube amplifiers. The Headbone will safely switch the amps and make sure the tube output stage always sees a load.
2 AMPS SWITCHING INTO ONE CAB! Headbone VT
Synyster “Syn” Gates
"The Headbone VT by Radial has been in my rig for years, and has never let me down."
Tim McGraw, Big & Rich, Luke Bryan, Keith Urban, Blake Shelton, Florida Georgia Line, Jake Owen, Thomas Rhett, Alabama, Rascal Flatts
"Whether I'm switching heads on the fly or song to song, I'm always confident when my Headbone VT switcher by Tonebone is in line. The switching is flawless and there is absolutely no tone loss. A great piece of gear!"
"Since adding the Radial JD7, SGI and Headbone to my rig, my sound on stage has never been better!"
John Legend, Jill Scott, Common, Kid Cudi
"I use the Headbone VT amp switcher from Tonebone to switch between my Mesa Lonestar head and an identical spare head. This enables me to have both heads fired up and plugged into a single cab. In the case of an amp issue I can switch over to the spare with the push of a button and not worry about an amp warming up or repositioning mics. It works perfectly for my needs, and like all Radial gear, it is built to last."