ChromaCast vintage guitar picks combine classic colors with a traditional pick shape for an old school, retro feel. Made from premium Delrin to provide a slick, stiff playing surface with excellent memory and instantaneous release. Includes all colors and styles in light, medium and heavy gauges.
The Fender Starcaster 15 Watt Electric Guitar Amplifier is a compact yet very powerful little amplifier. It can be turned down low enough so that you can barely hear it or cranked up loud. There are two selectable channels, normal and drive so that you can have a nice clear sound or the distortion that a good metal riff needs. The Starcaster 15 Watt amp has an auxiliary input so that you can plug in a CD player and play along with your favorite songs or plug in a drum machine for accompaniment. There is a headphone jack so that you can practice privately. There are separate controls for treble, mid, bass, volume, gain and drive. This is a great amp for a beginner or for someone that needs something lightweight and portable.
Monster High 30 ” Acoustic Guitar is perfect for beginning players. This guitar features great tone, comfort, and playability.
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Here’s an interesting bantar guitanjo thing played by Brian Setzer in his Stray Cat days. Is it a one-off? Can anyone ID it? Thanks!
yours, Tone Deaf Radio
Hi Tone, it does indeed very familiar. I have a feeling I’ve seen one being used by The Pogues. But yeah, it’s a Deering Crossfire electric banjo. It actually has two magnetic pickups mounted beneath the head and is designed to be played at volume without any feedback.
Note it’s not really a “guitanjo” or a “bantar” – those names are usually given to six string banjos, which are essentially banjos tuned like a guitar so as to accommodate guitar players’ existing know-how. This Deering is a proper 5-string banjo, but in electric format.
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