Sunday, August 29, 2010
Martin D-28 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar ¹
$2,299.00 - $2,399.00
MSRP: $2,999.00 - $3,099.00 Savings: $700.00(23%)
Includes free gift(s)!
1 - TASCAM DR07 Handheld Digital Recorder - $279.00 MSRP!
The tone of the Martin D-28 Acoustic Guitar is what separates it from all other guitars. It has a solid Sitka spruce top with glossy finish, special East Indian rosewood for the polished back and sides, and genuine ebony fingerboard and bridge. With its rich, resonant warmth and punchy volume, the D-28 is particularly well-suited to music styles requiring loud, powerful rhythm accompaniment. Includes Martin deluxe hardshell case and limited lifetime warranty.
Martin D-28 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Features:
* Solid Sitka spruce top
* Black and white rosette
* Black pickguard
* Rosewood back and sides
* Ebony fingerboard and bridge
* Neck width at nut 1-11/16"
* 25.4" scale length
* 20 frets
Marshall MG Series MG15FXMSDM Dave Mustaine Megastack Black
Artists who have created groundbreaking work, toured every corner of the globe and inspired a whole new generation to pick up a guitar. No-one fits this profile better than Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine. Now Mustaine and Marshall have teamed up to deliver the Dave Mustaine signature MG Microstack—the MG15FXMSDM or Megastack for short. Like the man himself, this solid-state amplifier demanded the best possible analogue tone while taking advantage of revolutionary digital control. The Marshall Megastack from the MG series was inspired by two different pieces of gear: the MG15FX Microstack, and the 1960DM Dave Mustaine signature speaker cabinet, which features a carbon-fiber covering, diamond-design grille, and lots of Mustaine-inspired tone. The esteemed guitarist worked intensively with the Marshall development team and created 4 main sounds as the default patches and hid 4 additional tones in the amp's memory.
Taylor GS Mini Acoustic Guitar Natural
From the couch to the campfire to the concert hall, the GS Mini promises big fun for everyone. Inspired by the big, bold sound of Taylor's award-winning GS body shape, the GS Mini scales things down without skimping on sound, packing a lot of tone into a comfortable, portable size and giving you a guitar that's incredibly fun to play. With Taylor's patented straight and stable NT neck, you'll always enjoy signature Taylor intonation and playability. So, wherever you end up, whether you're on tour or on the porch, the GS Mini is always ready to play. The GS Mini truly sounds like a full-size guitar, and it's not just the volume you'll notice when you strum your 1st chord, but also the depth and richness of tone.
Fender 2010 FSR American Standard Stratocaster w/mid boost Electric Guitar Blizzard Pearl
The 2010 FSR American Standard Stratocaster Electric Guitar with TBX & Active Mid-Boost features a lightweight alder body that is secured to the modern C-shaped maple neck with a solid traditional 4-bolt joint. A 22-fret maple fingerboard has hand-rolled edges for smooth and comfortable playability. Chrome hardware includes staggered Fender deluxe cast/sealed tuning machines and American Vintage Synchronized Tremolo. Comes with a molded Fender-exclusive/SKB case, strap, cable, and polishing cloth.VIntage Noiseless Pickups This 2010 FSR (Fender Special Run) is powered by three Vintage Noiseless pickups with Fender's TBX (Treble Bass Expander) on tone control one and Fender's Active Mid-Boost preamp (controlled by tone control two) to enhance the tonal palette of this outstanding instrument.
Saturday, August 21, 2010
Peavey Ecoustic E208 30W 2x8 Acoustic Combo Amp Brown
The Peavey Ecoustic E208 30W 2x8 acoustic combo amp is rated at 30 watts, and has a compact, lightweight design that makes it perfect for rehearsals. The Ecoustic 208 acoustic amp features a built-in analog chorus and reverb, and includes headphone outputs for quiet practicing.Peavey Ecoustic amplifiers are highly versatile amplification systems designed for acoustic instruments, vocals and line-level devices such as samplers and audio players in performance and rehearsal applications.
