It’s hard to name that one person who’s never played a guitar, or at least, wanted to. Hobbyists and occasional guitar players are in abundance, but those handful who are in dire need of a good acoustic guitar will certainly like what we’ve prepared.Read More
I must admit that I was a bit skeptical about buying this guitar online. Having said that, I have a few things to mention. Firstly, thank you, team Musikshack for the swift and safe delivery of my guitar. I have been playing the guitar for around 3-4 hours now, and I just can't stop playing it. The action of the guitar was perfect right out of the box. The strings felt great. The fret work on this guitar is PHENOMENAL. Tuning machine heads hold tune, and the guitar itself holds the notes for quite some time. Also, the guitar looks beautiful. To anybody reading this review, contemplating buying this guitar... Take my word for it, buy it. You won't regret it.
Adequate packaging and was delivered within a week. Hadn't heard of the brand but thought to give it a try: Outperformed my expectation. Good sound quality Sturdy built Glossy finish on the body
Being an Ibanez there's no doubt that this thing is a best. Perfect action, Shade Good, Bright Pickups, overall a great guitar for a great price.
Works great for drop tuning on my Jackson js32-7, the price is lower than other stores and received it on time. Couldn't expect more
There comes a time during one's gear acquisition journey that one questions: Do I really need these many 'fiddlemabobs' on my setup to actually translate my playing into a useful sound that can fit into a mix? Orange's philosophy has always been to cut the crap and keep everything as simple and clean as possible (one google image search into their amp head circuits would attest to this philosophy). The Rocker 32 is a *very* well designed amp reminiscent of the early OR15 designs. It has enough headroom and low mid spank to not miss or warrant a 6L6 setup and a gain channel with one of the widest bandwidths of any amp that I have played. That is to say that depending on your settings, you can have it go from a blues crunch all the way to the Dark Terror territory. I won't speak allocades of the dual return stereo inputs as you have probably read all about that if you are considering this amp. The biggest attraction, if I had to sum it up, would be the amp's absolute honesty in the translation of sound and dynamics and its utility. In a world where anything less than 4 x 12" Celestion Speakers and 100-watt heads seems like blasphemy, the amp challenges your notions of the need for such an overkill setup and delivers in spades. Also its loud af ;) !! Holy sh** my neighbours from two buildings away were cursing quite passionately when the gain channel kicked in :^) Did I say I really like this amp? I really like this amp !! Also, Musikshack is awesome. They packed it like absolute professionals and delivered it faster than an ambulance would take to reach my home
Great amplifier if you are going for a clean sound..it's loud bad and terrorizing as well. I would suggest to go for a pedal along with this amplifier, great to practice at home with. For its price it's really good.
Thanks a lot for offering me such a big brand product. i found your service so nice. Your customer care department is perfect. shipping also excellent. carry on... god bless.. i support you..
At first I thought how would the product be, would it be delivered on time or not but Musikshack didn't let me down. The product I ordered was Grail AG A190CE, it was delivered in 3 days, the packaging was perfect and the product is awesome. I was very much happy with the overall service provided by Musikshack and I would suggest who all read my review just Go for it whichever product you like just order it. Thank You Musikshack.
It's a very good drum set and a great value for money....
I ordered the guitar they told me everything about it, and very quickly they send the guitar. As soon as i placed the order with in 2 to 3 hours they shipped the guitar, they gave what i need. The quality of the case is very nice. Mr. Somanath Ms. Milli i think and one more person i spoke i don't know the name all of them, so kind giving information and explaining about the order. very very good i am very much happy.
I had my last Guitar which broke before i started learning...but when i touch this Guitar i felt like it has a energy of being Guitar with smoothness and strings create beautiful tune.
First of all few stars is available for rating this product, but there should be rating for services offered by Team Musikshack. I will give full 5 star or 100% satisfaction for service of Team Musikshack. Yes I was bit hesitate to purchase this product from Musikshack, thought I decided to go for it. Soon I received the product, it was v good. Yes you may find other products in this price range but this Grail D-120 is best one. Its give a feel like you're playing a product like Yamaha and other which are in 5 digit cost. A part of product, I am reviewing because the service of Team Musikshack is highly appreciated and communication with Team Musikshack was very familiar. Thank-you Team Musikshack and specially thanks to Millie mam & Mr. Rajbhai.
It sounds better without connecting and it has a pretty decent sound, not to rich or full but enough to do the trick and appear as a better mid range quality guitar. It isn't noisy, nor makes strange sound. Yet it is pretty loud for a acoustic guitar.
