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Manufacturer Index

Aguilar

Aguilar Agro

With Agro Aguilar has built an overdrive pedal specifically for the bass. Agro is an AG500 saturation channel based peda

Aguilar Fuzzistor

Aguilar’s Fuzzistor is a bass effect pedal that provides a powerful fuzz sound. Like all Aguilar pedals also the Fuzzist

Aguilar Tone Hammer

The Aguilar Tone Hammer is a powerful direct box / preamp/direct box which will bring back the life to your bass so

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Ampeg

Ampeg’s line of meticulously crafted bass amp products are known and loved as one of the world’s leading brands in big, clean, punchy sound. Ask anyone why they choose Ampeg and the common denominator comes down to their unrivaled tone. They’ve built a solid reputation for durability, quality and tailored their products for the needs and desires of some of the world’s leading bass players from the practice room to the stadium.

The name Ampeg came from one of founder's Everett Hull and Stanley Michaels’ first ever products, a double bass pick-up, the "Amplified Peg”. Hull and Michaels set out in 1946 to develop pickups and instrument amplifiers with minimal output distortion, a quality favoured by jazz players at the time.

From it’s humble beginnings as the anti-rock n’ roll jazz players’ choice, Ampeg grew to revolutionize the sound of the electric bass in the late sixties with the help of guitar guru Dan Armstrong. They pioneered Super-Valve Technology to create their famous SVT amp, “the biggest, nastiest bass amplifier the world had ever seen”. The SVT would change the path of both Ampeg and bass amplification for years to come with an unprecedented 300 watts of RMS power, a hit for bigger venue gigs becoming the standard at the time.

Many of Ampeg’s most popular staples today owe their origins to models created at the outset of the company. The B-15 models, released in the 60’s are a favourite for Stax records legend Donald “Duck” Dunn’s. The Portaflex series, created by Jess Oliver in the late 1950s, remains a classic choice for high-output playing with lightweight, portable design. "Why Ampeg? "Because of the quality of sound and if it ain't broke, don't break it!"- Bootsy Collins.
Ampeg SVT-VR & Classic SVT-410 HLF

Tubes, tubes, and more tubes! The new Ampeg SVT-VR is a vintage reissue of an early 1970s “Blue-Line” SVT head. The prea

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B&G Guitars

B&G Guitars was founded by Eliran Barashi and Yotam (Kiki) Goldstein, skillful and expert luthiers in the field of vintage guitars from the golden era, and Avi Goldfinger – an artist and entrepreneur.

From the B&G Guitars website:
We are devoted to one thing only – creating the best sounding instruments on the market.

Our guitars are gimmick free. We create a full perfectly well-balanced unique and original instruments that will grow on you, we build instruments that will ignite your passion for the only thing that matters – playing the guitar.

Our designs are the outcome of our secret sauce we found to be the golden rule in creating great instruments, and the result of a meticulous study of what made models from early 20’s to the mid 50’s such timeless classics.

In order to create the best sounding guitars we have one simple rule - everything must be made by ourselves:
We cast our own brass hardware from a unique alloy that conducts the fullest frequency range, we even use thick brass pickup covers to isolate the coils instead of pressed tin covers.
We wind and make our own pickups, we mix and blend our own paint and nitro lacquer and we use our rare stock of aged wood such as Brazilian Rosewood, African Mahogany, Honduran Mahogany and Eastern maple (some of it is 90 years old!)
We even make the glue and grain filler we use.

The result is consistency in the quality and the sound of our instruments. As a small workshop, we control and pay very careful attention to crafting the sound. If it’s not perfect to our ears it doesn’t leave the shop.

Our main approach is the Plug and Play - that is, a great electric guitar must sound great when you plug it to a clean amp and there is only one cable between the amp and the instrument.

