Wednesday, August 6, 2014

AC/DC pinball machine upgraded by Stern



Stern Pinball, Inc., the world's oldest and largest producer of arcade-quality pinball games, has announced an upgraded AC/DC Pro model with all LED lighting and a newly-designed swinging bell.

Originally released in early 2012, AC/DC and Stern Pinball have made history by creating a fan-favorite pinball game and an iconic pop culture classic.

The new AC/DC LED Pro features technological upgrades implemented by Stern in its current Pro models. In addition to the LEDs and the swinging bell, the new AC/DC LED Pro is manufactured with Stern's updated modern metal and wood back box with a decaled cabinet and speaker housing. All the other great game features, art and music are unchanged from Stern's earlier AD/DC Pro.

"With the AC/DC license expiring at the end of December 2014, we wanted to offer our operators and enthusiasts a great earning game with the enhanced features that we've recently developed," said Gary Stern, chairman and CEO of Stern Pinball.

Stern is planning a small immediate production run on this upgraded game so order while supplies last.

For pricing and availability, visit sternpinball.com

AC/DC recently completed recording a new album in Vancouver without founding member Malcolm Young, who remains in hospital to address some health issues.

The band recorded the project at Vancouver’s Warehouse Studio with producer Brendan O’Brien (Aerosmith, Pearl Jam). O'Brien previously teamed up with the Aussie rockers to produce their 2008 album, “Black Ice”, at the same location.

AC/DC singer Brian Johnson recently suggested that the group could be on the road by the end of 2014.




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