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ENGLAND – A unique and patented flexible contact microphone product designed for use in sound reinforcement and recording of acoustic musical instruments. Available in “strips” (tapes) of 3” and 8”, this capacitive transducer system installs on the resonating soundboard of most instruments and “hears” the mechanical vibration emanating from the surface.

Widely used in sound reinforcement because of its low feedback, C-Ducer is particularly well known for its stereo piano system and its acoustic guitar system.

Founded in 1932 by John D’Angelico, D’Angelico Guitars is a New York City-based guitar brand built on the history of one of the most revered luthiers of all time.

From the 30s to the 70s, D’Angelico archtops were considered the pinnacle of guitar-making, seen in the hands of big-band leaders and legendary players such as Chet Atkins, Tony Mottola and Bucky Pizzarelli. With a change of ownership in 2011, D’Angelico is now in the midst of a modern resurgence.

Offering a diverse array of instruments across four series (Premier, Excel, Deluxe, and USA Custom Shop), D’Angelico guitars are exceptionally-crafted, versatile instruments for the modern player. Committed to maintaining its legacy,

D’Angelico’s mission is to honor its roots while building ambitiously toward the future.

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After starting out over 30 years ago, Palmer Germany has established itself on an international scale as one of the best known secrets of the music and audio industry. When local musicians need repairs by qualified technicians, customised modifications to their instruments and amplifiers or special “little helpers” that are not available from any other manufacturers, Palmer is their first port of call. By cooperating closely with people in the field, Palmer gained a valuable insight into what musicians and audio technicians really value — the best sound quality, reliable functionality and precision down to the very last detail. With this in mind, Palmer started producing the products that have helped to establish the Palmer brand in Germany and worldwide, and it is these products that are used by leading musicians and technicians in the studio and on stage.

Source Audio was founded in 2005 by former executives of Analog Devices, Inc., Thomas H. Lee Partners, and Kurzweil.  Their mission is to bring innovation to the audio effects world through the application of cutting edge sensor, networking and signal processing technology.

In 2006, Source Audio released its flagship product, the Hot Hand Motion-Sensing Ring. Since that time, Source Audio’s delay, reverb, distortion, filter, modulation, equalization, and Hot Hand products have found their way onto the stages and recordings of David Gilmour, U2, David Bowie, John Mayer, Aerosmith, Phish, King Crimson, My Morning Jacket, The Cure, and Victor Wooten to name a few. Source Audio was also recognized through multiple product and innovation awards from Premier Guitar, Guitar Player, Sound On Sound, Guitar World, Bass Player, and Electronic Musician Magazines.