We love what we do.
B&G Guitars Private Build LS Humbuckers Cutaway

The story of the Little Sister guitar began from the puzzling question of how the early delta bluesmen were able to fasc

B&G Guitars Crossroads LS Non-Cutaway

The B&G Little Sister private build made a huge impact since it's first appear in 2014. Building handmade guita

B&G Guitars Crossroads LS Cutaway

The B&G Little Sister private build made a huge impact since it's first appear in 2014. Building handmade guita

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Blackstar

Blackstar HT-Drive

From clean tube boost to a fat tube distortion, the Blackstar HT Drive is a one mean machine.The guitar's best frie

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BOSS

BOSS TR-2

The BOSS TR-2 Tremolo is designed to provide guitarists with classic tremolo effects in an easy-to-use compact pedal. De

BOSS DM-2W

Ever since being discontinued way back in 1984, the BOSS DM-2 Delay pedal has remained highly sought after by players ev

BOSS ODB-3 Bass OverDrive

The BOSS ODB-3 is an aggressive, new-age style pedal, which although called an overdrive, in reality is much more!I

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Carl Martin

The electric guitar is the way many people around the world express themselves, that’s a fact. But the true magic begins when connecting the electric guitar to a high-quality effect pedal. From something that sounds good comes something that sounds unique. Carl Martin is in the business of making you sound unique! Their distinctive and totally outstanding pedals will help you to personalize your music and make it even better. Founded in 1990 in Denmark, the Carl Martin Company produces a large line of guitar accessories including effects pedals, amplifiers and strings. Their reputation of providing innovative and unique products with "superior sound quality and features not seen on any other effect pedal” is widely known and well deserved. Used by an impressive number of professional musicians such as Andy Wood, Phil Soussan, Paul Nelson, Fred Turner, and more, it's not surprising they are the pedal supplier of choice for so many artists.

No matter if it is a crushing distortion pedal effect you’re after, a studio compressor built into guitar pedal, a bass chorus pedal or a great flanger effect, Carl Martin has it. With their impressive selection of pedal effects, Carl Martin is a sure bet for the unique guitar player.
Carl Martin Single Channel AC Tone

The Single Channel AC-Tone is a smaller pedal-board friendly, single channel version of the original Pro-Series AC-Ton

Carl Martin Classic Opto Compressor

Welcome to the Classic Optical Compressor: a 100% analog old-school compressor from the days where colouring was an impo

Carl Martin Single Channel Plexitone

There are many pedals around which claim to be "a Marshall in a box". Unlike many the Carl Martin `single channel` Plexi

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Crafter

Crafter JE-18/N

Jumbo indeed, and full of low/mid range. The Crafter JE-18/N is a joy to strum and extremely loud. Crafter use

Crafter DE-8/N

Crafter DE-8/N - When affordability meets great craftmanship.When it comes to price/value ratio , no one can overlook Cr

Crafter GCL-80/BRS

An all maple electro-acoustic guitar with the right looks and price!When it comes to price/value ratio , no one can over

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D'Angelico

D'Angelico EX-175

Just breathe. You’re not seeing things. The EX-175 is the only D’Angelico archtop equipped with a Bigsby vibrato. With a

D'Angelico EX-DC

The EX-DC is D’Angelico’s response to the rising popularity of the double-cutaway semi-hollow electric guitar. Powered b

D'Angelico EX-SS

The EX-SS packs a lot of punch in its 15-inch body, the smallest of all the D’Angelico archtops. Truly a versatile instr

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Duesenberg

Duesenberg marked their beginnings with innovation and catering for niches in the guitar market. They were responsible for the world’s first electric guitar kits in their previous incarnation as Rockinger guitars and the first ever fine-tuning tremolo, later renamed on the US market as “The Eddie van Halen Tremolo”. In the early 1980s, production of more tremolos, such as the Tellybrato and Lestrem, pick-ups such as the beloved P-90, pick guards and guitar bodies and necks, led to growth in the company and the production of the first Duesenberg guitar in 1986.

One of the more weird and wonderful brands out there, Duesenberg stand out for their aesthetic as much as for their craft and innovation. Known for their Art Deco style applications and unconventional colouring, their shape and design harks back to the craftsmanship in guitar design of the 50’s and 60’s. It was this stand-out design that gained them growth in sales when singer Sheena Ringo hit top 5 charts in Japan playing one of their mint green Starplayer series, leading to over a thousand sales for the brand.

Their Starplayer semi-hollow series has undergone many different makeovers over the years. Featuring a sustain-center-block, maple neck and arched back as well as an arched spruce top with a single f-hole, each with a unique finish. Signature models include the Starplayer TV Mike Campbell (of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers), Chris Whitley and Ron Wood (The Rolling Stones).