Friday, August 20, 2010
Silver Creek All Solid Spruce/Mahogany Acoustic Dreadnought Natural¹
MSRP: $599.00 Savings: $399.01(66%)
Ibanez RG5EX1 Electric Guitar Grey Pewter
MSRP: $799.99 Savings: $450.00(56%)
The Ibanez RG5EX1 electric guitar's pickups and pickup placement provide the hard-edged cutting tone needed for heavy rock.
Since 1987, many players have selected the Ibanez RG as their weapon of choice for visiting sonic mayhem on the metal masses. With the right choice of pickups and flat, fast necks, the RG crunched its way to classic status.
As heavy as it rocks, the RG5EX1 guitar is made of basswood, a comparatively lightweight wood, which makes it very comfortable for extended playing. With a good balance of highs and lows, basswood is between alder and mahogany in sound character. 24 jumbo frets offer easy playing for leads and chording and the Edge III tremolo bridge lets you dive-bomb all night long while keeping tuning tight.
Total tonal choice is provided 5-way switching of an Ibanez Infinity 4 bridge humbucker with an alnico magnet that is warm sounding with good harmonics, an Infinity 3 bridge humbucker with a ceramic magnet producing dynamic sound for rhythm chording, and an Infinity Single3 single-coil with an alnico magnet for traditional sounds with high output.
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Dean and famed guitar builder/designer Buddy Blaze have teamed up to create the ML Buddy Blaze electric guitar. Loaded with quality components and built with a rigid adherence to Blaze's design elements, this beast has a unique "chrome flame" graphic and a top-mounted Floyd...
Sunday, August 15, 2010
Saturday, August 14, 2010
Line 6 M13 Guitar Multi Effects Pedal
A complete collection of immortal stompbox sounds
Teeming with over 100 immortal distortions, reverbs, delays, and more, the Line 6 M13 pedal offers instant access to an arsenal of history's most celebrated stompbox sounds.
Get 19 celebrated analog and digital delays, 18 distinctive distortions from creamy to crazy, 12 reverbs from modern (particle verb) to vintage (spring reverb) to ancient (cave reverb), 26 vibey filters including wahs and pitch effects, 22 tangy mods including expressive trems and phasers, and 12 compressors and EQs that squash, gate and color.
The Line 6 pedal lets you use up to four models simultaneously, in any order and in any combination. It's like having a gigantic pedal board (without all the tangled cords and overloaded power strips) stuffed into a convenient, easy-to-use package.
Included are all the models from best-selling Line 6 pedals and rack gear DL4 Delay Modeler, DM4 Distortion Modeler, FM4 Filter Modeler, MM4 Modulation Modeler, Verbzilla, Echo Pro and others.
The Line 6 M13 Stompbox Modeler is easy to use, just like a classic stompbox. Tweak your tones on the fly using the dedicated knobs. No menus, no saving, no hassles—just turn the knobs and you're done. And your settings remain when you power down!
Four bright LCD screens show parameter names and values, and the built-in chromatic tuner.
The 28-second looper is always at the ready with dedicated footswitches for Play/Stop, Undo/Redo, Rec/Overdub, Half Speed, Reverse, Play Once, and Pre/Post. You're free to adjust your sounds while looping or overdubbing.
Up to 48 different pedal boards
Different arrangements of models, or pedal board "scenes," can be created for each of your gigs—one for your metal band, one for your punk band, one for your Top 40 gig…you get the picture. No more tearing up Velcro just to swap one or two pedals. Create and save up to 48 scenes. (Scenes can be backed up to your computer via MIDI in/out.)
Ins and outs
M13 Stompbox Modeler plays well with others. Take advantage of the stereo FX loop and put your other effect pedals in front, behind or even in between M13 Stompbox Modeler's models.
Prepared for any live or studio situation, Line 6 M13 guitar pedal features mono/stereo inputs and outputs (with True Analog bypass or DSP bypass), mono/stereo assignable FX sends and returns, MIDI input and output and two expression pedal inputs.
Total stompbox experience
Built tank-tough with all-metal construction, Line 6 M13 multi effects pedal is designed to survive on-stage abuse. From the chassis to the footswitches, it'll withstand constant stomping.
M13 Stompbox Modeler's treasured stompbox tones, built-in chromatic tuner, 28-second looper and bonehead simplicity will prove totally indispensable (not to mention highly addictive).
Check the Line 6 website for software updates that increase the power of your Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler!
Line 6 M13 Guitar Multi Effects Pedal Features:
* Over 100 immortal stompbox FX
* 19 delays, 18 distortions, 12 reverbs, 26 filters, 22 mods, 12 compressors and EQs; Universal tap tempo
* Up to four FX at once in any order/combination
* Models are from best-selling Line 6 pedals and rack gear
* Simple design
* Tweak tones on the fly without menus, saving or hassles
* Built-in chromatic tuner
* 28-second sound-on-sound looper
* Dedicated footswitches for all looper controls
* Mono/stereo inputs and outputs (with True Analog bypass or DSP bypass)
* Mono/stereo FX sends and returns
* Two expression pedal jacks
* MIDI in/out
* Tough, all-metal construction
* Highly addictive
* Create up to 48 "scenes"
* No more tearing up Velcro just to swap one or two pedals
* Back up scenes via MIDI in/out
* Four bright LCD screens show parameter names and values
* Dedicated knobs control each effect's parameters
* Easy to use: No menus, no saving, no hassles
* Settings remain after power down
Line 6 M9 Stombox Modeler Guitar Multi Effects Pedal
The Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler has enough stunning guitar pedal sounds to spark the gear lust in every guitarist—Swirling phasers, tangy choruses, syrupy sweet reverbs, and more. The comprehensive list of available M9 models features all the effects from best-selling Line 6 pedals. Access all the famous sounds from DL4 Delay Modeler, DM4 Distortion Modeler, FM4 Filter Modeler, MM4 Modulation Modeler, Verbzilla, Echo Pro, and more.
M9 Stompbox Modeler is set up like three FX units. Each effects unit can have two stomps at the ready, and any three effects can play simultaneously. Use one effect at a time, arrange effects in tried-and-true combinations, or create your own original blends.
Use the Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler to create 6 different stompbox arrangements, or pedalboard "scenes"—one for your metal band, one for your punk band, one for your Top 40 gig—you get the picture. No more tearing up Velcro just to switch out one or two pedals. Plus, the Line 6 M9 pedal features MIDI in/out, for you to back up your scenes to your computer or control the unit with a MIDI controller.
Inspired by the simplicity of classic stompboxes, the Line 6 M9 guitar effects pedal is incredibly easy to use. Tweak your tones on the fly using the dedicated knobs and easy-to-read LCD window. Just turn the knobs and you're done—no menus, no saving, no hassles—and your tweaks remain, even after you power down.
Complete with a full-featured, 28-second looper, Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler allows for extended in-the-moment looping. It has all the necessary looper controls with dedicated footswitches to make looping easy: Record, Record/Overdub, Play/Stop, Play Once, Undo/Redo, Half Speed and Reverse (The looper can be used simultaneously with the three FX Units.).
The Line 6 M9 multi effect pedal features plenty of ins and outs. 1/4" mono/stereo inputs and outputs (with True Analog Bypass or DSP Bypass) let you put M9 Stompbox Modeler before, after, or between your other pedals. Connect expression pedals to the two 1/4" expression pedal jacks to morph smoothly between tones. MIDI in/out, which is perfect for backing up your "scenes", also makes the Line 6 effects pedal compatible with many popular MIDI control systems.
The Line 6 M9 guitar pedal is built tank-tough with all-metal construction. From the chassis to the footswitches, M9 withstands constant stomping. Together with its built-in chromatic tuner, the Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler's generations of sonic treasures and brain-dead-simple design will prove indispensable—not to mention highly addictive.
