UK’s Stone Deaf FX signs major distribution deal
Huddersfield’s Stone Deaf Pedals and Amplifiers is the latest company to sign with Audio Distribution Group for pan-European distribution, including the UK.
Founded in 2009 by Luke Hilton, Stone Deaf’s first hit was the PDF-1 a drive pedal with a parametric EQ and active circuitry that allowed for on-the-fly control via an expression pedal. This technology has shaped the foundation of Stone Deaf’s range of drive, distortion and fuzz pedals: Warp Drive, Kliptonite, Fig Fumb, Trashy Blonde and the successor to the company’s first creation, the PDF-2.
Despite the current passion for all things analogue, Stone Deaf has also moved into the digital domain with the Tremotron, an all analogue but digitally controlled Dual Tremolo pedal.
Stone Deaf founder, Luke Hilton, says: ‘Stone Deaf are pleased to be working with Steve, Bruce and their team at ADG. I know that they are the exact partners we need to help us grow to our full potential as a brand and will support us to continually work positively with our innovative products, expanding dealer network and our joint marketing efforts’.
ADG’s COO Bruce Davidson adds: ‘ADG is delighted to now be responsible for distributing the amazing Stone Deaf brand across Europe and help to bring these fantastic British-made products to an even wider audience. Working closely with Luke and his team is a real pleasure and from what we’ve discussed and seen with future product plans, this is definitely a brand to watch, for sure!’.
Info: www.audiodistributiongroup.com and www.stonedeaffx.com
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