Duesenberg are serious about craft. The wood, hardware and pickups are all of highly evolved design, which they continue to refine to this day. Since 2009, every instrument is processed in the PLEK machine, a CNC based system that cuts and levers each fret within a tolerance of 1/100 of a millimeter. With names like Bon Jovi, Bob Dylan, Slash and John Mayer as fans, they’ve got the prof in the players!
Duesenberg Starplayer TV Mike Campbell I

The Starplayer TV is a semi hollow, dual pickup, 22 fret electric guitar, featuring arched top and back, bent sides and

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Earthquaker Devices

Earthquaker Devices Bellows

The Earthquaker Devices Bellows is a transistor based overdrive to fuzz pedal. With only two knobs this device

Earthquaker Devices Bellows

The Earthquaker Devices Bellows is a transistor based overdrive to fuzz pedal. With only two knobs this device

Earthquaker Devices Acapulco Gold

When it's really good, one knob is enough!We just love the fact Earthquaker Devices equipped their Acapulco Gold distort

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Earthworks

Earthworks Unplugged

TonePedia unplugged demos are recorded using a matched pair Earthworks QTC40 omnidirectional condensers. We ch

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EBS

EBS MetalDrive

Distortion with full bottom! EBS MetalDrive Studio Edition delivers high-gain distortion for use in modern metal music,

EBS Red Twister

The EBS Red Twister Guitar Edition is an analog studio quality Chorus, Flange and Pitch Modulation effects for guitar. T

EBS MultiComp

THE EBS MULTICOMP GUITAR EDITION IS A HIGH PERFORMANCE, ANALOG COMPRESSOR PEDAL, WITH A CHOICE BETWEEN SOLID STATE, TUBE

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Electro Harmonix

Electro-Harmonix Memory Toy

The Memory Toy presents a pure analog delay for musicians who covet thick sound from a thin wallet. EH melds heritage wi

Electro-Harmonix #1 Echo

Electro-Harmonix has a reputation for quality delays and the #1 Echo is a prime example. The tone is ultra high quality

Electro Harmonix Bass Soul Food

The Electro Harmonix Bass Soul Food is an overdrive pedal for the electric bass guitar. It offers the following con

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Epiphone

Epiphone Hummingbird Artist

The Hummingbird Artist is Epiphone's take on the famous Gibson Hummingbird design. At a very affordable price, this guit

Epiphone SG Special

After the G-400 and G-310 models, now comes the Epiphone SG Special guitar with an incredible price/value ratio. Many pe

Epiphone EJ-200

The Epiphone EJ-200 brings back the historic acoustic guitar deservedly known as the “King of the Flat-tops,” the J-200.

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Fender

Fender American Vintage '63 Precision Bass

The year 1963 marks an important moment in Precision Bass history, because that's when a comfortable new round-laminated

Fender CD-60CE

The CD-60CE is one of the best selling acoustic guitars in the world. Why? cause it's a Fender that costs around 300$ an

Fender Standard Precision Bass RW

Since its early-'50s introduction, the Fender® Precision Bass® guitar has remained the world standard for thick tone and

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Fender Squier

In 1965 Fender purchased the V.C. Squier Company, a former string manufacturing company founded in 1890 by Victor Carroll Squier. Although initiated to market their strings under its own brand, Fender decided in 1982 to use the Squire by Fender brand for commercializing lower priced products. The success was immediate. Today, Squier is as famous as Fender. When it comes to price, Squier guitars and basses are unbeatable. That, along with their iconic design and sound characteristics make them a favourite choice for the beginner and intermediate guitar player. Squier by Fender products range from electric guitars to acoustic guitars, bass guitars and amplifiers. All of them will smoothly ease your way into the music-playing world.

