ISP attended the 2012 NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA this year. What an amazing event to be a part of! ISP rented a booth in Hall D and enjoyed a steady stream of individuals who not only shared our enthusiasm for music, but all of whom were equally excited to check out ISP’s newest gear. There were also live demos being played through our gear right in the booth by both Xander Demos and Ethan Brosh. There was plenty for people to be excited about when it came to the new ISP gear as well.
ISP had a HDDS (High Definition Distributed System) set up in our booth and it was receiving rave reviews. The system consists of a control module as well as self powered speakers in either wall or ceiling mount varieties. The speakers receive both the signal and a small amount of current all over an inexpensive CAT5 cable that makes installation a breeze. With amazing sound and clarity from such a small and easy to install system, it is no wonder why it has such an advantage over the current 70 volt systems.
ISP also had the newest additions their wildly popular noise reduction pedal lineup. Destined to be the next must have pedals for anyone who plays guitar, the Decimator II and the Decimator G-String II. Boasting improvements and tweaks such as a smoother linear response and different configuration options, this dynamic duo definitely made waves at the show.