MEGADETH, KREATOR, BLIND GUARDIAN, NEVERMORE Members Talk ENGL At MUSIKMESSE (Video)
May 5, 2011
Michael Berger, who works in the artist relations department at Engl, spoke to Mille Petrozza (KREATOR),Chris Broderick (MEGADETH),Jeff Loomis (NEVERMORE),Andr Olbrich (BLIND GUARDIAN) at the Musikmesse Frankfurt 2011 fair (which was held April 6-9, 2011 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany),about their Engl amp setups and their individual bands' current plans. You can watch the nine-minute clip below.
Musikmesse is the world's leading trade fair for the world of music (similar to the U.S. NAMM show, which takes place in California). It showcases musical gear companies from around the globe. There you will find a complete range of products with everything required for making music, not to mention countless workshops, concerts, demonstrations and discussion events.
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