Lectrosonics Announces Artist Appearances at NAMM 2019

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Doug Aldridge, Marco Mendoza, Mitch Malloy and Other Artists to Appear

Anaheim, CA (January 15, 2018) ― Lectrosonics is pleased to announce a number of Artist appearances at their 2019 NAMM Booth #17212 this year. The stellar lineup of rock and metal vocalists and guitarists includes: Doug Aldridge (White Snake, Dead Daisies), Gregory Finsley (Queen Nation), Andrew Freeman (Last in Line, Lynch Mob), Oz Fox (Stryper), Marco Mendoza (Dead Daisies, Thin Lizzy, Whitesnake), Mitch Malloy (Great White), Howie Simon (Scrap Metal, Winger) and Phil Soussan (Last in Line, Ozzy Osbourne.) Each of these acclaimed artists have their own favorite selections of Lectrosonics Wireless gear, such as HHa handheld and LT belt pack transmitters with companion LR receivers and the Duet Digital Wireless (IEM) Monitor system to keep the show on the road.

Scheduled appearances are as follows:

Thursday – 1/24
11:00 – 11:45 AM   Mitch Malloy; Gregory Finsley
12:30 – 1:30 PM   Oz Fox; Howie Simon
4:00 – 5:00 PM   Doug Aldridge; Marco Mendoza

Friday – 1/25
11:00 AM -12 PM   Mitch Malloy, Marco Mendoza & Phil Soussan
12:30 – 1:30 PM  Oz Fox; Howie Simon
2:00 – 3:00 PM  Phil Soussan; Andrew Freeman
4:00 – 5:00 PM   Doug Aldridge; Marco Mendoza

Saturday – 1/26
11:00 AM – 12 PM Marco Mendoza; Phil Soussan
12:30 – 1:30 PM Oz Fox; Howie Simon
2:00 – 3:00 PM Phil Soussan & Andrew Freeman
4:00 – 5:00 PM Doug Aldridge & Marco Mendoza

These artists have high praise for Lectrosonics gear to help them through the rigors of performing on tour:

“We tour, literally, around the globe,” says Marco Mendoza, who has high praise for Lectrosonics’ reliability: “I know it can sometimes sound trivial to talk about ‘the rigors of touring’,” he says, “but believe me, when you’re jumping around stage in city after city, with the stuff riding around on the truck in between, there is no better test. If a wireless system goes down in the middle of a tour, you have to take time out to check out other gear, make sure it works for all the countries, and so on. To have a wireless system that we can depend on around the world, like we can with Lectrosonics, is just priceless.”

“The sound is crystal clear. The physical range is great, and the dynamic range doesn’t sound compressed. I have no dropout issues, period,” says Great White’s Mitch Malloy on his Lectrosonics gear.

Leading Queen Tribute Band Lead Vocalist Greg Finsley adds,” I sing very loud,” explains Finsley. “I can just blast the diaphragm of a mic to the point where the engineer almost can’t take enough gain out. It’s a weird thing. But the Lectrosonics HHa stands up to that better than any mic I’ve ever tried.”

Bassist and guitarist Phil Soussan, whose credits read like a who’s who of hard rock royalty, from Ozzy Osbourne to Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil, from Billy Idol to Jimmy Page and beyond, shares with fellow hard rock titans the high audio quality of the Lectrosonics wireless system. “I rotate on bass with Hugh MacDonald, who plays with Bon Jovi. Doug Aldridge, the guitarist of Whitesnake is also part of the lineup,” he says. “These musicians are hardcore cable guys, and when both of them tried my system – they wanted their own straight away. I’ve tried all of the usual brands for wireless —and Lectrosonics is the only system where I can literally say that I can’t tell the difference between it and a cable.”

See Lectrosonics and meet these artists in person at NAMM 2019 Booth #17212.

About Lectrosonics

Well respected within the film, broadcast, and theatre technical communities since 1971, Lectrosonics wireless microphone systems and audio processing products are used daily in mission-critical applications by audio engineers familiar with the company's dedication to quality, customer service, and innovation. Lectrosonics is a US manufacturer based in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. 

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