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Today's Chord

Learn a New Ukulele Chord Each Day of 2018!!!
Today's Chord a Day, January 17th - E

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Radial Engineering Published: 2015-11-18 Updated: 2017-12-04

Audio Cables Di Effects Mixing Pickups Recording Snakes

Radial Engineering

Radial Engineering

Radial Engineering
1588 Kebet Way
Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada
V3C 5M5


Latitude: 49.239849
Longitude: -122.757858

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from the Radial Engineering web site

Radial Engineering Ltd. is a manufacturer of professional audio products based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The company offers a wide array of products that are sold under brand names such as Radial, Tonebone, Primacoustic, Reamp and Zebracase. These are offered through a network of dealers and distributors that span the globe. Quality construction, exceptional audio performance and superb customer service are the underpins that have served to make Radial one of the most respected and trusted brands in the industry.

Which DI?

DI Family

A simple rule of thumb:

  • If the source is active, use a passive DI box
  • If the source is passive, use an active DI box
Source Instruments - Ukulele with Piezo Pickup

SB-4 PZ-DI PZ-Deluxe PZ-pre

these are the same for a Classical guitar

Radial has a great page for selecting the right DI for pretty much any instrument and pickup combination: Comparing DIs

More information available the Radial Engineering web site.


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Just browsing over both books, they look fantastic! I'm a guitarist and uke player for over 25 years and was thinking about writing a ukulele book but you've already written what I think are the best, most comprehensive and thorough books I've ever seen for the instrument. I just might end up buying every book you've written and I'll be giving my highest recommendation for your books to my friends and students. Thank you so much for taking the time to write such great books!Peter Rhee

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