Want features you’d expect in a much more expensive instrument? The CD-60 is your guitar, with features including a spruce top, mahogany back and sides, die-cast tuners and an included hard-shell case. Available in Black, Natural and Sunburst
I’m currently working on a few new courses that will be added to the All Access Pass in the next few weeks. One is a Rockin Blues solo where you’ll learn the rhythm guitar and the lead played over the tune.
This lead is an Albert King, SRV, influenced solo with a little bit of my own style thrown in of course. The rhythm guitar is not that hard really but to make it fit and sound good requires the right technique and execution. I’ll be dissecting this as well.
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Donner cables are built to ensure that your tone comes through exactly the way you want it. The 10feet length is ideal for medium runs, such as guitar-to-pedal board, and medium stages.
Donner cables are designed with audiophile quality wire, designed to reproduce the natural tones of your instrument with zero interference. The low 28pF/ft capacitance is the sweet-spot for uncolored tone and the 22AWG oxygen-free copper conductor provides exceptional signal transfer. Donner cables reject interference and avoid handling noise with 100% shielded coverage and 95% tinned copper braiding.Traditionally, mechanical tolerances of 1/4-inch jacks can vary greatly causing unreliable connections.Our cables have an external rubber heat shrink strain relief, internal rubber booty strain relief, AND an internal metal clamp strain relief. This triple strain relief system allows for many years of trouble free usage.
Note:Instrument cables that are in excess of 18.5 feet cause some signal loss that tends to become more audible the longer a cable is. Often the effects of signal loss are not audible to the user.This is why our cable does not exceed 18 ft.
1 x Donner 10 feet Instrument Cable
For years, the most popular classical guitar method ever published! There are exercises, practice studies, and self-tests, a survey of the guitar repertoire and numerous solo and ensemble compositions. Generously illustrated with photos, diagrams, and musical examples. Instruction, including graded exercises, practice studies, and a survey of the guitar repertoire.Reblogged 1 month ago from www.amazon.com
The CD-60S All-Mahogany adds a solid mahogany top to one of our most popular models for a distinctly organic flavor. It is ideal for players looking for a high-quality affordable dreadnought with great tone and excellent playability. Featuring the new “Easy-To-Play” neck, and mahogany back and sides, the CD-60S All-Mahogany is perfect for the couch, the beach or the coffeehouse-anywhere you want classic Fender playability and sound.
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When you’re playing the Epiphone AJ-220SCE acoustic-electric guitar, you’ve got a piece of history in your hands. First produced at Epi’s legendary Kalamazoo factory in the 1930s, the Advanced Jumbo body style gives you beefy bottom end, clarity in the mids, and crisp bell-like highs. This is a perfect axe if you’re a singer-songwriter, but the AJ-220SCE works nicely in a thick track as well. Its SlimTaper neck and cool-looking Venetian cutaway give you great playability and access to upper frets. And it sports Shadow’s superb Performer Tuner preamp, so you’re always ready to hit the stage. This guitar’s an incredible value, too. Check out the Epiphone AJ-220SCE – you’ll love it!
The Martin Smith 3/4 size Classical guitar is a fantastic guitar for both beginners and the more advanced player. It features nylon strings making it easier on the fingers whilst giving the player that distinctive classical sound. The smaller lightweight body makes it ideal for both young guitarists and adult beginners who have a smaller frame. Suitable for ages 9+
A classic Zebra look and high output sound will breath new life into any guitar. The ceramic magnets combine a 7.2K/15K Ohm resistance profile, while not sacrificing tone. Each set is sold as a matched pair, and marked as Neck or Bridge on the back of the pickup.
(STEVENSVILLE, MD) October 11, 2016 – The Custom 24 is the instrument that started PRS back in 1985, so of course the Guitar of the Month program would not be complete without celebrating this model. Since its introduction, the Custom 24 has been a favorite of internationally-touring artists, gigging musicians, and aspiring players who demand quality, reliability, and versatility. The Custom 24 features PRS’s patented tremolo system, PRS Phase III locking tuners, and dual humbuckers with volume and tone controls and a 5-way blade switch.
Some unique appointments for October’s Guitar of the Month, the Lotus Knot Custom 24 include a wenge tonewood neck with ebony fingerboard, paua heart, green ripple abalone, and mother of pearl Lotus Knot fingerboard inlays while a green ripple abalone Private Stock Eagle with mother of pearl outlines and “October” engraved banner embellishes the headstock veneer. The model, each finished in Sage Glow Smoked Burst with a high gloss nitro finish, comes equipped with 58/15 LT treble and bass pickups.
“Inspiration for this month’s Private Stock Guitar of the Month originated from exploring our shared love of music, craftsmanship and artistry” stated Private Stock Sales Specialist, Tina Sears. “The Lotus Knot Custom 24 showcases the precision, imagination and expertise of our Private Stock team wrapped up in one killer sounding guitar.”
Only twenty of these instruments will be made for October 2016, commemorating Private Stock’s 20th Anniversary.
The original Guitars of the Month were cased between December 1994 and March 1996. They provided the opportunity to experiment with new ideas and led directly to the creation of the Private Stock program, with the first “official” Private Stock instrument casing on April 19, 1996.
For full specifications and additional photographs of the Lotus Knot Custom 24, please visit http://www.prsguitars.com/gom_october. For more information on the Guitars of the Month program, please visit http://www.prsguitars.com/privatestock.
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