Dick Dale Surf Guitar Inspired Audio & Voice Recorder
As a nod to Dick Dale, the father of "Surf Guitar", Brand New Noise created this seafoam colored audio recorder with guitars design. Dale not only pioneered the surf guitar style, was one of the first to use reverb audio effects, but also worked with Leo Fender to create The Showman, a 100Watt amp. In 1994, the movie Pulp Fiction used Dale's hit Miserlou as the opening theme.
Brand New Noise Instruments and Audio recorder are designed to inspire creativity and music in kids, audiophiles, sound designers, and musicians of all styles and levels.
My two sons and I love it! We've been using it non-stop since we got it. Endless laughs and innovation.
I like the bright teal coloring and subtle guitars on this particular one, but the sounds are the real draw.