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Wow - Radial PZ Deluxe

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  • Wow - Radial PZ Deluxe

    Wow - this Radial PZ Deluxe (as recommened by Louis Schwartz) is a very nice little unit.  Very well designed features - and seemingly very well built.  Nice little PreAmp DI pedal (with "boost").  Three band EQ (with sweepable mids).  Mute Foot Switch.  Boost Foot Switch (very good set it and forget it adjustment).  Grd Lift. Balanced and Unbalance Outputs.  Very Rugged Feel.  (If it had a "like button" - I'd click it.) 


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    wasRbts wrote:

    Wow - this Radial PZ Deluxe (as recommened by Louis Schwartz) is a very nice little unit.  Very well designed features - and seemingly very well built.  Nice little PreAmp DI pedal (with "boost").  Three band EQ (with sweepable mids).  Mute Foot Switch.  Boost Foot Switch (very good set it and forget it adjustment).  Grd Lift. Balanced and Unbalance Outputs.  Very Rugged Feel.  (If it had a "like button" - I'd click it.) 


    That reminds me,, I gotta try out the sister-product, the Radial ToneBone PZ-Pre. I bought one quite a while back,,,,, stuck it on a shelf,   and haven't used it since. Looks and feels like a very well built unit. It's snowing tonight, and most of the day tomorrow, so I'm gonna hunker down and noodle around with it.

    Veni, Vidi, Velcro;

    (I came, I saw, I stuck around)

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      wasRbts wrote:

      Wow - this Radial PZ Deluxe (as recommened by Louis Schwartz) is a very nice little unit.  Very well designed features - and seemingly very well built.  Nice little PreAmp DI pedal (with "boost").  Three band EQ (with sweepable mids).  Mute Foot Switch.  Boost Foot Switch (very good set it and forget it adjustment).  Grd Lift. Balanced and Unbalance Outputs.  Very Rugged Feel.  (If it had a "like button" - I'd click it.) 



      Glad you like it!  As I think I mentioned, I've been using the 2 channel version (the PZ-Pre) for a while now, and I'm very pleased with it.  It solved a whole bunch of stage-management problems for my 2 acoustic guitar set up.  Works perfectly, simply, and reliably.

      Louis

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      • dbMontana
        dbMontana commented
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        +1 on the PZ Pre. We use one for both a mandolin and a banjo (not at the same time!) that each have K&K passive pickups. The dual inputs with selectable PZ boost to match pickup impedance allow keeping both plugged in all the time and then use the foot switch to activate one or the other. The DI out can be either pure or post EQ. The box really improved the sound of the passive pickups.
        ...dave


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