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Escape From New York – Main Theme – 2 Electric Guitars


This is the main theme of Escape From New York played on two electric guitars. This piece was transcribed (by ear), performed, and recorded by Dan Monacella …

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38″ SUNBURST Acoustic Guitar Starter Package, Guitar, Gig Bag, Strap, Pitch Pipe & DirectlyCheap(TM) Translucent Blue Medium Guitar Pick (SK-AG38)


Everything you need to start jamming out at an amazing low price! Learn how to play acoustic guitar and start jamming like a pro in no time. This 38 inch guitar with starter pack is perfect for all beginners!

Product Features

  • Starter Pack
  • Includes: Gig Bag, Extra Strings
  • Pick, Strap
  • Pitch Pipe Tuner
  • Pickguard

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Peavey AmpKit Link Electric Guitar Interface for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch


Peavey Electronics and leading iPhone applications developer Agile Partners have joined forces to launch AmpKit, an unparalleled guitar amp and effects iPhone application, and AmpKit LiNK, a high fidelity audio interface for the iPhone, iPod touch* and iPad. Together, AmpKit and AmpKit LiNK provide musicians of all skill levels with a powerful and convenient way to jam with high quality tones anytime and anywhere.

Peavey AmpKit LiNK The AmpKit LiNK audio interface raises the audio fidelity bar for the iPhone platform. AmpKit LiNK is an iPhone, iPod touch* and iPad interface for electric guitar, bass, or any line level source, with an output that can be connected to headphones, powered speakers or a PA.

Unlike unpowered guitar interfaces that suffer from feedback when using headphones, AmpKit Link is a powered device with circuitry that virtually eliminates feedback. AmpKit Link is the first guitar interface that was specifically designed to provide solutions for the iPhone platform.

*Except first-generation iPod touch

Product Features

  • Each amp in AmpKit is modeled after the real amp’s actual circuitry and includes individual controls that match up with the most important knobs and switches on the amp.
  • The free AmpKit app includes three pedals, with 12 additional pedals available in the Gear Store and more to come.
  • . The free AmpKit app includes two awesome cabinets for free: the Peavey ValveKing 4×12 and ValveKing 112. You can add up to 11 more cabinets as you add amps through the Gear Store, from workhorse cabs with solid mid tones to powerful cabs with colorful crunches and sparkling highs.
  • The free AmpKit app includes two great mics. Six additional mics are available in the Gear Store, from rugged dynamic mics that can handle whatever volume you dish out to amazing condenser mics with the frequency and transient response you need, all with ultra-low latency.

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Pyle-Pro PVAMP60 60-Watt Vamp-Series Amplifier With 3-Band EQ, Overdrive, And Digital Delay


This 60-watt amp blows away the competition! You’ll sound positively tremendous with this powerful 60 watt amplifier. The PVAMP160 is equipped with an 8 Inch speaker, high and low-level inputs, clean and overdrive channels, and a 3-band EQ for controlling the treble, mid-range, and bass. Adjust the gain on the overdrive for that classic blown-out sound, or add in a delay effect using the built-in digital delay. Plug in your headphones when it’s time to practice quietly. Vamp away with Pyle’s PVAMP series!

Product Features

  • 8 Inch Speaker – 3-Band EQ: Control Treble, Mid-range, and Bass – Dimensions: 15.75 x 8.27 x 13.58 Inch
  • High and Low Level Inputs – Volume Control – Weight: 22 lbs.
  • Two Channels: Clean and Overdrive For a Crunchy, Powerful Sound – 1/4 Inch Headphone Jack for Silent Rehearsing
  • Gain Control for Overdrive – 1/4 Inch Output Jack for Hooking Up External Speakers
  • Rated Power: 60 Watts – Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 15 kHz

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Guitar Effects Pedals : Acoustic Guitars: Effects


Using effects pedals is a great way to alter the tone of your acoustic guitar in order to achieve a unique musical sound. Learn more about acoustic guitars a…

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Larry Maltz Playing “Blackbird” on an Eastman Acoustic @ Guitars ‘n Jazz


Fender Standard Stratocaster, Maple Fretboard – Arctic White


The Standard Stratocaster guitar offers legendary Fender tone with classic styling. Features include three single-coil pickups, synchronized tremolo with high-mass bridge block, tinted neck, shielded body cavities, medium jumbo frets, parchment pickguard and ’70s-style headstock logo

Product Features

  • Loaded with a trio of Standard Strat single-coil pickups, this model offers a great range of classic and contemporary tones.
  • With a modern C-shaped neck, 9.5″ freeboard radius and medium jumbo frets, this neck feels fast and string-bending is a breeze.
  • Gloss neck and ’70’s-style headstock logo offers a rich presentation.

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Epiphone Dot Archtop Electric Guitar, Cherry


Since its introduction over ten years ago, the Epiphone version of the venerable Gibson 335 Dot has been wowing guitar players all over the world. The Epiphone Dot with fabulous semi-hollowbody sound voiced by real Alnico Classic Humbucker pickups, heavy-duty parts, Mahogany neck, Rosewood fingerboard, and chrome hardware is an absolute must for any guitar collection.

Product Features

  • Laminate Maple body
  • Maple top
  • Alnico Classic Humbucker pickups
  • Rosewood fretboard
  • 24.75 scale
  • Maple top, 24.75 scale

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Epiphone LP-100 Les Paul Electric Guitar, Ebony


The Epiphone Les Paul 100 is the electric guitar you want, If you’re starting to get serious about your music. The mahogany body with maple top delivers classic solid, heavy tone, while the bolt-on mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard are easy to play. Features 700T/650R open-coil humbucker pickups and chrome hardware. The Epiphone Les Paul 100 guitar features classic Les Paul design and tone.

Product Features

  • 700T Humbucker pickups
  • Rosewood fretboard
  • 24.75″ inch scale
  • Mahogany body and Maple top
  • Neck: Bolt, Mahogany

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Just a quick note to say one of my favourite guitar sites has moved from to

Pop on over and check them out as I learned a lot from there in the past.