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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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LD Systems, Palmer and Gravity support SPH Bandcontest

The SPH Bandcontest is a competition which aims to promote young up-and-coming artists. The event is supported by the national music industry and corresponding associations. We are proud to be able to support this outstanding contest with prizes provided by LD Systems, Palmer and Gravity! Since 2008, more than 200 students and musicians have been


Palmer Octobus – Loop Switcher for effects pedals – A Bonedo.de Test Report

The Palmer Octobus in the bonedo test Marathon – The German manufacturer Palmer enters our testing marathon for effects pedal loopers. The boys from Hessen tend to focus on the essential in terms of design, there are no fancy special functions such as amp-switches or MIDI controls, but a simple program: eight loops can be

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LD Systems and Palmer support the new Jamliner Bus – Hamburg's musical bus

The Jamliner II is a former bus, which was rebuilt with help from sponsors to turn it into a mobile band rehearsal room. LD Systems contributed two DDQ 10 active speakers, a LAX6D compact mixer, and a LDHPA6 headphone amplifier. Palmer supported the project by providing high-quality DI speakers. The bus route covers socially-disadvantaged neighbourhoods.


Palmer Pedalbay 60 – Pedalboard – Review in Meet Music magazine

The market for affordable and easily transportable pedalboards, and by that we mean a system that is placed on the floor and which can accommodate a certain number of pedals, has previously been dominated by one brand. Palmer have decided it’s time for a change! That’s why the company is introducing a pedalboard onto the


Palmer Root Effect compressor – I like blue – test report from Bonedo.de

Our third test candidate from the range of Palmer Root Effects is blue and operates as a compressor. When it comes to dynamic processing, the tastes of guitarists are well-known to vary widely. Some like hard compression á la MXR Dynacomp, a legendary pedal which interferes strongly with the sound pattern, others prefer compressors which


Palmer DACCAPO Re-Amplification Box – Review by Guitar Interactive Magazine

Twenty years ago no one used re-amping – now everyone is at it. Andi Picker explores a magic box. I’ve written before in Making Tracks about the advantages of taking a clean DI recording alongside a live guitar part, and we’ve looked at a couple of software amp-sims that can be used to bring those


Palmer Pocket Series – Big Effects Package – Test report by Soundcheck magazine

Palmer delivers complete package of compact effect pedals in the Pocket Series. The individual pedals are also quite inexpensive. We have taken a closer look at them. The small pedals are sturdily built and likely to survive a harsh, mobile musical experience even when transported without protection. This is made possible by their solid housing,

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ln the mix – Interview with Cenzo Townshend by Dan Gumble

Mixer and audio engineer, Cenzo Townshend, speaks to Dan Gumble about gear, working with some of the biggest names in music and the importance of a healthy MI retail environment. Few mixers can boast a client list to rival that of Cenzo Townshend. Over the past two decades, he has mixed some of the most successful


Press: Fresh from the tuning workshop – the Palmer Pocket Amp MK 2

For even more sound variety and precision adjustment, the Palmer Pocket Amp has been reworked from the ground up. Inside the housing featuring the usual controllers and functions, the Pocket Amp MK 2 boasts a new drive that is tuned for optimum performance. Equipped with totally new High Performance Operational Amplifiers, the new MK 2

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