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Moog synth praised by Marina and the Diamonds musician
Jon Shone explained the group do not have a lead guitarist so it was important for them to find a piece of equipment that could give them great solo lead sounds, reports MI-Pro. He added he really enjoys using the Moog Little Phatty, as he is always discovering new and interesting sounds when he practises on it.
The musician revealed the synth has an important role to play in gigs, with the Moog helping to take the band's performance level up a notch when they are on stage.
Marina and the Diamonds have a busy few months ahead of them, as they are set to embark on tour of Australia during December and January. They will then head off for an extensive round of dates in the US, culminating with three shows in Las Vegas in February.
ÂPosted on 1 Dec 2010 18:26 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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