Fender Squier Classic Vibe 70s P-Bass

Squier's Classic Vibe Precision Bass lineup presents a powerful ’70s-style model that evokes the instrument’s look and s

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Furch

Furch G-22SR Cut

G-22SR is the grand auditorium version of the 22 line by Furch, the first line in the Millennium series to come wit

Furch D-35SR

The D-35SR is considered as the flagship of Furch's vintage Series. It is a well balanced, open and pure sounding guitar

Furch G-21SW

The 21 line by Furch, like the 20 line, is made with a more minimalistic approach so you could get a maximum guitar for

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Gibson

Gibson SJ-200 Amber Quilt

The SJ-200 Amber quilt is simply a stunning guitar, made in 2016 as a limited run by the folks at Gibson guitars.The AAA

Gibson Songwriter Studio

The Gibson Songwriter series consists of fine, handmade guitars, which are intended to act as an all-arounder for the si

Gibson J-45 1965 Donovan

This meticulously recreated J-45 honors Donovan and the music he created on his 1965 J-45. The body radius, neck, and '6

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Höfner

Höfner HCT-500/7-SB HCT Verythin Bass

Inspired by the original Hofner Verithin bass from the 1960s the new Hofner Contemporary version of the Verythin Bass of

Höfner HCT-500/8-DC Verythin Longscale Bass

This is the 500/8 long scale (34") version of the ever famous Höfner Verythin 500/7 short scale bass. Specially created

Höfner H500/1-61 Cavern Violin Bass

The Hofner 500/1 Violin Bass was designed by Walter Hofner and launched at the Frankfurt Music Messe in 1956. It has sin

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Ibanez

Ibanez AVD9

Ibanez's Artwood Vintage series is well known for its good price-value ratio. With the AVD9 Ibanez went even more "vinta

Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer

There's no doubt about it, the Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer is one, if not the most popular guitar overdrive out there. Guit

Ibanez AD Mini

The Ibanez AD Mini / Analog Delay Mini pedal delivers quality analog delay tone in a small unit which will fit in almost

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Joyo

Joyo Old School Distortion JF-313

With the OLD SCHOOL, the name says it all. Drawing its classic rock tone from a 2n3904 transistor, this tiny instant cla

Joyo Time Magic JF-304

The JOYO Time Magic mini delay pedal is an analog sounding digital delay with all the great characteristics of a bucket

Joyo AT Drive JF-305

The JOYO JF 305 AT Drive is an exceptional all round Overdrive mini guitar effects pedal. The Ironman mini guitar pedal

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KMA Audio Machines

KMA Audio Machines is a young pedal effects company from Berlin, Germany. All of KMA’s pedals are completely hand-made by Enrico Preuß who is a passionated engineer and musician. Enrico’s vision is to create high quality pedal effects which combines that vintage sound we love so much with a more modern design and functionality. The self made circuits by KMA Audio Machines and the special look of the pedals make them one of a kind.
KMA Audio Machines Fuzzly Bear

The Fuzzly Bear is KMA Audio Machines approach for a wide-range fuzz/distortion/overdrive pedal, which is based on the J

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Kremona

Kremona M 20

The Kremona M-20 delivers vibrant trebles with lots of sustain, tight and open low end, and it's a one loud guitar.When

Kremona F 10

Laminated back and sides are what making the Kremona F-10 a more affordable guitar. But have no mistake here, it is a on

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LAG

Lag guitars began when Michel Lag, a talented musician and guitar enthusiast, inherited his grandfather’s leather workshop in Toulouse. Over a number of years, he developed the space and skills shared with a number of like-minded friends to set up as an official lutherie.

Like most speciality guitar brands, Lag’s beginnings trace their origins from a humble place of fresh enthusiasm and dedication to craftsmanship. Expanding in 1998 with a move to Bedarieux, where, for over a decade, they supplied a few thousand electric guitars to happy French guitarists supporting a local brand.

At the end of 2002 Gerard Garnier, founder of the Algam group, French leader in the manufacturing and distribution of musical instruments, took over to help the struggling company as it was about to close down. Garnier and Lag made complimentary business partners and Lag began to make a name for itself on the world market with their innovative modern designs combined with the finest traditional lutherie. Following a number of international awards and recognition in 2010, their Tramontane acoustic range would gain them footing as experts of craft in world markets.

In 2013 their legendary Roxanne Racing collection, described by Phil Campbell of Motorhead as one of the “best guitars in the world”, was launched and received with extremely high regard and a new Lag factory was opened. This success and growth lead to manufacturing moving to China and expansion of their range of guitars, maintaining their exceptional quality with an increase in affordability for their growing fan base.
LAG T70ACE

Lag guitars are usually a great bang for the buck. The Tramontane T70ACE is a great example of that.It is a simple guita

LAG T300ACE

The T300ACE by Lag is a great mid-level / the on-tour guitar player kind of guitar.The solid Sitka Spruce and flamed Ova

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Mad Professor

Mad Professor Amplification Ltd. is a Finland-based company that has made premium quality guitar and bass pedals and amplifiers since 2002.

