primeVibe ™ “Play-in” Accessory Shipping Worldwide

*Utah residents add 6.8% sales tax





Only $99.00 USD  

Shipping: USA $12.99, Canada $23.99, all other nations $33.99

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Domestic: USPS Priority, 3 day maximum, track to destination.

International: If Germany Customs requests Instructions in German, please translate link on Product Information page.  Standard USPS First Class International 1-3 weeks + potential customs delay, certain nations track to destination, other nations track only to Customs Office.  Upgrade Priority International 7-10 business days + potential customs delay, all nations track to destination $49.99

 

 

 

    primeVibe quickly and efficiently seasons any guitar including solid body electric and bass guitar, violin, viola, cello, double bass, mandolin, sitar, even drums and harmonica!

 

Return Policy

Sales final on these last remaining kits from private reserve.  90 day warranty for failed parts.  Return failed parts for immediately replacement.  Call for help to diagnose failed part(s) before return.

Rave German Review by Pro Technician Udo Pipper, July 2012 Gitarre & Bass Magazine

 

Excerpt from Udo’s review:

“…a brand new Gibson Custom Shop Les Paul inspired by Melvyn Franks…sounded quite dark and dull.  When directly compared to a ’53 Les Paul Goldtop Reference the new Gibson sounded good but the notes were a bit colorless.

After a full week of (primeVibe) seasoning I returned for direct comparison with the ’53 Les Paul.  Finally the effort was a complete success.  The seasoned Les Paul sounded much more dynamic and faster than the vintage model.  String separation was incredibly good, with a very precise response and tremendous balance expressed by a linear volume of all tones over the entire fingerboard.  I was pretty excited.

It is difficult to describe the result because it actually obtained the sound of the original Les Paul.  The tonal characteristics did not significantly change.  But the color and HF dynamics increased significantly.  They now sounded clearer and with the same definition as the ’53 Les Paul…”  End review quote.

Question: Are musicians interested in technology that can make a brand new guitar (or violin, etc) compete directly with a fifty-nine year old choice vintage model in only one week?