Get Your Amp Tone in the Mix!The Radial JDX Reactor guitar amp direct box lets you capture your amp's true sound while allowing a direct feed to a PA or recorder. Using Class A circuitry, multi-stage filtering, and effective cabinet emulation, the JDX Reactor produces a realistic amp sound in a direct feed. If you want a more manageable, consistent onstage sound, or want to use your amp to record without waking the neighbors, this box is just what the doctor ordered. If miking your amp isn't a viable option, or you just want to combine a line signal with a miked one, check out the JDX Reactor!
Radial JDX Reactor Guitar Amp Direct Box at a Glance:
- Controllable, realistic amp tones - direct
- What it does
- Consistent tone
Controllable, realistic amp tones - direct
The Radial JDX Reactor is a direct box designed to capture the explosive dynamics and warm tone of the electric guitar by connecting between the head and cabinet of a guitar amp to provide a direct feed to the PA or recording rig.
What it does
100% discrete Class A circuitry, multi-stage filtering and a one-of-a-kind 'reactive' load all interact with the signal coming from the head and the electro-magnetic 'back' impulse from the cabinet to produce a more realistic rendering.
In use, the JDX improves on the consistency of the guitar signal over a typical microphone, as irregularities of microphone placement and varying acoustics no longer play the dominant role on stage. When combined with a microphone, fatter tones can be created by double tracking and stereo imaging the two signals for more 'produced' results.
NOTE: The JDX Reactor is NOT a load box - A speaker or equivalent load must be connected to the JDX at all times during use.
Radial JDX Reactor Guitar Amp Direct Box Features:
- Speaker cabinet emulation for natural tone
- Direct feed to console eliminates need for a mic
- Ideal for recording and live performance
- Works incredible in conjunction with a miked amp
- 100% Class-A circuitry
- Multi-stage filtering