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DENIZ ALATAS & PALMER

Who is he?

Deniz is a guitarist from Darmstadt. He studied at the Akademie für Tonkunst in Darmstadt and studied jazz guitar at the University of Mainz. In 2004, he took first place in the "Youth Jazz Prize" competition in the category Combo Hessen/Germany. In addition to numerous television appearances for broadcasters ZDF, RTL, and HR (among others), he also played at the Java Jazz Festival in Indonesia and at numerous state theatres. He has also opened for acts such as Mayer Hawthorne, Sheila E., Maurice Brown, Brian Auger, Ziggy Marley, Black Ghandi, The Gladiators, Madsen, Christina Stürmer, and Revolverheld. He currently contributes to the following bands and projects: Durden (high-gain jazz), Ease Up LTD. (reggae), Centralstation All Star Band (cover band), Dieter Böck Akustik Ensemble (acoustic jazz), James Simpson Group (organ jazz), PIRO (German rock), Pleasure Unlimited Orchestra (Barry White tribute show), Phongemeinschaft (live DJ dance act), Open Up Wide (Chase tribute band), Thomas Neger und die Humbas, Soulmade (soulful party music), Dein Song 2013 CD, Darmstadt State Theatre.

What does he say about our products?

"With the Fat50 head and the F212, I have finally found my stage sound. Punchy, assertive, and FAT ;) Super usability and extremely rugged, in other words, perfect for on the road. I'm equally enthusiastic about the Overdrive, Solid Metal, and the Hurrigain. The Overdrive is a pedal that you can use very flexibly depending on the situation. The Solid Metal is a blast, because no matter what you connect it to, it always has an extremely authentic metal sound. All I can say about the Hurrigain is: fuzzy sound alarm, it's just SICK ;) and a lot of fun. I'm looking forward to more!"

Deniz Alatas online

www.facebook.com/guitardeniz
www.myspace.com/denizalatas

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