The Hubcap Speaker Grill

Hubcap
Hubcap on Pony Amp

Have you ever noticed that all guitar speakers are highly directional? Stand directly in front of any amp, with your ears at speaker level, and you’ll get blasted by treble. Walk two steps to the right or left and it sounds like a blanket just got thrown over your amp. Not so with the Hubcap, originally designed for the Visual Sound Workhorse amps.

The Hubcap blocks those nasty ice-pick highs from the center of every guitar speaker and takes all the good full range sound and spreads it out almost 180 degrees. Yes, it really does that. Once you’ve tried it, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.

Technical Specifications content goes here.
You may have to remove your existing grill cloth or cut a 3″ cross pattern in the center of the grill cloth in order for the Hubcap to fit over the speaker, as there is a cone protruding from the back of the Hubcap.
 

Fan Mail

WOWWW!!!!!!!!!! OK… these pedals live in my pedalboard already… I’ve been soooooo busy here in LA haven’t had time other than today in Anaheim to incorporate these wonderful pedals into my rig… but man, they are KILLER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The Jekyll & Hyde are my crunch AND solo patches from here on… Thanks so much and Keith has his set of Truetone pedals…Thanks so much! Best, Chris Rodriguez (on tour with Keith Urban)

Just wanted to thank you for the wonderful pedal the Jekyll and Hyde is. I’ve used it now for quite a number of years and almost feel proud to have used it before you guys got so well known. My buddy at church just purchased a Jekyll and Hyde, as well. Many people like to comment on my pedal and how they’d like to “slide into home plate”. Guess it is shaped like home plate, huh? Anyways, I love the tone, the buffered bypass, the versatility, and the ease and durability! It’s lasted me a good 4-5 years now! Works great for when I’m helping out with worship music. From: Dave F

Bob and R.G., Does RG Keen get the Wow Award factor for the Truetone’s monster clean? I put my Truetone at the front end of a Blues Jr -pushing really hard (A1 – 5751) and keeping the power amp master volume turned way down (highest gain on PreAmp available – but holding back the distortion through reduced Master volume). ——-the results were an enormous thick creamy tube sound..with..Lots of interesting dynamics leaping from the AMP…… What is happening there? Is this a deep saturation of the plates? It isn’t distorted – but deeply rich! Thanks Truetone! – Brian H.

I bought an H20 over the weekend and I LOVE it! Over the last 15 years of playing, I’ve gone through the whole cycle of analog, then digital, then modeling, and now… I’m back to analog. I absolutely love the chorus on the H20, especially the “lush” setting. The analog voicing on the delay is outstanding. At the same time, I tried out the Route 66, and my desire to keep my marriage intact prevented me from buying it at the same time. I love the way it sounds, and the bass boost is awesome and the compressor blows me away. It’s next on my list. – Mike R.

Hi Bob, You never cease to amaze me with your customer service/support. Business schools should study you when teaching students how to run a business. I can’t tell you how glad I am that I bought your pedals. I will continue to buy whatever you put out. Thanks for everything. – Jason C.