Whether in the studio or on stage: The Rolling Stones are one of the biggest rock bands of all time. Songs like “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction“, “Angie“, “Gimme Shelter“, and “Paint It Black“ elevated them to music Olympus. But they couldn’t have done it without the right equipment. So it’s no surprise that The Rolling Stones have brought out their own line of cables for microphone and guitar in cooperation with Bravado and audio manufacturer Adam Hall (based in the town of Neu-Anspach close to Frankfurt).
Adam Hall is a frontrunner in the audio and events industries. Prolight + Sound 2014 was another opportunity for them to present their latest products, including customised flight cases, the DAVE 18 G3 compact speaker system from LD Systems, and two new Audac power amplifier ranges.
Rolling Stones Cables: Just Starting It Up
During the development of the Rolling Stones cable range, Adam Hall made durability and undistorted sound a priority all down the line. To achieve this, the tough guitar and microphone cables have been provided with double copper and aluminium spiral shielding, boasting extremely low capacitance. Working in collaboration with NEUTRIK, Adam Hall also designed special gold-plated XLR and 6.35mm audio jacks, which include an exclusive version of silentPLUG.
The Rolling Stones Cables by Adam Hall are available now in a variety of lengths – but for a limited period only! So you gotta move, or it may turn out that you can’t always get what you want. However, Adam Hall CEO Alexander Pietschmann has revealed that “The collaboration with the Rolling Stones and Bravado is the first in a series of exciting product launches and collaborative projects, with which we will systematically expand our range of cables over the next few years.” Hold onto your hat then – Adam Hall will be coming down again to Prolight + Sound 2015 to rip the joint and present a whole new series of audio products.
Picutre sources: Adam Hall