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You Me at Six star hails Vox guitars and amps
Max Heyler, the guitarist in You Me at Six, has explained he makes use of Vox equipment.
The musician said the Vox AC30 was his first-ever guitar amp and has served him well over the years.
He noted work on the group's third album will have sounds that are particularly well-suited to the piece of equipment, reports MI-Pro.
Heyler stated he is not the only fan of the Vox AC30 guitar amp, as Steph Carter from punk band Gallows recently told him switching to it was one of the best decisions he has ever made.
The You Me at Six star went on to praise the Vox 55-series guitars.
He explained: "The pick-ups are amazing and so quiet. It's got a really great tone to it as well. The amount of sounds you can get out of this guitar is unbelievable and it sounds great through my Vox AC30."
You Me at Six have a busy summer ahead of them, as they have been lined up as the support band for Blink 182's British arena tour.
They have also been booked to play at Sonisphere, T in the Park and V Festival this year.
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ÂPosted on 24 Mar 2011 13:21 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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