It has a rich, full warm tone that even the factory strings can't spoil. However, when I play it clean (on the acoustic setting) through my small amp . I play acoustic music FULL STOP. Any style, any artist. I have never found a song that I think "Oh I can't play that on this guitar!" I don't regret buying his guitar. I compared this to the Epiphone DR range and chose this one because of the electro acoustic capabilities.
this is my first guitar and i love it tho im planning on getting an electric itll take a while since i dont have to much money. But this guitar is amazing!Ive only been playing for less than 3 weeks but i know it has an amazing sound, glad the guy at the store recomened the F310. i cant keep my hands of off it
I picked this up as a third guitar to have at home when my other guitars are left at church. Beautiful guitar, sound is very vibrant and full. It comes with a very nice case for this price. Nice package for anyone. I am very happy with its playability right out of the box. Just a great deal on a great guitar.
Bought this for my son he is very happy.
This guitar will last a beginner into intermediate stages before they start to feel a need for specific woods or features, etc. It's a little simpler than a strat (only 2 knobs vs 3), but plays like actual strat. Even the tremolo is still more stable than other low end guitars (not heading out of tune as easy). It's kind of a simple, no frills model, but really done well. This is definitely worth the extra few bucks, you'll be glad you went with it. A great guitar to learn and grow on.
Excellent craftsmanship. Fine craftsmanship from Indonesia. Excellent construction.Fret ends are polished.Worth 2-3x more than asking price. The price of this guitar was one of the underlying factors of why I bought it and I must say it is well worth the price. smooth action and great pick ups make this guitar great not to mention the aesthetically pleasing inlay on the fret board. if your looking for a great quality guitar for a reasonable price this is it!
It has a very deep sound but still It is not to loud. The guitar have a really soft sound if you play with your hands, but still it can sound "metallic" if you using pick and make some noise and uses more power into the chords. The guitar is good for both rock and slow romantic hindi songs . It depends on the strings too of course, but I think it sounds awesome.
I am a beginner guitar player. My guitar teacher told me to get this guitar because it is great quality and the neck is thin. I have small hands so it works. I love it and the sunburst is beautiful. And it came with the picks which is nice!
I always worry that I am going to drive my sweet wife crazy practicing the same pieces all the time. This guitar is the answer for those of you that need to practice loudly to get the tone out of your real classical or flamenco guitar and not bother anyone. Only two very minor complaints - the earbuds suck - use headphones. And the body depth is rather thin which I easily adjust. I gave it five stars because it solved a problem I had - my guitar teacher said I played too quietly - I needed to play louder to get the tone out of my guitar. I've had this two weeks now and really love it!
This guitar plays and sounds great. This is my first nylon string guitar, and after consulting with Milly in musikshack, this seemed to be the best choice. I'm sure the more expensive models may have more detail and wood selection but this guitar is constructed very well.
I owned a Fender P bass 8+ years ago with a jazz neck. I can say firsthand that this bass is every bit the quality of the Fender, if not better. While this particular bass has a Precision neck, I love the pickup configuration here with split Precision single coil and Jazz single coil. This bass give you the best of both Fender worlds, Jazz punch and warm Precision sound.
Being only 5 feet tall, I had thought it would be difficult to find my first guitar that would be comfortable in my hands. This was the first guitar I looked at and I feel in love with the black color along with the size. Ever since I got it it has been so easy to wrap my hands around it including staying in tune. I have also bummed it into many things and it is still in perfect condition. This really encouraged me to start playing the guitar and I will hopefully will be getting an electric guitar soon.
This guitar suits my all around rock style pretty well but if I had the money then I would get the Schecter c1 special. The frets higher up tend to get a little too small and is very difficult to finger the 24 frets. The harmonics are great and loud all the way down the finger board. Not so great for pick slides, you'll get some sound of the strings main sound during the slide.The action, fit and finish is perfect. Every thing was set together very well . This is a quality looking guitar Every thing is perfect, the strings when they get old they will lose tone and the higher up the further off the pitch but that is just the strings. Only if you have major problems with that then it wont help your Live playing. I have played in a few gigs in collages and I would recommend to fit new strings before the gig or competition.
I expected the guitar to be better set up than it was, The action was reasonable but not the standard I expected, I have thought about getting it done but its too expensive for such a cheap guitar. I don't regret buying his guitar but really unhappy for the quality i was expecting from Fender.
Fender Squier Affinity Fat Stratocaster Electric Guitar Rosewood Fretboard H S S Montego Black Metallic
this strat detuned on stage, because I whammied too much. so, dont overdo it, I'd be completely happy with this one if it hadn't detuned DURING a gig. My band lost the contest because the whammy bar makes it detune. everything else is awesome. So I did a proper setup and blocking the tremolo (great tuning improvement tip from musikshack customer care), it is actually a surprisingly good guitar.