The Mad Professor Amplification is set for original designs, high-quality and musical tone.
Pedals with small footprint and easy setup and amplifiers with versatility and unsurpassed tone.
Thanks to a strong design team with decades of experience in guitar pedals and amplifiers, Mad Professor stays ahead of time with the quality and innovation of their products. While they seem “standard” on the outside, there is a lot of thought put into the circuit of each pedal and amp.

Another interesting thing is, that all Mad Professor products are actually tested with tens of different guitars and amplifiers to make sure the products work in every possible environment.

Mad Professor Amplification is famous for dynamic, touch sensitive tone pedals and full ranging amplifiers which will make any musician sound better.
Mad Professor Silver Spring Reverb

Silver Spring Reverb (SSR) is a compact, easy to use digital/analog reverb with a pure analog direct signal path. It cre

Mad Professor Deep Blue Delay

The Mad Professor Amplification​ Deep Blue Delay is a natural sounding digital / analog delay, with an analog direct sig

Mad Professor Sweet Honey Overdrive

Mad Professor Sweet Honey Overdrive (SHOD) is a touch sensitive low gain overdrive pedal hand made in Finland.It is desi

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Martin

Martin DC-35E

Martin takes it's classic D-35 guitar and turns it to a stage beast to the professional working guitar player. Meet the

Martin D-18

Less expensive than the iconic D-28 but definitely not cheaper or less wonderful.The D-18 has the benefit of being a war

Martin 00-15M

The 00-15M model continues the Martin tradition with a 00-14 fret body size, solid mahogany construction and a rich sati

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Music Man

Formed by former Fender Vice President Forrest White, Fender amplifier builder and salesman Tom Walker, and Leo Fender himself (ostensibly as a silent partner owing to contractual agreements following the sale of Fender in 1965), Music Man began its life under the name Tri-Sonix in 1971.

Throughout the 1970s, the instruments designed by Leo were becoming brighter and harsher in character, owing to his increased difficulty in hearing. This coincided with the rise in popularity of slap bass technique, making the Fender-designed Music Man Stingray a big success with its active electronics and chunky bridge, offering a characteristically treble-heavy, punchy tone.

Leo left the company in late 1979 to found G&L, and Music Man faced an uncertain future, until it was purchased by guitar string set pioneer Ernie Ball (more specifically, his son Sterling) in 1985. They now offer a wide range of guitars, basses and amplifiers, including the introduction in 2003 of the Bongo Bass, an eccentric collaboration with BMW's Designworks team.

Music Man runs its operations using an open-source software policy, and since 2001 has paid a living wage to all employees at its San Luis Obispo plant.

Famous players of Music Man basses include Nathan East, Flea, Tony Levin, Squarepusher and Pino Palladino.
Music Man Stingray 4 MN

First introduced in 1976, the StingRay has been revered as one of the most iconic bass guitars in history. The StingRay

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MXR

MXR 1976 Vintage Dyna Comp CSP 028

The MXR Dyna Comp that was produced in 1976 has long been regarded as the ultimate stomp box compressor. There’s somethi

MXR Distortion Plus M-104

The MXR M-104 Distortion Plus (Distortion +) has been around since the 70's and is known to be the signature s

MXR Dyna Comp M-102

One of the most popular compressors of all time, the Dyna Comp is the secret weapon on many stars' pedalboards. This box

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Santa Cruz

Richard Hoover’s passion for the acoustic guitar gave rise to a burning desire to discover how they were made and equally important, how they worked.  In 1968, there was absolutely no information on the construction of the acoustic steel string guitars.  In pre-Internet days, the other independent pioneers of guitar building may just as well have been on other planets.

Copying the assemblies of the important brands was straightforward, compared to truly controlling the guitar’s voice. Hoover turned to the printed body of knowledge on centuries of violin refinement as the sole source of the true way.  Herein lay the key for taking his favored instrument out of the realm of the factories and into the enlightened practice of traditional lutherie. The quest included independent experimentation, the grace of mentors, countless repairs, restorations and the construction of numerous guitars and carved-top mandolins.

