Classic single cutaway styling, versatile tone options, and quality construction and components add up to a truly great instrument. The OE20 is a classic dual humbucker rock-n-roll machine. For those looking for the familiar single cutaway body style with tons of sustain, the OE20 delivers.
SONICAKE Amphonix US Classic is a headphone pocket guitar amp, designed to give you the tonal mojo of an American classic combo amplifier with the tweed cloth covering, which is wildly employed in millions of tracks from the blues and early classic rock era, The Rolling Stones’ Brown Sugar to ZZ Top’s Brown Sugar.
The US Classic comes with a built-in reverb effect, adding additional sonic dimensions to the overall tone.
An AUX input and a PHONES jack make it way easier for the artists to play with their favorite backing tracks, making it a perfect tool for daily practice and pre-show warming-up.
No batteries needed for this pocket amp! It is USB-chargeable, and we’ve included a USB charging cable within the package for your convenience.
One charge will keep you playing for 5 straight hours.
A headphone splitter and a 1/8” aux cable are also included for extra connectivity, providing more possibilities for various contexts of use.
ull Size Custom Crafted Guitar Machine Gun, Low Ratio Tuners Maple Neck Rose wood Fret board Dot Inlay, 24 Fret Positions Custom Carved Hardwood Ash Body ABS Accents Dual Exposed Hum bucker One Volume One Tone3 way Toggle switch Artisan Treme lo Individual Adjustable Saddles.
A collaboration between the design team at Hagstrom and the Swedish band Ghost, the Hagstrom Fantomen transports their legendary playability and technical excellence into a new, edgier realm. Hagstrom started with an elegantly asymmetrical solid-mahogany body and joined a mahogany neck using the classic mortise-and-tenon neck joint system. Of course, since it’s a Hagstrom, the Fantomen uses the H-Expander truss rod and Resinator fingerboard, providing the ultimate in playing surface stability and optimal tonal enhancement. Together, these components create an incredibly stable, resonant and responsive sonic foundation.
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This past Saturday, June 29th, Paul Reed Smith joined the Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) to celebrate the opening of the “Wire & Wood: Designing Iconic Guitars” exhibition – the Museum’s latest installment. Paul Reed Smith helped to kick off the celebration with a special lecture on guitar design and a performance with noted designer and artist Ken Carbone.
The new exhibition, which profiles Smith and PRS Guitars’ unique guitar designs, explores the basics of design and construction, while also examining ways that musicians have used the instrument to shape their public images. The exhibition features a dozen iconic guitars and shares the stories of why they have become so well recognized.
Curated and designed by W. Todd Vaught, who brings over 20 years of experience in multi-disciplinary design, management and storytelling, Wire & Wood couples foundational design with engaging musician commentary to pose the question: does form follow function, or is image king? The exhibition presents the guitar in its most minimal form, asking viewers to consider how simple and traditional design elements such as instrument shape and species of wood affect sound. The exhibition surveys advancements in luthiery, including mass manufacturing and alternative materials, and shares the stories behind how some of the 20th century’s most famous guitars reached their status. On display through September 29, Wire & Wood also studies the relationship between instrument and player, showcasing an impressive lineup of legendary guitars played by famed musicians and performers, including PRS Artist, Orianthi. On display is Ori’s Blood Splatter Custom 24, which she has used on world tour with Alice Cooper.
Wire & Wood is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs and Wire & Wood Alpharetta Songwriters Festival. Please visit www.museumofdesign.org/wire-and-wood for museum hours and to learn more.
See the exhibit and read about Paul’s visit here: http://bit.ly/PRSWireandWood
About Paul Reed Smith:
Paul Reed Smith is a musician, songwriter, and the Founder and Managing General Partner of PRS Guitars. Born in Bethesda, Maryland, Paul made his first playable guitar for extra credit at St. Mary’s College, and in 1985, turned that positive experience into Paul Reed Smith Guitars. Today, the company is the third largest electric guitar manufacturer in America, and its list of artist endorsers reads like a who’s-who list of contemporary musicians. Smith holds almost 100 registered and pending trademarks, several copyrights, and nearly two dozen patents. Paul Reed Smith presides over research and development of new PRS products, serves as a mentor through motivational lectures to Maryland High School students, cherishes his role as husband and parent, and is an accomplished guitarist who has played with Carlos Santana, Mark Tremonti, the late Chuck Brown, and a host of other notable artists. He continues to write, perform, and record music with The Paul Reed Smith Band.
