HooVi – guitar sound enthusiast

Hi to all electric guitar fans!

Which guitar enthusiast, from a professional to a Sunday-afternoon player, doesn’t know about the problem of the sound coming from your amps being dependent on exactly where you are listening to it?
The problems range from “I can’t hear myself at all” through “It sounds great just here” to “Aaah, it is so shrill!” – and the last one is especially annoying.  The problem with the shrill frequencies is known as beaming by sound professionals, and – until now – there has been no satisfactory solution.

I am HooVi, the guitar sound enthusiast!  I have been hooked on amps and speakers, since I first plugged in an electric guitar at the start of the ‘80s.  Because the problem of the beam-effect tended to sabotage my joy of rocking, as an inventor I have developed a revolutionary, unique solution.  The sound is evenly distributed throughout a room, the beam and disturbing interference have gone, and the amp sounds the same everywhere.  I have called this sensational product ‘Deeflexx’.

In this blog I would like to tell you in short flashbacks about the developing story of Deeflexx’s journey from first ideas to the finished product.

This is my story – this is my passion.
I am HooVi – the guitar sound enthusiast.

I dedicate this idea to Leo Fender and Jim Marshall, who are the fathers of the greatest toys for us fans of the six-string.

Leo Fender (August 10, 1909 – March 21, 1991) Jim Marshall (July 29, 1923 – April 5, 2012)

Leo Fender (August 10, 1909 – March 21, 1991)

New visitor record – Deeflexx in forums

23rd November 2012 was a very special day in the history of Deeflexx, many musician visited this site …

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Meeting with Aynsley Lister

AYNSLEY LISTER has invited me to meet and test the Deeflexx Systems for the first time – and it was a big surprise for him …

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Microphone placement with Deeflexx at a concert

A constantly increasing number of guitarists and sound engineers use the Deeflexx for superb guitar sounds …

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Maik Keller & Deeflexx

Maik Keller, bass player of the German Deep Purple Tribute Band “Demon’s Eye” already played together with Jon Lord and Ian Paice (Deep Purple). Maik plays a vintage Ampeg SVT stack with 8×10 cabinet. Throughout the last couple of years he tried various positions and setups on stages with varying dimensions.
His sound is slightly [...]

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