The Trace Elliot 12 Band range is fast becoming the amp of choice for today’s current crop of pop and indie artists. None more so than Marina and the Diamonds. The versatile preamp section allows for every tone imaginable from smooth low grooves to full bore distorted growls and was recently seen during Marina’s impressive appearance on the ‘Later With Jools Holland’ show. The smooth dynamics of the AH600-12 through the 1048H and 1518 cabinets have become an integral part of bassist Dan Gulino’s tone for The Diamonds and has proved invaluable for the sound of their live show.
Marina is following up her critically acclaimed debut, ‘Family Jewels’ and impressive Brit Nomination for the Critics Choice Award with a string of sold out dates across the UK, before heading into Europe and the States. The summer will also see Marina and the Diamonds’ debut at the UK’s Glastonbury Festival, with Dan taking his Trace AH600-12 and cabinets with him on every show. As Dan himself says “The Trace Elliot AH600-12 head has given me the ultimate choice of clear frequencies from mean bottom ends, to a perfect high range! It’s very easy to use and it's beautifully presented. I'll certainly be using Trace Elliot products for a long time!’