Video: Radial Engineering's New Firefly Direct Input Box
At the 2012 Winter NAMM show in January, Radial Engineering's Peter Janis gave us an overview of the company's brand-new Radial Firefly.
The Firefly is a direct-Input box that's used to run your guitar sound straight into the house mixing console during live shows -- complete with its own built-in tube.
The Firefly also has XLR outputs and a piezo input for acoustic instruments.
Check out the video below for more info, and be sure to visit Radial Engineering online.
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