Jeff Loomis: endorses Two Notes Audio Engineering

Legendary 7-stringer Jeff Loomis endorses Two Notes Audio Engineering

A friend of Keith Merrow's and Ola Englund's, Jeff Loomis has after them acquired a Torpedo Live by Two Notes to add to his recording and stage gear. “I’m very happy to be working with the Torpedo Live Rack and team,"" he said. ""It is a great product and I would tell any recording or live guitarist to own one. If one struggles with micing up guitar cabs be it live or in the studio, this is the rack you have been looking for. Very consistent!“
Loomis got the Torpedo Live to take with him on his upcoming tour.

Already one of the most lauded and influential guitarists of his generation, Jeff Loomis will forever leave his mark on the face of metal – AGAIN – when Century Media releases his new epic, Plains of Oblivion, on April 10.

Loomis will support Plains of Oblivion by touring with two exciting young metal bands who have both professed him to be one of their greatest influences: Periphery and Protest the Hero. Loomis contributed guest guitars to the track “Racecar” on Periphery’s self-titled 2010 debut.

Jeff Loomis made his first impact upon the metal world when, at the ripe old age of sixteen, he auditioned to be the new lead guitar player for the legendary Megadeth. Although Dave Mustaine ultimately decided that Loomis was too young to join the band, he was so impressed with Loomis’ abilities that he brought the guitarist to the attention of Sanctuary, who were themselves looking for a new six stringer. When Sanctuary disbanded two years later, Loomis teamed up his bandmates Warrel Dane and Jim Shepard to form Nevermore. He went on to write and record seven studio albums with that band, creating some of the most memorable riffs of the late twentieth and early twenty-first century.

In 2013, Loomis’ playing is as innovative and vital as ever, and Plains of Oblivion is his most personal expression of his creative vision yet. The metal world will never be the same.

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