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Friday, April 26, 2019

AmpliVox Helps Boy and Girl Scouts Enjoy Les Paul Music at Graceland

Each year, Graceland welcomes hundreds of Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts who travel to Memphis from all over the country to enjoy a day full of learning.

The annual "Scouts Rock at Graceland" event includes a tour of the Graceland Mansion and Elvis Presley's Memphis Entertainment Complex. Participants also enjoyed on-site scouting activities, visited exhibitor booths, learned new skills and earned achievements toward badge requirements.

AmpliVox Sound Systems recently helped Boy and Girl Scouts to enjoy hearing and understanding the music of legendary guitarist and inventor Les Paul.

Exhibiting at the event was the Les Paul Foundation, which shares the legacy of Les Paul through support of music education, recording, innovation and medical research related to hearing.

Sue Baker, Les Paul Foundation Program Director, chose AmpliVox equipment to demonstrate Les Paul’s recording innovations to event participants because of its extraordinary reliability.

AmpliVox SL1006 Headphones and SL1004 Jack Box were used for the Les Paul demonstration.

Over 500 registered scouts along with accompanying adults used the donated headphones to listen to the Les Paul’s recording effects.

"The AmpliVox headsets and splitter box that connected the headsets to my laptop held up through five hours of hundreds of scouts using the sets," said Baker.

"The dependability of the AmpliVox products was a huge relief. Thank you AmpliVox for the donation of the headsets."

- Sue Baker, Les Paul Foundation Program Director

School Listening Centers Enhance Your Students Listening Skills

Engage your students and turn them into active participants.

School listening centers are loved by students and teachers alike, they provide a unique learning experience.

Proven to be a great learning tool, especially for those learning to read or speak another language.

Cater to different learning styles and compliment your curriculum with a variety of activities to give students the alternative from more traditional learning methods.