FDR60 Direct Box Demo Video

October 10, 2018

 

This video showcases the features and many uses of the Carvin Audio FDR60 filter direct box. If you have ever wondered why you need a direct injection box, commonly known as a DI Box, this video is for you. Every bass, electric, and acoustic guitar player along with keyboardists should have one of these handy tools in their gear bag.

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