You don’t have to be a musician to enjoy the quality of our headphones.
However, it doesn’t hurt to listen to what some of the best musicians in the world
have to say about our noise cancelling headphones to know that we have a really great product!
Jim Riley, Drummer and bandleader for Rascal Flatts www.jimrileymusic.com
Peter Keys, Lynyrd Skynyrd
Nir Z Nir Z has recorded with various artists and bands including Genisis, John Mayer, and Wynonna. www.nirz.com Nir Z
Ryan Hoyle, Collective Soul www.ryanhoyle.com
Shawn Drover MEGADETH www.megadeth.com
Paul Benedetti Founder and Managing Partner, Voices For All www.voicesforall.com Paul Benedetti
“Whether I’m in the studio or just practicing with my ipod or a click track, your headphones are miraculous. I laughed the first time I came up against a Marshall stack 8 feet away. Truly incredible.”
John Cowsill began his career as a drummer and singer at the tender age of seven, playing clubs in Newport, Rhode Island, with his brothers. The Cowsills became a sensation in the late sixties, earning several top 10 hits, numerous television appearances (including their own hour-long TV special), and touring worldwide. After the family members went their separate ways in the early seventies, John played drums, percussion and sang with artists as diverse as Dwight Twilley, Bette Midler, Tommy Tutone and The Smithereens. He has also worked with Buzzy Feton, Billy Payne, Ernie Watts, Harry Chapin and the Bangles (his wife is the Bangles’ Vicki Peterson). During the eighties, John toured with Jan and Dean, who introduced him to Mike Love. John joined the Beach Boys in 2000, initially as a featured vocalist playing piano and percussion. John is presently back in his comfort zone–the drum seat–playing, singing, and touring year-round with the Beach Boys.
For a list of current Beach Boys dates, go to Beachboysfanclub.com for tour info.
Daniel Erlandsson Arch Enemy Erlandsson
Larry Aberman – Currently performing with Cirque du Soleil’s “Zumanity” at New York New York Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas | www.larryaberman.com
Gaylelynn McKinney, drummer myspace.com/gayelynnmckinney
Extreme Isolation Headphones advocate Enrico Sesselego is an internationally respected instructor and recording engineer who has worked with The Yardbirds, Jeff Beck, Steve Vai, Slash, and Paul Gilbert among many others in the music industry.
George Kollias Drummer for Nile www.GeorgeKollias.com
Mike Young, aka “Powder,” drummer for “The Saddle Tramps”
A-me, Shock City Records recording artist www.myspace.com/listentoame
Chris Loesch & Doug Firley Co-Owners & Producers Shock City Studios, St. Louis, MO www.shockcitystudios.com
Isaiah Fogle, a young drummer on a mission! This young man is an inspiration to all of us at Direct Sound Headphones. Isaiah is a remarkably talented young man who can light up a room with his smile, not to mention his drumming. We are proud to be a part of Isaiah’s very bright future.
www.isaiahfogle.com Isaiah Fogle
Michael Puwal Sound Kitchen Studios Nashville, TN www.soundkitchen.com Sound Kitchen Studios
“I love my EX-29 Extreme Isolation Headphones. I use them for live shows instead of floor monitors, as well as using them in the studio. They are awesome, especially when using a click track. After being onstage my ears used to ring quite often. I enjoy the hearing protection I get now at the same high stage volumes just by using my Extreme Isolation headphones. The staff and service at Direct Sound has been fantastic. Everyone there has always gone the extra mile and beyond to assist me.”
Sheldon “RocKit” Miller Drummer with “On The Rocks” (Seattle) www.myspace.com/sheldondrums
“I love my EX-29s, not only for drummers, these headphones are great for singers too. They fold up nicely for the singer’s gig bag, are comfortable, sound killer and are a great value for vocalists on a budget”.
Robert Lunte The Vocalist Studio www.TheVocalistStudio.com www.TheModernVocalist.com
Lukasz Sarnacki Polish metal drummer
“That alone enables me to better entertain and communicate with my listening audience. Extreme Isolation…it’s all in the headphones!”
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