Watersound Studio is situated in the leafy surrounds of County Durham, built for Annihilator frontman Jeff Waters to record metal music in a metal environment.


Using stone cladding for sections of the walls, with 2 large ceiling absorber/diffuser and plenty of space for guitars and amps Watersound Studio offers both design and function for the perfect heavy rock recording environment.


With some 'classic' and some state of the art equipment the studio majors in guitars. It includes a custom built DACS 8x4 Guitar Switcher (the inspiration for the DACS HeadLine launched at NAMM 2020) to switch between a range of high end guitar amps nestled within a custom DACS amp rack.


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