November 2009 - Edmonton's Stereos Hit the Road with a full Traynor Powered Backline
Miles Holmwood, Daniel Johnson and Robby Chalifoux of the band Stereos have adopted Traynor amplifiers for their backline on their upcoming tours.
Miles Holmwood (lead guitar) is now using the Traynor YCS50H all-tube 50-watt head and Traynor 412 cabinet, as is rhythm guitarist Robby Chalifoux. Daniel Johnson (bass) has adopted the Traynor YBA200 200-watt head and TC810 cabinet.
"Sounds like a T-Rex roar shredding through my speakers," says Robby Chalifoux of his Traynor half stack. "...finally, something that doesn't suck... and I bet you can't own just one."
"Thank God it's not a M*RSH*LL - Day 20 on tour and the tolex still hasn't ripped," says lead guitarist Miles Holmwood of his YCS50H Head and cabinet combination. "Oh Yah!!! They sound amazing too!"
In what seems to be a surprisingly short existence for the Stereos, the band has already amassed total digital sales of 170,000 downloads before their official record release! Within the first week, the single Summer Girl became Universal Music Canada's first ever domestic digital only release to hit #1. They are the first band in history to achieve two consecutive #1 hits on the Billboard Canadian Emerging Chart as their follow-up single, Throw Ya Hands Up knocked what became 2009's summer anthem, Summer Girl out of the top spot.
The band was recently signed to Island Def Jam America for a full American record launch and tour for 2010.
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