Caught a few minutes with Tyler Tingey’s board at the Brumby concert last night. Amazing use of multiple delay settings, the Big Sky for all sorts of incredible depth, and further texture via multiple octaves.
If you haven’t discovered Brumby yet, follow them at @brumby_music on twitter, visit their site at www.brumbymusic.com, follow them on Facebook, or all of the above. They sling a fantastic brand of guitar-driven Western Rock (not to be confused or conflated with Country, now…) and are definitely going places. Their EP, The Westwind Kid, is currently available on ITunes and merits a listen.
The AC-40 weighs less than 12 pounds, making it a breeze to carry to gigs, rehearsals, open mics, and jam sessions. Dual channels include a dedicated GUITAR channel and a MIC/LINE channel that accepts an XLR microphone, a second guitar, or any line-level device, providing versatility for a variety of performance situations. Each channel has its own three-band EQ for independent sound shaping, plus dedicated controls for the onboard chorus and reverb effects. A stereo AUX input jack on the rear panel makes it simple to connect a smart phone or music player and jam with backing music in performances and practice sessions.