Nady TD-1 the very same thing as Tonebone Classic?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Lucky Dog Guitars, Feb 7, 2008.

  1. Lucky Dog Guitars

    Lucky Dog Guitars Member

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    I'm being told the Nady TD-1 is the exact same pedal as the Tonebone Classic.

    Is this true? If so I will get the nady due to price.

    Did Nady actually sell them the schematic or did they rip Nady off?
     
  2. fly135

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    I can't say if it's the same but it's a good pedal. Just was comparing it against my MXR Doubleshot and the Doubleshot is coming off my pedalboard.

    I hear that it's the same pedal, but I've never used the Tonebone. So apparently I know no more about it than you. I like mine. Got it used off Craigslist a while back.
     
  3. Benlevy

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    I have the Nady. Can't speak to the Tonebone, but it looks like the same controls.
    Pros: Very tweakable eq, wide range of gain.
    Cons: Large, proprietary power supply.
     
  4. Lucidology

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    Compared a friends to my Tonebone Classic once
    & the TD-1 just totally smoked my Radial ..

    It was so much more alive.. Immediately chewy without
    even tweaking it all that much ...

    I was acutally jealous .. :-(
     
  5. telest

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    Cool, I just snagged one for $70. Had the Tonebone a few years ago and liked it. :AOK

    Steve
     
  6. TheGrooveking

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    The Nady TD-1 has gone through at least one major change, it originally only had three knobs and a footswitch. It was later changed to have the same options as the ToneBone Classic. The ToneBone Classic was made for years before Radial Engineering picked up the design.

    TheGrooveking
     

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