Randall Amplifiers and Washburn Guitars Endorser, Dan Donegan of Disturbed is on Tour as Part of the Mayhem Festival

August 18, 2008



Check out Washburn Guitars and Randall Amplifiers endorser Dan Donegan of Disturbed on tour as part of the Mayhem Festival.

The Mayhem Festival will be wrapping up their tour this month in Buffalo, New York.

Donegan can be seen playing his Randall RM100M with his signature module, the 1086. The RM100 is both traditional and modern technology rolled into one amplifier. First there are 3 independent modular channels that can be loaded with Donegan’s choice and combination of the available tube preamp modules, such as his signature module. Each channel can be loaded with a preamp tone that fits any players’ needs with the ability to expand arsenal anytime a new tone is needed. This amp gives the flexibility and capability to build the amp with a personalized clean, rhythm, and hi-gain tone for a complete custom set-up.

Donegan can also be seen playing his signature Washburn guitars including the Chopper Top Idol, Chopper Top Maya, and his newly created Maya guitar featuring the album cover graphics from Disturbed’s latest release, "Indestructible". The Chopper Top Idol features an ebony fretboard and flame abalone inlay, with Sperzel® tuners, Seymour Duncan pickups, a Tune-O-Matic bridge and tone Pros tailpiece. The Maya features a mahogany body and ebony fretboard and flame abalone inlay, with Sperzel tuners, Seymour Duncan pickups, a Tune-O-Matic bridge and String Thru tailpiece.

Randall Amplifiers and Washburn Guitars are owned by US Music Corp., located just north of Chicago.  US Music Corp. is a uniquely positioned, fully integrated musical instrument company that manufactures and markets instruments, accessories and audio equipment for professionals, aspiring professionals, collectors, hobbyists and beginner musicians.  Also owned by US Music Corp. are Eden Electronics, Parker Guitars, Oscar Schmidt and Vinci Strings.

For more information on Randall Amplifiers visit randallamplifiers.com.

For more information on Washburn Guitars visit washburn.com.



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