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Palmer Pocket Amp Bass – Report by Guitarrista

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We recently had the opportunity to test the Palmer Pocket Amp MK2 preamp. Its excellent results lived up to all of our expectations for a product from this brand. Today, we’re testing a very similar product but that’s been designed for basses and, at a brief glance, looks to offer even more options. Design The

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Palmer Daccapo – never before has a level control been so important! – Test report from Amazona

Re-amplification Box? This term provokes merely an uncertain shrug from most people, but its exclusive origin is the modern guitar recording process, as utilised in recording studios. In order to optimise the procedure described below, the Palmer company has brought out DACCAPO, a small, orange-coloured box, which really delivers! Design What exactly does re-amping mean?

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Palmer Triage Amp Selector – the multi-amp manager – test report from bonedo.de

Anyone who assumes that Palmer products come from the Anglo-Saxon part of the world is wrong; Palmer is a German manufacturer who has been at home in the audio business for 25 years. The product range is divided into two areas: audio tools and musical instruments. While the audio tools range includes boxes, splitters, summing

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Palmer Phaser pedal – a product review in Guitarrista magazine

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Small demonstration of one of the modulation pedals with screw-on housing from the German firm. The pedal range from Palmer is quite wide (26 models) and there are pedals with very diverse effects in two different formats: the format shown here and in mini format. The mini series was recently expanded to include new-and-improved versions

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Palmer Pedalbay 40 and 60 ‒ product review by guitarrista.com

German company Palmer presents these interesting pedalboards with unique extras such as mobile modules or a height-adjustable base. As always, Palmer has hit the nail on the head with products that are designed to make sound work child’s play for hobby or professional musicians. Devices with modern design, adapted to the ever-changing challenges faced by

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Palmer Macht 402 – powerhouse – test report by Gitarre & Bass

A rack power amp? Haha, that’s a truly exotic idea nowadays. But is that really still the case? These compact energy sources may soon appear on the market more often again. Not because we’re seeing the revival of the 19” era, but as a highly effective addition to modelling preamps. Compact, stereo and practical. But

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Palmer PDI 03 JB – "Joe Bonamassa" – Meet Music Magazine

Long before digital modelling and digital reamping of audio tracks, there was a company who was already well-known for its “straight to mixing” products. This company manufactured products that made it possible to record live sound without microphones. I’m referring to the company Palmer, who is best known for its famous speaker simulator. Virtually every

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Palmer PWT08 – Universal power supply for effects pedals – A test report by Bonedo.de

The Palmer PWT08 is a universal power supply from the German manufacturer with a maximum power output of 2000 mA and eight 9 V connections. Two of these can be switched to 12 or 18 volts. Furthermore, the overall system is highly compact and weighs a mere 300 grams. This sounds extremely promising as there is never

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Palmer Pocket Amp MK2 – Amazona.de tests the portable guitar preamp

“The Palmer Pocket Amp MK 2 offers real added value when it comes to major versatility in minimum space. The excellently made pedal offers a huge range of good sounds, which impress in the various live, studio and practice situations (…)”. This was part of the summary written by Axel Ritt in description of the

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Palmer Fat 50 Combo – small, black and fat at 50 – a test report from amazona.de

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Oh man, how time flies! Has it really been over thirty years since I first heard the English-sounding name Palmer, and then finally found out that it is actually a German company? Since then, this company which was founded in Neu-Anspach in 1980, has popped up on my radar again and again. Whether it’s related

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