Dan Sindel Proudly Plays Visual Sound!

24 02 2007


(Feb 15, 2007) Yet again an exciting day as Dan Sindel becomes part of the Visual Sound family of artists.
After a ground breaking introduction at the 07′ Winter NAMM show Dan was immediately impressed by the quality of the gear and business philosophy of the company!

Dan states: “Rarely do you find a company that is producing top quality products like this..! Visual Sound has some of the most amazing sounding gear I have played through and their reputation is growing amongst the working musicians and players and I am humbled and honored to have established a relationship with Visual Sound.
I have invested in the Workhorse Pony 1×12 Amp, Jekyll & Hyde™, Visual Volume™, Route 66™ and the H2O™… basically their entire product line..! IT’S THAT GOOD..! 
I am always on the lookout for great tone to enhance my “Symphonic Guitars” concept and this is a keeper!”

With names like: Paul Jackson Jr., Steven Curtis Chapman, Earth Wind & Fire, Eric Johnson, Relient K, U2, Metallica, Phil Keaggy, Johnny Hiland, and a host of other amazing session players and musicians in Nashville, Los Angeles, New York, and around the world, Bob Weil and Visual Sound are synonymous with helping create the great sounds flooding the airwaves of today’s most innovative music.

Listen to mp3 samples of top players using Visual Sound

Dan Sindel with Grammy Award winning engineer Khaliq Glover
Dan Sindel with Grammy Award winning engineer Khaliq Glover




One response

10 03 2007

Thank you Visual Sound for believing in me..!


Dan Sindel

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