Throughout the process, a concept grew.  If I try to figure this out by myself it will take forever.  This simple frustration, voiced by Richard, would have a profound effect on the future of steel string guitar making.  If I hold true to the principals and ethics of lutherie traditions, I can work as a team with others to accelerate the learning curve without compromise.  This became the mission statement for the beginnings of boutique lutherie and the inspiration for the Santa Cruz Guitar Co.

We know that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, and that through practice and study we will pursue ongoing improvement. Each of us has become masterful in our current specialties and collectively we embody nearly two hundred years of expertise.  By adhering to the principles of physics and the tried and true practices of lutherie, SCGC guarantees the most sophisticated instrument of its kind. We will assure maximum sustain and complexity of overtones and maintain consistency of balance and tone specific to each of our standard models. To accommodate the subjective nature and personal requirements of EQ, tone and presence, we offer our considerable talents to deliver exactly what you need in a custom instrument.

You will be in fine company with the world’s best players, including Eric Clapton, Doc Watson, Tony Rice, Warren Haynes, Elvis Costello and many others.

Welcome to the Santa Cruz Guitar Company.

Santa Cruz D Pre-War

The guys at Santa Cruz said about it that "The D/PW’s powerful volume, overtones and rich presence is an epiphany to the

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Sigma

Sigma guitars were founded as a reaction to the dwindling output from US guitar manufacturers in the late 1960s in the wake of guitar sales becoming dominated by cheaper models coming from Japanese manufacturers catering to a lower-budget market. Sigma set out to create an American brand that would offer more affordable guitars to a fast-growing market.

Built by specially trained staff in Japan in state of the art factories, Sigma launched their first line of acoustic guitars to the US market in 1970. Models from this early period are highly sought after and extremely hard to find due to their outstanding quality. Premium components and materials such as solid Sitka spruce tops, rosewood and mahogany backs and sides, bone nuts and saddles and traditional rosewood bridges, give Sigma guitars their unique and much sought after tone and quality.

Focus on the tonal qualities of these earlier vintage models are mixed today with modern elements to produce a more open, warm tone with lots of mids and bass. They have established a somewhat legendary reputation as one of the leading brands in acoustic guitars over the 46 years they’ve been operating and withheld it to this day with their ever-growing base of satisfied customers.
Sigma 00M-15S

The Sigma 00M-15S Acoustic Guitar is part of Sigma’s leading 15 series and features a solid Mahogany top and Mahogany ba

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Sterling by Musicman

Sterling guitars by Music Man replaced the ‘SUB’ line of lower-priced “mid-range” instruments in 2009. These guitars catered to a budget market, ranging in price typically between a half or third of their “standard” instruments. The SUB series were still constructed in the USA but moving manufacturing to the Far East meant a further increase in affordability. Praxis Musical Instruments Inc. were licensed to build the new sterling models, which still include the SUB and S.U.B range today with updated features.

They Sterling line includes the classic StingRay SR50, with the original Fender Music Man design updated by the Ernie Ball Music Man design team. The Axis AXDOD with it’s Double Locking Tremolo and lock nut, zebra DiMarzio AXIS Humbuckers, 3 position selector with single volume control.

The John Petrucci (of Dream Theater) line includes the JP60 and JP70 (seven string), based on the JP Signature Series, featuring high quality, die-cast, locking tuning machines, and full float Modern Tremolo. JP Majesty with it’s “Unfettered fret access throughout, perfect balance and ultimate playability”, the JP100D, 150 and 1507 with African Mahogany bodies.

The Steve Lukather (Toto) LK100D, features “Push-push” active boost, passive tone control, 5-way balanced switching, classic “V” contoured neck. The Cutlass features 22 frets, 3 single coil Ernie Ball Music Man spec pickups with 5-way switching, Vintage Tremolo, and an oversized 4 + 2 headstock with locking tuning machines.

