Radial Shotgun 4-channel Amp Driver

4-channel Guitar Amp Driver with Low-noise Buffer Circuit, Isolation Transformers, and Consistent Load Compensation
Radial Shotgun 4-channel Amp Driver image 1
Radial Shotgun 4-channel Amp Driver image 1
$169.99
Sweetwater Savings: $50.01 MSRP: $220.00
Or make 3 easy payments
Special Financing - 9 Days Left

Or just $5/month§ for 36 months

0% interest for 36 months**. 36 equal monthly payments required. Valid through 7/6/2017. Learn more

Or make 3 easy payments of $56.66/month!

Plus $10 processing fee. Use any credit card! Sweetwater's Flexible Payment Plan lets you get your gear now and stretch your payments over time. Plus, we won't charge interest! Learn more

In Stock!
Available for immediate delivery!

Share this with your friends:

Most popular accessories & related items...

Radial Shotgun 4-channel Amp Driver
In Stock!

Revolutionize Your Guitar Rig

Need to drive multiple amps? Sweetwater has a device you should know about. The Radial Shotgun guitar-level signal buffer fits neatly on your pedalboard and simultaneously drives up to four guitar amps. The Shotgun has two inputs, with a switching jack on Input 2 that, when connected, changes the signal distribution configuration between 1 x 4 mono and 2 x 2 stereo. Radial spec'd the Shotgun with its unique Consistent Load Compensation (CLC) circuit, which maintains stable input impedance to protect the sonic character of your signal, no matter if you use one or two sources.

A world of versatility - without noise

Under the hood, the Radial Shotgun is fitted with a low-noise buffer circuit that drives your tone up to 50' with no noise. What's more, iso transformers across outputs 2, 3, and 4 help eradicate the irksome hums and buzzes due to ground loops in a multi-amp setup. When you're using it in 1 x 4 mono mode, the Shotgun easily drives multiple amps, direct box outputs, and modeling amplifiers simultaneously. Switch to 2 x 2 stereo mode, and you can connect, say, a stereo chorus output to the Shotgun and noiselessly drive two or four amplifiers in stereo and in phase.

Radial Shotgun Features:
  • Guitar-level signal buffer drives up to 4 guitar amps
  • Select between 1 x 4 mono and 2 x 2 stereo configuration
  • Isolated outputs eliminate hum and buzz due to ground loops
  • Buffered outputs easily drive extra-long cable runs
  • Radial's Consistent Load Compensation (CLC) circuit
  • Powered via standard 9-volt supply or multi-pedal power brick
Revolutionize your guitar rig with the Radial Shotgun!

Additional Media

Guitar Amp Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Type Splitter, Amp Driver
Inputs 2 x 1/4" (L/Mono, Right)
Outputs 4 x 1/4"
Power Source 9V DC power supply (sold separately)
Height 1.37"
Width 3.5"
Depth 4.5"
Weight 1.1 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number R800 7215

Customer Reviews

5/5
Based on 2 reviews
Write your review
5/5

Radial Shotgun 4-channel Amp Driver

I run a fairly extensive pedalboard that runs boosters/compressors/fuzz mono into stereo tremolo, delay and reverb pedals. This is all kept hooked up on a pedaltrain board with high end cable cut to length then through a Jamman Delay. I have run two amps for years and finally sought a solution for the noise and phase issues of using two tube amps. Currently the right side is a VOX AC10 w/Greenback and the left is a FENDER Excelsior with an Eminence 15. Not terribly loud but with all of the time, effort and money spent putting this together the noise generated by the amplifiers put the raspberries to what should have been a great sound. Radial's Shotgun was the answer to running stereo outputs into something that will allow ground lifting and phase reversal to knock out that obnoxious amp noise. It was a revelation to hear, nothing. Bonus points for an extra pair of outputs that can be run to a board for reinforcement or recording. This is an excellent choice to silence a noisy rig running in stereo and WORTH EVERY PENNY spent. I would buy it again if I had to, but it's unlikely as it's built like a tank. First Radial pedal I've used but their's was the solution to a vexing problem I've had for years.
Music background: guitar player/builder.
5/5

My favorite audio distributor

I use this in the studio, and I own several. Simple to operate, rich feature set, transformer-isolated signal paths for whisper quiet sound. They're the best tool I've found for distributing instrument signal to several destinations at once. Stellar, high-quality product.
See also: foot controller, Radial, Radial Miscellaneous Guitar Amp Accessories, Radial Guitar Amp Pedals, Radial Footswitch / Selector Pedals