Check the Line 6 website for software updates that increase the power of your M9 Stompbox Modeler
Line 6 M9 Stombox Modeler Guitar Multi Effects Pedal Features:
* 100+ stompbox effects, three simultaneous with three more at the ready
* Create up to 24 pedal board scenes; Scenes back up to your computer via MIDI in/out
* 28-second looper with dedicated footswitches
* Universal Tap Tempo syncs all time-based FX
* MIDI control system compatibility
* True analog bypass or DSP bypass
* Built-in chromatic tuner
* Plenty of ins and outs; 1/4" mono/stereo inputs and outputs; Two 1/4" expression pedal jacks; MIDI in and out
* Heavy-duty metal chassis and footswitches
Line 6 M9 Stombox Modeler Guitar Multi Effects Pedal Includes:
* AC power adapter
Friday, August 13, 2010
Ibanez TSA112C Tube Screamer 80W 1x12 Guitar Amp Cabinet
This nicely priced Ibanez Tube Screamer guitar amp cabinet features 80W power handling, with a 12" Celestion Seventy 80 speaker. The result is loud, balanced sound that cuts through the mix with plenty of full, meaty guitar tone. The Seventy 80 is one of Celestion's most popular speakers. It is an adaptation of the Classic Lead, offering a pleasing lift in the upper frequency spectrum, solid bass, and plenty of midrange. Built with rugged Ibanez craftsmanship, this guitar speaker cab is sure to last for many years, and is one enclosure that's able to stand up to the toughest conditions of heavy gigging.
Ibanez SRA305 SRA 5 String Electric Bass Guitar Iron Pewter
The 5-string Ibanez SRA305 Electric Bass combines desirable top-quality appointments and solid wood construction to create a great axe for a very affordable price. The SRA305 body is crafted of solid mahogany and is joined to a 3-piece maple neck with a U profile and 12" fingerboard radius that make it very comfortable to play. EMG HZ pickups have a dual-coil design for low noise and plenty of output. They deliver both punch and fullness with added brightness for a more defined tone. They are coupled with a Phat-II EQ that enhances the SRA305's big sound. Die-cast tuners and a B10 bridge keep the SRA305 bass solidly in tune while black hardware and a gloss finish give it a sleek look.
Ibanez SRA500 SRA Electric Bass Guitar Amber
Premiere bass tone can now be yours thanks to the Ibanez SRA500 bass guitar. Its body is mahogany with a quilted maple top to give it a luxurious appearance. The 3-piece bolt-on maple neck enhances resonance and attack, while its U-shaped profile and 12" fretboard radius make it especially fretting-hand friendly. EMG pickups have a dual-coil design for low noise and plenty of output. They have the punch and fullness of older passive designs along with added brightness for a better-defined tone. A Ibanez bass's 3-band EQ offers ample tone tweaking capability, while cosmo black hardware and a gloss finish create a slick look.
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Gibson Custom Refin Hot-Mod 1955 Les Paul Tune-O-Matic Electric Guitar Heritage Cherry Sunburst
Gibson Les Paul retrofitted with humbuckers and sunburst finish, and introducing the Soft Shoulder '55 neck profile.
In the mid-50s, a sunburst finish was not an available option on a Gibson Les Paul. In 1958, Goldtops were phased out and a cherry sunburst became the standard finish. Sunburst finishes became all the rage with some really popular artists such as Clapton and Bloomfield using late-50s 'Bursts. The single-cutaway Les Paul guitars were discontinued in '60-'61 and were not reintroduced for several years. Many players started stripping the gold off the top of their early-mid-'50s Gibson Les Paul guitars and having them refinished to emulate the desirable Sunburst Les Pauls. The Gibson Custom Refin features a beautiful heritage cherry sunburst top and even has an offset center seam to emulate the originals. The Gibson Refin Hot-Mod Les Paul also introduces a comfortable and resonant neck shape, the Soft Shoulder '55 Neck Profile.
