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John Jorgenson is no fret slouch, so this Takamine JJ325SRC has been built to reflect this. Besides shredding wildly the Hellecasters, Jorgenson more

Just when you thought Dave Smith couldn't get any better, they raise the bar again. This is what the man himself calls 'the ultimate mono synth', more

Striking in a very individual way, this Fidelity Double Standard Surf Green is quite the character. Each one of these fabulous more

Our latest addition in the electric department, the Fidelity Double Standard Charcoal Storm is a particularly beautiful electric for the more

Cool on an almost ridiculous level, this Warwick Pro Series Star Bass Fretless is what you’ve been seeking and you didn’t even more

The electric favoured by Elvis Presley is also a bass! This used Hagstrom Viking is a left-handed semi-hollow with plenty of attitude and a few more

As if to suggest that using your average synth is akin to a hard session at the gym no warm up time is the assurance given among the opening more

Since the dawn of electronic civilization, the flexibility of sampling has been something that has fascinated musicians. Being able to take a more

The Subsequent 37 is a (2-note) paraphonic analog synthesizer that builds upon the award-winning design of the ultra-powerful Sub 37 more

The Nord Lead A1 is the latest multi-timbral synthesizer from Clavia. This ultra light, mega portable virtual analog synth combines convenience more

The definition of the old phrase ‘rare bird’, this 2011 Gibson Non-Reverse Firebird is one of only 300 made, making it some kind of more

Add a professional edge to your studio with the M-Track Eight from M-Audio. This eight-input USB 2.0 audio interface enables you to track large more

Grandmother is a semi-modular analog synthesizer with a built-in arpeggiator, sequencer and spring reverb tank. Start playing immediately with & more

Dave Smith blew everyone's mind in 2015 with the release of the Sequential Prophet 6 synthesizer, and it seems he's not done treating every synth more

There's a few legendary names in the keys world. Naturally | companies like Moog spring to mind | but in terms of a sheer number of heavy-hitting more

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