Music is a wonderful gift that humanity has received that is enjoyed by people of all ages. There are numerous instruments that people can play and a popular one with teenagers is the guitar. Something that can certainly enhance the guitar experience is having the right equipment to go along with it. Here are three benefits of Hilton Pedals and Accessories.
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This amplifier is easy to dial in on a pedal steel. Dialing in your sound only takes a minute. Place each of the treble kids and bass at a starting point of straight up (12:00 noon). Get that adjusted in seconds and set your volume and reverb level. You may add in delay or chorus if you like. All those effects are built in this amplifier. You also receive a remote that fits on the leg of your steel guitar. You may turn off or on your effects from the leg of your steel guitar. Convenience and pure clean sound is what you have with this amplifier. Lighter than older Peavey amps, more powerful and a clean sound for steel guitar. Everyone can dial in a great sound with a deep bass sound that other amplifiers lack. The 115 comes in at 250 watts of power, just add the extension cabinet and double your power to 500 watts produced by 2 separate amplifiers inside the Session 115. Separate the amplifiers a bit and hear a wide well rounded sound from your pedal steel guitar. Anyone can easily operate this amplifier and be amazed how much clearer and distinct your pedal steel stands out in the mix.
And it won't break your back moving it!
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