The hot-mod slant on the Gibson Custom Hot-Mod 1955 Les Paul Goldtop Electric Guitar originates from a custom-ordered 1955 Les Paul that was later modified with humbucker pickups (introduced by Gibson in 1957). The classic combination of maple-topped mahogany body with ABR-1 Tune-O-Matic bridge and humbuckers delivers a glorious monster tone that introduces a comfortable and resonant neck profile.
The BurstBucker 1 neck humbucker on the 1955 Gibson Custom Les Paul replicates the sounds from Gibson's original "Patent Applied For" pickups, are slightly underwound, with medium "vintage" output. The BurstBucker 2 is a humbucking pickup wound in the range of Gibson's '57 Classic for replica sound. Unpolished magnets and non-potted coils, just like the original. Slightly hotter than the BurstBucker 1, the 2 works well in the bridge position with a BurstBucker 1 pickup in the neck position.
Soft Shoulder '55 Neck Profile
The Soft Shoulder '55 neck profile makes the Gibson Les Paul Refin Hot-Mod sit in your hand like no other guitar neck. Gibson's guitar team chose a '55 Les Paul that had a neck with a "magical feel" to serve as a model for the Soft Shoulder '55 neck. The depth is the same from the top of the fretboard to the back of the neck as the rounded '50s neck, yet has gently sloping sides that sit comfortably in your hand.
ABR-1 Tune-O-Matic Bridge and Stopbar Tailpiece
The ABR-1 Tune-O-Matic bridge was the brainchild of acclaimed Gibson president Ted McCarty in 1954, setting a standard for simplicity and functionality that has never been bettered. On the Gibson Refin Hot-Mod Les Paul, the ABR-1 Tune-O-Matic is slotted directly into the body of the guitar using a separate stud and thumbwheel, providing a firm seating for the strings and allowing players the ability to adjust and fine tune intonation and string height in a matter of minutes. And held in place with TonePros long steel anchors and long locking studs, the stopbar tailpiece yields a great union between the strings and body, which results in excellent vintage tone and sustain.
Year of 1955 Innovation
1955 was a year of great innovation in all areas of American life. 1955 saw the dawn of the United States space program. The first of the classic V8 Chevrolets hit dealerships all over the country, reflecting the spirit of change that was in the air. And don't forget there was Rock and Roll! Jukeboxes were blasting music by Bill Haley, Chuck Berry, a kid named Elvis, and his guitar player Scotty Moore.
Something was afoot. The archetypical tones of this music had already been forged in the Legendary Gibson Guitar Factory. There, in 1955, the future sonic masterpiece known as the humbucking pickup was being prototyped. All the ingredients necessary to create the soundtrack of the next quarter century and beyond existed within that building.
Gibson Custom Refin Hot-Mod 1955 Les Paul Tune-O-Matic Electric Guitar Features:
* Mahogany body
* Maple top
* Heritage cherry sunburst finish
* Set-in neck joint
* Mahogany neck
* Soft Shoulder '55 neck profile
* Rosewood fretboard
* 22 frets
* 1-11/16 nut width
* ABR-1 Tune-O-Matic bridge and lightweight stopbar tailpiece with TonePros long steel anchors and long locking studs
* Burstbucker 1 neck humbucker
* Burstbucker 2 bridge humbucker
* Volume/Volume/Tone/Tone controls
* 3-way pickup selector
* Kluson tuners
Devi Ever Year of the Rat Boost Guitar Effects Pedal
The Year of the Rat Boost guitar effects pedal from Devi Ever is a clean boost with a chunky fuzz undertone. With this boost pedal you can achieve some meaty blues tones that would sound great in a multitude of genres or musical projects. It works well with bass, guitar, vocals, synths, drums, and anything else you can run through it.
The Volume knob controls the outbound gain of the fuzz circuit, and there is a lot of gain on tap. Use the YOTR boost pedal loud to push an amp into overdrive or boost lead parts. Be careful though, it can get very loud on a clean amp. The control knob changes the effect pedal's intensity and character, so you can control the level of fuzz pumping through your amp for a dirty fuzz tone that would suit the rodent in all of us.