The Radial Engineering Tonebone TriMode Distortion Pedal has three distinct modes of operation: True Bypass, Rhythm, and Solo.
As the name suggests, the Radial Engineering Tonebone TriMode Distortion has three modes of operation: True Bypass, which is designed to keep your signal clean and uncompromised on its way to the amplifier; Rhythm, where you can adjust the distortion, mid-range, and output levels; and Solo, which optimizes your sound with increased control and sustain.
Both overdrive modes make use of the built-in 12AX7 tube for that British overdrive tone, blending solid-state gain stages for modern levels of saturation with the 12AX7 for vintage warmth. Each section has its own Level and Drive control as well as its own three-position Mid Boost switch.
There’s a shared two-band EQ with High and Low controls as well as a Filter control to help your guitar cut through the mix. There’s a Top End three-way switch to further control high-end frequencies, as well as a three-position Drive Gain switch for adjusting the overall gain level (these two switches are shared as well). The Tonebone TriMode Distortion has a built-in effects loop and it’s driven by the included power supply.