About PRS Guitars:
Paul Reed Smith Guitars is a leading manufacturer of high-quality instruments in Stevensville, Maryland and has provided some of the world’s most renowned musicians with instruments since 1985. The PRS team of highly skilled craftspeople design and build a wide variety of musical instruments and gear for worldwide distribution, including electric, acoustic, and bass guitars as well as boutique-style guitar amplifiers. The PRS SE line of products complements the Maryland-made PRS line by offering highly approachable and more affordable electric, acoustic, and bass guitars. Carlos Santana, Neal Schon, John McLaughlin, John Mayer, Jimmy Herring, Orianthi, Mark Tremonti, Zach Myers of Shinedown, Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line, David Grissom, Martin Simpson, Tony McManus and Blake Shelton are among the artists currently playing PRS instruments and/or amplifiers. www.prsguitars.com
About the Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA):
Located within the Midtown Arts Corridor since 2011, MODA is the only museum in the Southeast devoted exclusively to the study and celebration of all things design. The museum defines design as a creative process that inspires change, transforms lives and makes the world a better place, an idea that informs all of its exhibitions and programs. The museum offers an extensive range of adult programs, as well as educational programs and camps for children. For more information, visit www.museumofdesign.org or call 404.979.6455.
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The Epiphone PRO-1 acoustic guitar collection is designed by professionals to be EASY TO PLAY! Decades in the making, all “PRO-1″ guitars have features that make them a joy to play.
This bundle from Ashthorpe features a top-quality acoustic-electric guitar (can be played “Acoustic” without an amplifier, or “Electric” with an amplifier, not included). The guitar body is finely crafted from top-quality (A-grade) tonewoods; Spruce on top for its superior resilient and musical qualities, and Basswood (similar to Alder) is used for the back and sides for optimum tonal response and warmth. The underside of the soundboard is X-braced for superb structural integrity. The neck is constructed from marine grade Okoume which is extremely strong and balanced. The body is a full size (41″) cutaway design, meaning the guitar body near the neck is cut back to allow easier access to the upper frets, making for more comfortable play. This guitar is thinline (3″ thick) which combines unparalleled sound with great looks in a lightweight package. An integrated 4-band pickup equalizer with volume control knob gives you full tonal control when plugged into an amp (not included), and features adjustment slide controls for bass, mid-range, treble and presence. Two sets of high-quality strings are included (1 set pre-installed, just tune and play; and another set as a spare). These are made from stranded steel cores wound with stainless steel and phosphor-bronze and are coated with a proprietary anti-rust coating. They’re built-to-last and sound great, with a full and perfect blend of warm and bright tones. Professional finishing touches include premium diecast chrome tuning pegs and gorgeous high-gloss finish. The complete set includes the 41″ cutaway thinline guitar, soft gig bag, 3 celluloid guitar picks (.46mm, .71mm and .81mm thick), on-board pickup EQ, instrument cable, shoulder strap and owner manual.
An exquisite high-end Telecaster experience awaits the player who gets his hands on a Special Edition Custom Telecaster FMT HH. First, it looks phenomenal, with a carved flame maple top on a mahogany body, cream body binding, a gorgeous Amber finish with a matching headstock, a mahogany set neck, abalone dot fingerboard inlays and black hardware. Second, it sounds phenomenal, with dual Seymour Duncan humbucking pickups, three-way pickup switching, a push/pull coil tap switch built into the master tone control knob, and more. A decidedly non-traditional Telecaster of peerlessly crafted style and powerful sonic substance.
The Peavey 03452400 RX 22 / 22XT diaphragm kit is a combined replacement diaphragm kit for RX and 22XT high frequency drivers. The RX 22/22XT diaphragm kit includes ferrofluid, 22XT spacer gasket, 22XT mounting screws, installation instructions, and material safety data sheet.
Learning how to play the acoustic guitar is one of the best lifestyle choices you could make, and an excellent instrument to dedicate your time to – one that can lead to wonderful things.
To learn the instrument, as a beginner on a budget, buying something expensive is not necessary. Instead, it’s worth opting for a beginner’s guitar or a convenient and affordable combo pack.
Smartxchoices starter kit contains everything you need to get you up and playing instantly at a price anyone can afford.
Note: Please being careful to not over tighten any of the strings while doing so, and be patient. Once through all the strings, start back at the top and do it again – new strings will take several tunings over a period of at least a day or two before they are taught and can hold their tone.
-It comes un-tuned so be prepared to tune it.
-The strings are strong and sturdy and made of steel.
-The pitch pipe is very easy to use and doesn’t require any batteries.
-Easiest and cheapest way to satisfy a child that states they want to learn to play the guitar this week and then they move on to something else the following week.
Guitar Dimensions: 38″(L) x 14″(W) x 3.25″(H)
Weight: 4.7 lbs
Case Material: Nylon
Includes a carrying case, guitar pick, pitch pipe, a shoulder strap, and an extra set of strings
Our goal is to provide all music lovers the best experience when it comes to guitars. We are continually evolving and inspired to create new instruments that cater to diverse musical genres. We work directly with our manufacturers to produce high-quality musical instruments for beginners and experts. Our target is to provide musical kits, with the best value available online, without sacrificing quality.We committed to providing only the best and highest level of service.