Battlecreek, MI (July 5, 2016) — Rocktron’s Versatune rack tuner has proven to be an essential piece of gear not only on the road, but in studios as well. In the case of rockers Thousand Foot Krutch, the versatile, true-bypass rack tuner for both guitar and bass has provided exceptional functionality, ease of use, and flexibility with international use in recording studios in both the USA (Nashville) and Canada (Toronto).
Trevor McNevan, lead singer & songwriter with award winning rock band Thousand Foot Krutch describes the VersaTune as “… the next level. Rocktron really pushed the limits here by adapting everything you could ever want in a tuner into one! Well done Rocktron for raising the bar!” Trevor and TFK have recently released a follow up album to the critically acclaimed OXYGEN:INHALE entitled EXHALE. They are currently touring America with the new album.
Why the VersaTune rack tuner? The extra large case allows for more sophisticated hardware and advanced features, ideal for recording studios. Its large note indicator is easy to see on stage with the large display and bright LED’s providing the perfect amount of light. The VersaTune shows its versatility with plenty of presets for altered, dropped and open tunings. Its multiple ins and outs mean it can easily be incorporated in more complex set ups. In addition, the VersaTune can also be used for mandolins, ukuleles and pedal steel guitars.
Rocktron’s VersaTune rack tuner is available at Rocktron retailers worldwide. Rocktron is a division of GHS Corporation, Battle Creek, Michigan. To find out more please go to http://www.rocktron.com/
Rocktron is a division of GHS Corporation, Battle Creek, Michigan.