Obsidian appoints distributor in Guatemala
Thursday, 26 September 2019
casa-instrumental-logoCasa Instrumental will provide full support for the entire Obsidian line
Guatemala - Obsidian Control Systems has announced Casa Instrumental as the exclusive distributor of Obsidian Control Systems products in Guatemala.
Lighting professionals in Guatemala will be able to test the console line at a two-day ONYX training event taking place on 1-2 October at the Casa Intrumental facility in Guatemala City. Designed to provide both a basic and advanced look at hardware and software, interested professionals can contact info@casainstrumental.com for more information.
With 35 years in the market, Casa Instrumental is established as a leading provider of some of the world’s top professional audio, lighting and musical instrument brands. Under terms of the agreement, Casa Instrumental will provide full support for the entire Obsidian line of hardware and software lighting control solutions.
“We decided to distribute Obsidian Control Systems based on the experience and quality that Elation have in the entertainment technology industry developing professional lighting control solutions,” stated Casa Instrumental director Eddy Romero. “At Casa Instrumental, we excel at distributing the best brands in the world and trust that Obsidian brings us the highest level in entertainment lighting control, providing an excellent option to our clients. Obsidian provides our customers with high value solutions that are easy to use whether you’re an experienced director at the highest level or a programmer still honing your craft.”
Casa Instrumental is supported in Guatemala by Elation international sales manager for LATAM, John Lopez, and the Elation team. He commented, “Obsidian consoles are flexible with a broad line of hardware and software solutions that cover the biggest events down to the smallest show. We are extremely happy that a company of the standard of Casa Instrumental has committed to supporting and distributing Obsidian control systems and are confident they are the best partner to grow the Obsidian user base in Guatemala.”
(Jim Evans)

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