Jeff Waters of Canadian metal veterans ANNIHILATOR presented his Epiphone signature series line of Flying V guitars as well as the new Coreblade amp from Hughes & Kettner at this year's Musikmesse Frankfurt 2010 fair, which was held March 24-27, 2010 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

Hughes & Kettner artist relations manager Frank Urschel conducted an interview with Waters at the event. Watch the clip below. Also available is soundcheck footage from Waters' performance at Musikmesse.

As an enthusiastic Coreblade user, Jeff not only loves its atomic punch and brutal tone, but also is most excited about this all-tube-amp's full programmability and USB interface. In his recent European clinics, Jeff demonstrated Coreblade's outstanding qualities and how to make good use of all its clever features in practice. It should go without saying that this, of course, also included a very nice display of Jeff's phenomenal guitar work.

Jeff graciously consented to make his personal sound set available to all users worldwide. At you can find his signature set as a zip file, ready to download. Simply unpack it to your dedicated Coreblade USB stick and enjoy (detailed instructions included)! As a bonus, this sound set contains an additional two banks with Jeff's live presets — an absolute must-have for every serious metal aficionado.


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