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Mike Beigel Brings Mu-Tron Museum Display to NAMM 2015

Mike Beigel Brings Mu-Tron Museum Display to NAMM 2015

Mike Beigel Brings Mu-Tron Museum Display to NAMM 2015…

Musitronics co-founder and Mu-tron III inventor Mike Beigel will be displaying his Inventor’s Collection of vintage Mu-Tron effects units along with the latest products from his new company, Beigel Sound Lab/Mu-FX, at the 2015 Winter NAMM Trade Show in Anaheim, California.

On display will be most of the Musitronics sound modifying devices from 1972-78 including the Mu-tron III, BiPhase, Octave Divider – and some rare prototype units. You will have the opportunity to compare side by side the vintage Mu-Tron units with the new Mu-FX Tru-Tron 3X and Octave Divider in a special A-B test station.

Most musicians know that Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead used the Mu-Tron III and the Mu-Tron Octave divider in his celebrated and mysterious “RIG” that produced such inimitable expressive sounds at the artist’s skilled touch. Many musicians have searched and paid a lot of money for the original Musitronics Mu-Tron III and Octave Divider vintage models to get that legendary sound.

Now we have provided the “as good – AND BETTER” reissues of those products that are “top shelf” quality and AVAILABLE and AFFORDABLE compared to the original vintage products, that often must be repaired and refurbished back to their original manufacturers specifications.

From Mu-Tron to Tru-Tron

This is your chance to meet Mike Beigel, inventor and designer of Mu-Tron and Mu-FX products. Mike will be available for interviews and casual chats about the vintage products, Mu-Tron users like Jerry Garcia, Stevie Wonder, Bootsy Collins and other new Mu-FX pedals that will be available later this year.

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