If you’re looking for a way to reduce tonal irregularities due to bad mic's or placement then you may want to check out the Radial JDX Reactor guitar amp DI. This little device is from a company that has made a name for itself in the area of innovative products, and the JDX is certainly innovative. It’s more than just a traditional DI box or a re-amping product. In fact, when you connect your amp and speaker cabinet to it, you’ll find the sound you get is something between a closed-back 4x12 and an open-back 2x12 cab. All of the oddities and irregularities in the sound caused by different mic placements or odd acoustics will be completely removed thanks to the JDX.
The JDX creates a very natural sound that is like a microphone. As a test, install the JDX and give it a good listen. Then turn it down and turn up your mic. You’ll be surprised at just how close the two sounds are. In fact, you may not even be able to tell a difference. The JDX can be bigger on the low mids, though, and it is sometimes darker at the top. This makes it nice for modern rock, so keep that in mind if you play music that generally doesn’t require tight, dark sounds.
All in all, the JDX does a good job emulating different guitar cabs. It has a nice focused sound that works very well in rock or pop, and it can also be helpful when mixing with in-ear monitors. If you need to lower stage volume in a natural way, the JDX can be put between the load box and the head. Of course, the JDX doesn’t actually provide any of the loading itself and has to be attached to a load box or cabinet. Still, its simple, solid construction and effectiveness is certainly worth the $220 price tag.
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