In the first deal of its kind for Bugera announces a collaboration with Lee Ritenour to develop a signature all-valve guitar amplifier.Ritenour recently chose the 333XL amplifier and the 412F-BK cabinet to use in studio sessions for his upcoming album Six String Theory, and toured with the same equipment throughout Europe in November of 2009. Following the successful tour and recording, Ritenour has agreed to work closely with Bugera engineers to develop an amp to his exacting specifications.Mr. Ritenour's recordings are known for juxtaposing a myriad of guitar tones from clean to distorted; expect his namesake amp to do the same. A release date for the amplifier has not been set.Lee Ritenour has released 43 albums in his 30+ year career and is often cited as a pioneer in the smooth jazz and jazz fusion genres. Learn more about Lee Ritenour at www.leeritenour.com.Bugera products are distributed exclusively by Behringer.For more information, visit their web site at www.bugera-amps.com.
Miles Mosley Announces International Tour Celebrating Critically Acclaimed Debut Album, Uprising
Seminal ’60s Garage Rock Icons The Sonics Return With New Band Lineup And March Live Dates
Watch Video Demos of All The New Gear From Bass Player Live! 2016 (VIDEO)
This Week in Free Stuff: Vocal, Neurostep and SFX Samples
New UVI UVS-3200 Captures the Semi-Modular Sounds of the Vintage Korg PS-3200
Pyramind Launches a Global Music Mentorship Network
EMIKO - The Musical Traveler on Her New Release “Simple Love”
UVI UVS-3200 Captures the Analog Sound of the Vintage Semi-Modular Korg PS-3200
Les Paul or Lucille? Check Out This Solidbody vs. Semihollow Guitar Comparison
James Hetfield Tells Why He’s Against Fixing the Bass on ‘…And Justice for All’
Kurt Cobain’s Vintage Late-Fifties Hagstrom Deluxe Is on eBay
Seether Premiere New Song and Music Video, "Let You Down," Reveal New Album Details
While She Sleeps Premiere New Music Video, "Silence Speaks," Featuring Bring Me The Horizon's Oli Sykes
Sinner Sinners Premiere New Song Featuring Eagles of Death Metal's Jesse Hughes, "Celexa Blues"
Michael Schenker Talks Nostalgic New Live Album, ‘Michael Schenker Fest Tokyo’
Good Little Thing: Joshua Jacobson Talks Bonding—and Recording—with Dickey Betts
Real Amp vs. Fake Amp: Can You Tell the Difference?
Copyright ©2017 by NewBay Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. 28 East 28th Street, 12th floor, New York, NY 10016 T (212) 378-0400 F (212) 378-0470