"This is really a wonderful piece, this Radial. It's because it's a spliter box. So many times I've tried to find splitter boxes that don't load down the signal or change the quality of the amplifier signals. This is th best I've found so far," explains Steve Vai about the Radial Engineering JD7 Injector Guitar Signal Distribution System which he uses in his studio rig.more
Around the 15:34 mark in this Rock or Bust tour rig rundown of Angus, his tech shows two Radial Engineering JD7 units (one backup) that are used to send his guitar signal to "amps galore". Each head has it's own channel so that his tech can turn them on or off independently, and check phase.more
As of 0:10 in this video, Devin Townsend of [Vai](http://equipboard.com/band/vai), [Front Line Assembly](http://equipboard.com/band/front-line-assembly), [The Wild Hearts](http://equipboard.com/band/the-wildhearts), and [Strapping Young Lad](http://equipboard.com/band/strapping-young-lad), talks about his effect units and other equipment, and the JD7 is located in the bottom rack.more
The Source URL is a rig rundown by PremierGuitar Magazine. PG caught up with current guitarist Tommy Thayer, along with techs Francis and Michael Berger, to dig into all the axes (in some cases, literally), effects, and amps that the band brought out on their 2014 tour with Def Leppard. "The thunder starts with a Shure U4D-UHF into a Radial JD-7 Injector."more
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