Tech 21 was on hand at the annual NAMM show last month in Anaheim, CA to show off their new Geddy Lee Signature SansAmp (the GED-2112), and Tech 21's John Bednar took some time out to speak with Premier Guitar magazine for a video interview that was posted to their YouTube channel a couple of weeks ago. In the video Bednar explains how they worked with Geddy to develop the SansAmp, and demonstrates all of its various settings and capabilities. Bednar also reveals that the GED-2112 has a list price of around $499 and should be available for purchase by April of this year. You can learn more about the GED-2112 via the Tech 21 website which also includes this nifty quote from Geddy himself:
The GED-2112 is really a continuation of my long-time approach to bass tone. A 'deep clean' tone coupled with the 'edgy crunch' I get from the SansAmp RPM now all in one box. With selectable A/B inputs, and separate balanced and unbalanced direct outputs, this box is the foundation for great bass tone in any setup. Plus it's green!