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    Behold, the Mesa Headtrack! This thing actually works way better than the Radial so I'm really glad I upgraded. The switching is quite a bit faster and it draws less power, almost as though the buffering on the inputs is of higher quality. I have something in the loop and it's really handy to be able to save money and only have one effects processor now. it's quieter and lighter, and there's definitely much better signal to noise ratio with the Mesa Boogie product and feel that my tone is more strident, bold and mid-focused now.

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    Just kidding, I made all of that shit up. I have separate processors and don't even use the loop feature and only bought this because seriously look at those ugly ass Radial graphics?! What the fuck right? Ain't nobody got time for lookin' at that!

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    Mesa has MIDI. Because.....MIDI. we all need it.

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    No MIDI on this thing, though it's remote switchable. The Radial is too.

    https://www.mesaboogie.com/tone-tool...er-router.html

    Silliness aside the Radial works great and this does exactly the same thing for twice the price if you don't need the loop.

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    Who. Run. Boogietown?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Mr. Test View Post


    Behold, the Mesa Headtrack! This thing actually works way better than the Radial so I'm really glad I upgraded. The switching is quite a bit faster and it draws less power, almost as though the buffering on the inputs is of higher quality. I have something in the loop and it's really handy to be able to save money and only have one effects processor now. it's quieter and lighter, and there's definitely much better signal to noise ratio with the Mesa Boogie product and feel that my tone is more strident, bold and mid-focused now.

    Spoiler
    Just kidding, I made all of that shit up. I have separate processors and don't even use the loop feature and only bought this because seriously look at those ugly ass Radial graphics?! What the fuck right? Ain't nobody got time for lookin' at that!
    custom vinyl wrap would have fixed that issue...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Mr. Test View Post
    No MIDI on this thing, though it's remote switchable. The Radial is too.

    https://www.mesaboogie.com/tone-tool...er-router.html

    Silliness aside the Radial works great and this does exactly the same thing for twice the price if you don't need the loop.
    Oh shit, that's right. I always get the two mixed up:

    https://www.mesaboogie.com/tone-tool...ut-buffer.html

    This is cool too, though obviously requires a load on each one.

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