Dan Sindel is best known for his "Symphonic Guitar" arrangements where he breaks the barrier in multi-tracking techniques with the guitar. Sindel's recent work has led him to recreating orchestral scores by transposing and transcribing the compositions to fit the guitars tonal range… Hundreds of layered guitar tracks creating a massive guitar “Wall of Sound” which can be heard on his debut recording effort Marching In - A tribute to “The March King” John Philip Sousa.
Dan's recordings have earned features in current issues of Guitar Player and Electronic Musician magazines and continue to receive international acclaim.
Dan's comments on the Sonuus G2M:
"I love the fact that I can use the G2M with my nicer instruments without having to modify my guitar(s) with a special MIDI pickup. This allows me to enhance my recordings by triggering SoftSynths/VST’s in a quick and efficient manner. As well, the G2M works great using tab/notation software and my students love the handout pages I create for them."
Dan's made a nice video about the G2M:
At Winter NAMM 2010, Dan helped us Demo the G2M and B2M. Here are some videos of him in action: