Jack White’s Third Man Data now has its personal synth and amp
Jack White has been know to go all out for Document Retailer Day occasions together with his Third Man Data imprint. This yr, along with transferring Elvis’ first recording from acetate to vinyl for launch final weekend, White and his label revealed a synthesizer/amplifier combo that gives some stellar retro aesthetics. The pair, which incorporates the Septavox synth and Terz amp, was designed and constructed by Brooklyn instrument firm Critter & Guitari. If the synthesizer appears acquainted, the identical outfit additionally makes a extra compact Pocket Piano instrument. For the Third Man model, although, a metallic enclosure homes forty one maple keys alongside seven modes and 7 tones. That provides as much as forty nine totally different sounds, combining electrical organ, vibrato and extra. There are controls for tweaking parameters, tuning and quantity alongside MIDI enter/output, too.
Relating to the Terz, there’s an all-metallic shell to match the synth, with a “hybrid of basic analog amplification circuitry and leading edge energy electronics” cranking out 15W inside. Three knobs deal with distortion and quantity settings with a 1/four-inch enter and achieve management on board as properly. Trying to nab the set? The Septavox is priced at $395 and tacking on the Terz is a further $250.