Video footage of MEGADETH mainman Dave Mustaine introducing the all-new G2.1DM Dave Mustaine signature edition guitar effects pedal at a press conference on January 15 at the Zoom booth at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California during the 2011 NAMM (National Association Of Music Merchants) show can be viewed below.
"This pedal is built for action," declared Mustaine. "With my personal sound effects and a large expression pedal modeled after the accelerator of one of my favorite sports cars onboard, the G2.1DM leaves all contenders at the starting line."
"It's been a honor working closely with Dave on this new pedal," said Mark Menghi, artist relations director. "Zoom has been fully-committed to capturing his thrash metal guitar sound in the G2.1DM. We are excited to be unleashing it on guitar players everywhere."
Premier Guitar's Jason Shadrick visited the Zoom booth during the 2011 NAMM. In the video segment below, we get to see and learn more about Zoom's G3 guitar effects and G2.1DM Dave Mustaine signature multi-FX.
Dave Mustaine announcement/press conference at NAMM:
Premier Guitar's look at G2.1DM Dave Mustaine:
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