Radial Engineering announces the new Acoustic Series designation for its family of preamps targeting acoustic instrumentalists. With the Acoustic Series family designation, Radial makes it easier for acoustic instrumentalists — from guitarists and stand-up bassists to orchestral string players — to find and decide which Radial preamp model best suits their performance needs.
“With the addition of the PZ Pro, we wanted to make it easy for our dealers and end-users to understand the range of features, benefits, and price points for our acoustic preamp family. The Acoustic Series designation does this by creating a single point of reference with regards to features/benefits and price points for all of Radial’s acoustic preamps.”
The Radial Engineering Acoustic Series family is comprised of four units, the PZ-Pro, PZ-Pre, AC-Driver and PZ-Deluxe.
The Acoustic Series family flagship, the PZ-Pro, combines a two-channel instrument preamp, DI and switcher into a single unit. Each channel features a separate equalizer strip complete with a filter section to reduce feedback on stage. Three footswitches provide the ability to toggle between each input channel, activate a built-in booster and an effects loop, or mute the signal for silent tuning on stage.
The PZ-Pre is a powerful two-channel acoustic instrument preamplifier with a versatile EQ and feedback control section and plenty of connectivity options for complete sonic control.
The AC-Driver is a compact acoustic instrument preamp designed for use on stage. A balanced DI output is provided to feed a PA or powered speaker. The AC-Driver also provides a mute footswitch for quick and seamless instrument changeovers.
The PZ-Deluxe is a studio-quality instrument preamp in a compact pedal for live stage use. The PZ-Deluxe offers tone-shaping EQ controls and built-in boost & mute footswitches.
Radial Engineering Acoustic Series preamps are available through any authorized Radial Engineering retail outlet.
To learn more about the Radial Acoustic Series line of acoustic preamps, visit the Acoustic Series page on the Radial website.