Wernick Musical Instruments is delighted to announce its partnership with the current world 2008 WGI Champions, Rhythm X. Rhythm X will be using the MKVI folding 4 Octave ‘Bubinga’ Xylosynth in their front line at the 2009 WGI Championships in Dayton Ohio and their clinics.
The Wernick Xylosynth offers mallet players an unlimited repertoire of synth and sampled sounds. The Wernick Xylosynth responds like a traditional mallet instrument without the dead zones giving out a cleaner and more refined sound. Hand built by craftsmen in the UK, its solid wood bars and stylish design make it look as good as it sounds. Not only is the Wernick Xylosynth robust enough to give you the reliability and confidence you need for a world class performance time and time again, it’s folding octaves and lightweight design (35lbs) make it ideal to store and transport.
Craig Dunn, chief executive of Rhythm X, said: “There’s a lot of excitement around the Xylosynth and we are thrilled to be using it in our campaign to retain our world championship title. Everyone at Rhythm X is extremely impressed with the product and can’t wait to see the impact it has on the indoor arena.”
William Wernick, founder of the Wernick Xylosynth, said: “I’m delighted that Rhythm X has chosen the Wernick Xylosynth. I’d like to personally take this opportunity to wish them every success in their forthcoming world championship tour.”