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Two Notes and Jeff Stinco Unite to Drop Artist Cabinet Collection

Two Notes and Jeff Stinco Unite to Drop Artist Cabinet Collection


All-new Artist-Series DynIR collection featuring 7 cabinets captured at MoonSun Studios in Laval, under veteran Capture Master, Andy Cherna (Diffusion Audio).

With a career spanning 2 decades, 12 international platinum-rated certifications, six studio albums, two live albums, one video album, three extended plays and twenty singles, it’s clear to see that lead guitarist of Canada’s-own Simple Plan - Jeff Stinco - knows a thing or two about standout tone. When Two notes HQ caught wind of his immense gear collection, it was certain they needed to get in on that action!

Enter The Jeff Stinco | Anthology featuring 7 exquisite DynIRs, inspired by - and captured from - Jeff’s personal collection at MoonSun Studios in Laval, under the watchful eye of veteran Capture Master, Andy Cherna (Diffusion Audio). From a “Secret Sauce” Marshall 4x12, to a studio main-stay Bogner 4x12 - lest we forget a 1964 Vox AC30, a Two-Rock 2x12 outfitted with twin WGS-Designed TR1265B speakers, and a super-rare 1964 Fender Deluxe 1x12 outfitted with a genuine Oxford® 12L5 ceramic magnet driver - all the rudiments of formidable artist-grade tone were primed from the get-go. Cap this with pro-grade preamps, an exquisite selection of mics and Grade-A converters, and the resultant DynIRs were earmarked as bonafide Two notes Classics before we even hit “record”!

The Jeff Stinco | Anthology is available immediately from the Two notes store exclusively for 55€/$ (USD); individual cabinets from the collection are available for individual sale at 10€/$ (USD).

For more information, please visit two-notes.com.

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