TC-Helicon, TC Electronic and Tannoy, all members of the TC Group family of companies, will premier nine new products at this year’s NAMM Show.
Spanning from vocal processing and monitoring, guitar looping, studio monitoring and last but not least a book release on all aspects of vocal performance, a lot of ground is covered.
Kevin Alexander, VP of Business Management, adds “We are coming into NAMM hot off the release of a family of four Bass Combos, a new version of the game-changing PolyTune pedal tuner, mini reverb and boost pedals, and the TonePrint Editor for iPad – all since the summer. But musicians don’t stop inspiring us to spend more time in the office bashing out new gear. To have major new product and products ranges debuted at NAMM speaks to the coffee-fueled ingenuity of our musician-focused development teams.”
TC Group will be exhibiting all of the new products at booth 5932, and all NAMM attendees are invited to stop by for a demonstration, a hands-on experience and a chat with the product managers and specialists.
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