The Sterling range includes models with tailor features that have resulted in the distillation of years and years of expert tweaking from the highly dedicated Music Man and Ernie Ball group and focus on the needs and desires of the growing market for these mid-range budget instruments.
Sterling by Musicman S.U.B. Ray 4 MN

The Ray4 bass is the cousins of the Music Man StingRay 4 bass. Classic, iconic instruments that defined a generation of

Sterling by Musicman S.U.B. Ray 4 RW

The Sterling by Music Man S.U.B. Ray 4 BK is a four string electric bass guitar from the S.U.B. series with a fair price

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Taylor

Taylor 414ce

The acoustic/electric Grand Auditorium 414ce responds well to an array of playing styles thanks to Taylor’s proprietary

Taylor 214ce-SB DLX

The distinctive 200 Series Deluxe category is loaded with high-end performance appeal.A smooth sunburst adds vintage fla

Taylor 814ce

Taylor’s popular 814ce offers players the ultimate all-purpose guitar. Its balance, warmth and articulation are great fo

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TC Electronic

TC Electronic Hall of Fame Mini Reverb

TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Mini is small but sounds very big! It’s one of the best Bonsai-Edition reverbs TC ever made.

TC Electronic Shaker Mini Vibrato

Shaker Vibrato has been the sleeper hit of the TonePrint series. Guitarists loved adding the life and vibe of both subtl

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TonePedia

TonePedia DI Bass

DI Bass simply means that we directly go with the bass guitar signal into an audio interface. There is no additional amp

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Vox

The Jennings Organ Company started shortly after the Second World War in 1947, but are best-known today for their renowned models of guitar amplifiers under the Vox brand. They launched the AC15 15w tube combo amp in 1958 and began their legacy at the heart of rock and roll music.

After being popularized by The Shadows, Vox struck an exclusive deal with The Beatles for exclusive stage use of their equipment, creating bigger and bigger configurations to contend with the increasing volume of their screaming audiences at the time. Other users around the time of the 'British Invasion' include The Rolling Stones, The Kinks and the Yardbirds. During their 1967 tour, The Monkees would emerge from an oversized Vox prop amp at the beginning of their shows.

Although less commercially successful, Vox were equally innovative with their guitar designs - with their iconic teardrop shapes, 12 string models, and experimentation with built-in effects and modified electronics. One such innovation was the ambitious, but ultimately unwieldy and unreliable Guitar Organ, which triggered an external organ module upon contact between the strings and frets. It was not very popular.

Vox were purchased by Korg in 1992, and continue to offer electric guitars and basses, amplifiers, fx pedals, and organs. Notable Vox players over the years have included Brian May of Queen, The Edge of U2, Radiohead, Paul Weller and Ian Curtis of Joy Division.
Vox AC30C2X

For those who crave more power, the AC30 expands on the captivating sound of its little brother by doubling the wattage.

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Xotic

For nearly 20 years, Xotic has been a leading innovator in sound, design, and tone. Starting out as a one-man operation in a garage in San Fernando Valley, Southern California, selling high-quality basses and bass amps. Xotic had an edge that set them apart from other established brands in the already saturated market in1996. The Tri-Logic Bass Preamp, built into all their models, was this edge.

Edge number two came in the form of the Robotalk 1, an ‘ultra-boutique’ pedal hand made from scratch in limited qualities. Selling remarkably well, the pedal set the standard for the company’s future approach to building pedals. Constructed with premium quality, high durability parts with great functionality and carefully selected components, their products quickly began to make a name for themselves and Xotic took their next steps to expand with the help of Prosound Communications Inc. 
PCI became the parent company and expanded the exotic brand to Japan. PCI Japan helped with importation and sales of Xotic guitars, basses, and pedals, which were fast becoming known for their amazing tone quality.

The Tremendous Trio; the Xotic AC Booster, RC Booster, and BB Preamp were introduced between 2002 and 2005 with tremendous success. By 2009 the demand for Xotic's brand became too great to stay working out of the tiny garage in San Fernando so they moved into their current production offices in Van Nuys, CA. This sparked a kick into overdrive and by the end of the year, Xotic had released one of its best selling pedals to date, the Xotic EP Booster.
From vintage pickups to impeccably crafted guitars and basses, Xotic have carved a place for themselves in the world market for high quality and niche musical gear.
Xotic Bass BB Preamp

The Xotic Bass BB Preamp is the bass version of Xotic's infamous distortion / booster guitar pedal; the BB Pre

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Yamaha

Yamaha TRBX 304

TRBX300 is built around a simple principle – your performance. The perfectly balanced, ultra-comfortable solid mahogan

Yamaha TRBX 174

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