The SR&D line of Rockmodules was revolutionary in several ways. First and foremost, beginning with the coveted Sustainor, the Rockmodules emulated and allowed other guitarists to come close to the gigantic guitar sound created by Tom Scholz of Boston. Now, it wasn't a Xerox copy of his sound, but Scholz shared quite a few secrets with the rest of the world when it came to the general idea of how to get a guitar sound bigger than life itself. Before forming SR&D, Scholz achieved his tone with old tube amps. Actually, his first product under the SR&D name was the Power Soak, which was and still is used by players who prefer old tube amp power stage saturation.
PerfectSound Rock Refurbs goes through each and every Rockmodule with a fine tooth comb, checking for sonic clarity, mechanical soundness, and electrical stability. We also look for upgrades in circuitry, where newer or better parts may be available. In addition, it means point to point soldering or resoldering, upgraded wiring, or shielding. Each and every module is actually played through with an electric guitar (no synthesizers used) and must satisfy the ear of an accomplished player.
It has been said that the Rockman Rockmodules were the best designed, yet worst manufactured guitar processors ever made. PSRR corrects this, allowing you to hear these modules the way they should have exited the factory, in some cases two decades ago. Many small things were overlooked in the assembly of the Rockmodules, which ended up harming circuitry later on down the road…which in turn harmed many a gig. For this reason, the SR&D name was somewhat cursed by players.
The phrase "WE EXIST FOR GREAT GUITAR SOUND" was printed on many boxes leaving the SR&D factory. Well, PerfectSound Rock Refurbs EXISTS FOR GREAT GUITAR SOUND…AGAIN!!! In other words, we are here to redeem the Rockman name in all it's glory. Long Live Rock!!
Best Regards, David Accomando
President, PerfectSound Rock Refurbs
We cater to your endless search for tone!! Over 25 years of rock and roll experience!!
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