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As a working and travelling musician I am constantly playing shows in Europe and the USA where budgets and time constraints don't allow for the shipping of my own equipment...Time and experience has shown that no amount of checking with a hire company or festival supplier can take away the element of “Is the amp OK ?” Until now...

The H&K Grandmeister 36 gives me so many options for taking my sounds and patches with me - I can load them from my I Pad onto the amp in under a minute...if its a backline company who want to go the extra mile they can take the info by email and load it in advance for me...Or if all else fails, at 7.5 kg I can take the amp with me as “hand baggage”!

Try doing that with your “old school valve heads”...and see how far you get...

Oh did I mention the ease of programming and the stunning out of the box sounds...

Check it out...and change your guitar playing!



Midge Ure is usually associated with the sweeping synth scapes of Ultravox (with their hits Vienna and Dancing With Tears In My Eyes amongst others) or Visage with the genre setting Fade To Grey...

But guitar was Midges first and lasting love, and his choppy but melodic phrases weave across the Ultravox catalogue and his own solo career with hits such as If I Was in 1985, through to Breathe in 1998 which charted in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy & Spain.

In between all that he co wrote Do They Know Its Xmas – the record breaking charity single in 1984, which returned to the UK charts in 2004 and 2014...each time raising millions for world charity projects...

Oh and don't forget a stint in one of the premier hard rock bands of the 1970's – Thin Lizzy , with whom Midge did a short spell in 1979 – 80…standing in for the absentee Gary Moore who quit at short notice , leaving Midge 24 hours to learn a full set, and fly to the USA to help the band fulfill tour dates...

Equipment Midge Ure uses the following Hughes&Kettner equipment

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