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NAMM 2014: Samson Technologies (Hotone Skyline Pedals & UHF Wireless System)

NAMM 2014: Samson Technologies (Hotone Skyline Pedals & UHF Wireless System)

January 25th, 2014 by




You’ve never seen slide guitar like this. Grammy Award-winning producer, engineer, and guitarist extraordinaire  Larry Mitchell gives us a funk-filled demonstration of Samson’s Hotone Skyline effects pedals that includes his highly unorthodox approach to slide playing.

Hotone Skyline Effects Pedals

Samson’s Derek Ash shows us their high-quality, small footprint Hotone Skyline effects pedals – including the EKO delay pedal, VERB reverb pedal, KOMP compression pedal, LIFTUP boost pedal, WALLY looper, and an array of rich overdrive and distortion pedals that cover the tonal range from BLUES to high-gain metal tones with the WHIP.

 

Hotone Skyline Effects Pedals

Hotone Skyline Effects Pedals

Synth 7 UHF Wireless System

Samson’s new Synth 7 UHG Wireless System is available in handheld, headset, lavalier and guitar configurations. It features a rugged all-metal, rack mountable design and uses professional quality components for seamless operation. These components, combined with Samson’s state-of-the-art engineering, equip the Synth 7 with an excellent signal-to-noise ratio, a wireless range of up to 300 feet, as well as an increased dynamic range to handle the hottest inputs from line level devices.

[Special thanks to Chris Dingman and Alexander Pierce for their fantastic video work, and Chris’ additional editing assistance!]

NAMM 2014: Samson Technologies (Hotone Skyline Pedals & UHF Wireless System)

About Ivan Chopik

Ivan Chopik founded Guitar Messenger in the Fall of 2007 and is currently running the online magazine as Editor-in-Chief, webmaster, and writer. He is also a guitarist, composer, and audio engineer who graduated from Berklee College of Music in May 2012 with a Bachelor of Music degree in Guitar Performance, Music Business & Management, and Music Production/Engineering.

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