Schertler Play And Win Competition

Try the Yellow Blender pre-amp at your Schertler reseller and enter an exclusive prize draw      03/07/12

Schertler Play And Win Competition


Swiss manufacturer Schertler invites you to test its Yellow Blender high quality pre-amp in store and enter an exclusive prize draw. Visit a participating reseller between July 1st and August 31st, check out the pre-amp, complete a questionnaire and return it to Schertler.
A frange of prizes includes a Yellow Blender, a Yellow Single, a DYN-G acoustic guitar transducer, two LB229 wireless systems, BASIK Road and BASIK Set contact microphone packages and a number of ACTIVE DIs. Schertler is also giving away one full pass for the Frankfurt Musikmesse/NAMM, plus two Musikmesse day passes. Runner-up prizes include Swiss Army knives and Baseball hats.
Combining high quality sound with flexible performance options, the Yellow Blender pre-amp provides 3 input channel options for connecting a range of microphones, pick-ups and other sources, plus a maximum of 4 output options with multiple connections. The two main microphone and instrument channels include 4-band EQ to ensure a wide range of tone control. The unit's send and return sockets can be used for an effects loop. Yellow Blender's lightweight yet robust aluminium housing has also been designed to withstand regular live use.
Schertler would now like to hear about your playing experience with Yellow Blender. An international list of participating resellers, plus the questionnaire, can be found at their website Pricing and Availability:
Free entry. Contest runs until August 31st. Prizewinners will be announced during September. More information:

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