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From 22-24 September, the international guitar and bass scene will gather at the Rosengarten in Mannheim, Germany, for the 2023 Guitar Summit. This year, the Adam Hall Group will also be there for the first time with its Gravity, Palmer and Adam Hall Cables brands. If you are looking for the combined stand, all you have to do is “follow the light” – because, at the Guitar Summit, Gravity will be presenting a new world-exclusive highlight product for the guitar and bass communities.
Gravity stands are at home everywhere: on live stages, in the rehearsal room, studio or living room. Gravity’s new stand solution is no exception – and yet it is so much more than just another stand. Equipped with patented technology, this unique innovation will make spectators’ eyes light up at the Guitar Summit.
In addition, visitors can expect Gravity’s full musician and content creator equipment portfolio – from guitar stands and microphone stands, to laptop and tablet mounts and diverse content creator tools for creating podcasts, YouTube videos, and more.
Those who regularly make music with stringed instruments will sooner or later end up with Palmer. The brand’s professional audio tools are real problem solvers on stages and in studios and ensure that audio signals get from A to B in the best possible quality. At the Guitar Summit, Palmer will be showing its River Series, among others. These high-quality DI boxes, reamplification boxes, line isolators, splitters and summers ensure that audio signals can flow freely and unhindered – just like the rivers after which the individual models are named.
The joint Adam Hall Group brand Guitar Summit stand – featuring Gravity, Palmer and Adam Hall Cables – is located on Level 0 (the Rosengarten’s ground floor), close to the main entrance.
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