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    Thu, 12 Apr 2012 13:59:14

    McIntosh Laboratory Sponsors Grateful Dead Exhibit - It's open now

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    • Grateful Dead - LONDON - DECEMBER 12: An employee at Bonham's auction house holds an electric guitar which belonged to The Grateful Dead's guitarist Jerry Garcia at Bonham's on December 12, 2013 in London, England. The item, which is expected to fetch 80,000 - 120,00 GBP, features in Bonhams' Entertainment Memorabilia sale which takes place in Knightsbridge on December 18, 2013 and includes around 400 lots of music television and film history collectables.
    • Grateful Dead - LONDON - DECEMBER 12: An employee at Bonham's auction house holds an electric guitar which belonged to The Grateful Dead's guitarist Jerry Garcia at Bonham's on December 12, 2013 in London, England. The item, which is expected to fetch 80,000 - 120,00 GBP, features in Bonhams' Entertainment Memorabilia sale which takes place in Knightsbridge on December 18, 2013 and includes around 400 lots of music television and film history collectables.
    • Grateful Dead - LONDON - DECEMBER 12: An electric guitar which belonged to The Grateful Dead's guitarist Jerry Garcia on display at Bonham's Auction House on December 12, 2013 in London, England. The item, which is expected to fetch 80,000 - 120,00 GBP, features in Bonhams' Entertainment Memorabilia sale which takes place in Knightsbridge on December 18, 2013 and includes around 400 lots of music television and film history collectables.

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    McIntosh Laboratory, the global leader in prestigious audio for over 60 years, is sponsoring the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s "Grateful Dead: The Long, Strange Trip" exhibition. The exhibit opened earlier this week as a part of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2012 Induction Week.

    McIntosh has played an integral role in the quality of sound reproduction demanded by the Grateful Dead practically since the band's founding. It was in early 1969 that McIntosh engineers began creating the sound system that would be used at Woodstock. The Grateful Dead played on day two of that iconic festival, relying on McIntosh’s powerful amplifiers to project their music a full quarter of a mile away so everyone in the audience could hear. Renowned for their intense dedication to their fans, the Grateful Dead always did everything in their power to provide the very best possible sound at every concert.

    What is your favorite Grateful Dead song?

    —Katie Sheehan
    04.12.12



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