2020. A Year In Review
Congratulations everyone! We've made it to the end of 2020. In what feels like a decade ago, dialtune launched officially in January. In less than 12 months, we've seen dialtune reach the corners of the industry - championed by drummers of all skill levels and experience.
Bryan Bedson from dialtune here. I am beginning a monthly blog post titled “Founder’s Thoughts” where I will be letting you into some of my process in this journey of building and growing dialtune. The theme for this month is hope.
NEW REVIEWS IN!
September has been an incredible month! The word is definitely getting out as we have seen a huge increase in orders. We launched new shell materials, we had a blast with the dialtune demo weekend, we kicked off a few collaborative projects and more!
Announcing Acrylic and Brass shells
Starting today we're taking pre-orders for dialtune snares featuring acrylic and brass shells that will ship this fall. Our pre-order quantities are extremely limited - so order yours today!
Sounds Like A Drum: Dialtune Snare Spotlight
Who would have thought that tuning a snare drum could be as simple as spinning a pair of dials? With one to control batter side tension and another to control snare side, the Dialtune snare is raising the bar when it comes to fast head changes and tuning capability.
Watch us throw dialtune off the roof
Why did we make this video? The answer is simple. We built dialtune to be as rugged and road-ready as any drum on the market. And the only way to prove it is to demonstrate, even if painful, what our system is truly capable of.
Come experience dialtune for yourself!
We are thrilled to announce the completion of the new dialtune showroom and demo space overlooking beautiful Lake Union in the Fremont district of Seattle!
Dialtune Snares In-Stock and Available Today!
Dialtune drums are in stock and shipping today! To celebrate this milestone, over the next two weeks we're offering free shipping and a dialtune crew hat with every snare order. See post for details.
The Eagle Has Landed!!
The day has finally come! Cargo ship Ever Eagle landed in the port of Tacoma (Washington State) last Thursday and after spending a couple of days in customs, our parts arrived safe and sound at our new warehouse in Seattle this morning.
New Shells are in! Parts are almost here!
We finally left the garage and moved into a space of our own! No more using drum shells as coffee tables.
Parts have shipped, arriving in June!
The custom manufactured parts we need to build our dialtune snare drums have shipped! Our freight company loaded them on the ship this week and has confirmed that they are estimated to arrive here in Seattle on June 6th!