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Peavey AmpKit praised by My Jerusalem star
The Peavey AmpKit has come in for praise from a professional musician.
Jeff Klein, a singer-songwriter from the band My Jerusalem, explained he has been making good use of the audio interface since getting his hands on the piece of equipment.
He said the Peavey AmpKit has been an invaluable tool in allowing him to create music away from the studio.
"Using AmpKit is like having a practice amp in your pocket at all times," the musician said.
"I've already written two songs using it in hotel rooms."
Klein may be using his AmpKit in recording the follow-up to the last My Jerusalem album Gone for Good, which was released to widespread critical acclaim back in October.
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ÂPosted on 25 Nov 2010 13:33 to category : Instruments News
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