Visual Sound’s Products in Major TV Shows this Fall
Tennessee based guitar pedal effects company, Visual Sound, has product placement in ABC´ upcoming smash show “Nashville,” and the TBS comedy, “The Wedding Band.”
Spring Hill, TN (PRWEB) July 13, 2012
Along with late night talk shows Conan, Letterman, and The Tonight Show starring Jay Leno, Visual Sound now has products placement in two of the most highly anticipated TV shows in recent years, T-Bone Burnett´s “Nashville” and TBS´ crazy new comedy, “The Wedding Band” starring Brian Austin Green, Peter Cambor, and Melora Hardin.
Steven Bliss, Visual Sound’s Director of Artist Relations, had this to say: “Seven years ago we began our love affair with late night television when I contacted guitarist, arranger, and now Musical Director for Conan O´Brien, Jimmy Vivino, about our pedals. That relationship continues to this day. Over the years we have expanded into several other TV shows including American Idol. Over the last year I became friends with Danny Rowe who has been involved with music properties for several new shows. The result has been our products being used and strategically placed in two of the hottest new shows debuting this Fall. It´s very exciting for us to reach into all the genres of musical entertainment and to see our brand plastered all over the screen.”
Along with exposure in television, film, recording, and concert stages all over America including being sponsors of the Van´s Warped Tour to rockin´ the stage of the Summerland 2012 Tour with Lit, Visual Sound continues to deliver high quality, affordable products for demanding musicians around the world.
About Visual Sound
At the beginning of 1995, Bob Weil and his wife Julie started Visual Sound in their apartment. Since then, Visual Sound has become known as one of the premier guitar effects and power supply manufacturers in the world. The motto, “Real Tone for Real People”, perfectly articulates this Tennessee company´s philosophy. “My goal has always been to make the best products money can buy at a price the average musician can afford”, says Weil. For more information, please visit http://visualsound.net
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