As part of his 1988 Soldano/Cornish Guitar Routing System, Eric Clapton used the Furman PL-8 Power Conditioner and Light Module, a SAMSON UR-5D UHF wireless receiver, a SAMSON BR-3 VHF receiver, a Drawmer 1960 tube compressor, a YAMAHA SPX-90 multi-effect processor, a Dyno-My-Piano CS-5 Tri-Stereo Chorus, a TC Electronics 2290 dynamic digital delay, a DYNACORD CLS 222 Leslie simulator, a YAMAHA GEP 50 multi-effect processor, a Roland SDE-3000 digital delay as well as the TC1210 spatial expander with VHS/UHF aerial unit at rear.more
"The Samson UR-5Ds, we've used them for twelve years and I don't have a problem with them. I've got a whole bunch of them. We're waiting for the next generation to come out because they say that wireless is going through the big change and everything but they keep putting that off. So until they do, I'll keep using this. The sound is consistent. We're really hung up on being consistent, so it works for us," says Billy Gibbons's guitar tech about the Samson UR-5D Dual UHF Diversity Receiver.more
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