yes , 2 amps is why I got it. Sound difference is inaudible if any. If you can go with the above that you mention then the 75$ Bigshot is the way to go for sure. I just wanted the led's to know where I was easily and the gain option and the quiet switches in the Tone Bone.Doulbee, when using these Radial units do you ever run 2 amps at the same time? Do you notice any sound differences between the Switchbone and Bigshot once activated. I can live w/o LED's, noise when switching could be tolerable.
Not what I wanted to hear, but thanks anyway. Also, the main thing I going for is a way to play the Normal Channel on a Fender DRRI and play the "Vibrato" channel in order to get that nice tube reverb. It's OK -- to a point -- if the Radial's iso and phase correction feature takes away some treble and mids, since I'll be adjust these down anyway to focus on the reverb with that channel.If you're interested in the phase switch I have to be honest, I have one of these, and when you use the isolated transformer (which you have to in order to flip the phase) the signal to 'output b' sounds pretty bad (Loss of a lot of mids and treble). I just wired a speaker cable to run reverse phase. other than that the box is cool, but if it's the phase that's appealing, I would look for other solutions. Just my experience.