I like to finger pick, and it suits me fine. Though it sounds great with a pick, and obviously, louder. As it is an acoustic, I do not use amp. Though I do plan on some form of microphone playing. Full range of sound for an acoustic. Very crisp, clean sound i love it. plays great, sounds great and its a fender so you know its good.
This is a good guitar for the money. I previously owned a Ibanez guitar, which costs about the same, but find this guitar to have a better sound. The tuner is helpful and accurate enough, and the onboard pickup sound pretty good. I love it! I am certainly no professional, but I think this thing sounds great and looks great. The action is very light with no buzz. For the money you can't go wrong.
I had been looking for an Acoustic guitar for a few months and one day I saw a kid in a school program playing this acoustic guitar. I immediately knew that this was the guitar for me simply because of the sound, it is everything I wanted it to be, perfect. It has a brighter sound to it, definitely not mellow, but when I tune it to E flat it sounds best. I like it that way.
This guitar is extremely well made and functional. Only one tone knob, but that doesn't really matter because you can achieve every tone your looking for and more. The nano-pickup is clean, but could use more bass. The probuckers offer great distortion and combined with the nano-acoustic pickup offer a more punchier sound that is even more distinct than a single-coil sounds. I ran stereo through a good guitar amp and a good acoustic amp. The combination of the two was outstanding! After many decades of playing guitar, I've never played a guitar that sounds like this one. I play mostly acoustic and this doesn't sound like my Martin but it sure sounds good. I plan to take it along with me to a lot of gigs. While I am worried about how well the electronics will hold up over the years, I'm very happy with the way it works now.
the neck is pretty big, but it's amazingly comfortable. It's super flat on the back so your thumb stays put. I can't play anything else. It is an excellent buy for what you get. Could go for the Limited edition 6-string but hate to pay that price. Another reason why I'm keen on this 6-string...Will be setting up with the previous version of the Roland VBass system. Fits perfectly in a SKB deluxe case.
At first, I was nervous about buying a solid-state amp - I thought tube is always be better. Wrong. I am playing a Strat with the EQ set flat, and the clean tones are to die for. This is an awesome amp for funk/R&B/soul where clean is king. While the tone is clean and fairly unmodified, it also has great character that gives me just the kind of response that I am looking for. This is the perfect amp.
Once tuned, which takes about five min on each drum, no ring, great sweet spot,and no need for any type of 0 ring, or moon gel. Great kit, it seems like a more-expensive looking kit. The pedal,throne,and Hi-hat stand are good for a novice or younger musician,but should be replaced with sturdier hardware for serious gigging. After replacing the snare batter and tom batter heads with Remos,the little kit sounds like drums that cost a lot more. love the sound! I am able to tune up, down, to any pitch I need with ease.Thank You Ludwig.
This is the best guitar I have ever owned; Though It took me all my salary to buy it. I think the stock strings are beastly. This guitar isnt that pricey either seeing as how I buy my own instruments. People looking for Huge gain with these pick-ups will need that to come from a pedal or their amp, this guitar it's great for crunchy sounds through to Standard metal tones without being really overdriven. One of the guitars nicest features is the Grover tuners that really help the guitar stay in tune they work really well, still it does suffer from the good old g string problem as seems to be the case with most my guitars, where the g goes out fairly quickly.
I have been using Traktor for about a week now and with the Kontrol s4 and was looking for a more portable option for some gigs. The modular approach makes a lot of sense to me as I can tailor my equipment portage to the gig requirements. The X1 does exactly what it is supposed to do in a compact package. The workflow is relatively intuitive however very limited. The thing I miss most about a more comprehensive controller is the lack of ability to do manual beat matching as this is my preferred mixing style. I have only used the factory mapping and have not dug into customizing it myself. The factory settings are pretty good though. The build is attractive and clean, however I can not speak on its durability as I have not even gigged with it yet. Overall I recommend this product and and pleased with the purchase.
I couldn't be happier with my Novation Launchpad. It was definitely the right tool to use when I wanted to start getting into beat production. It syncs up seamlessly with Ableton Live, and making music with it is easy and intuitive. It's been a fantastic addition to my studio.
Sounds is decent and the fact that it is a solid top means it should mellow and warm with age, so I expect it to continue to improve. Fit and finish are good. Frets are not sharp on the ends or rough. Fingerboard is nice. Setup was good. Intonation was spot on. No truss rod work was necessary out of the box. I kept reading how this neck was the right size... not too small, not too big, precisely engineered to be comfortable. There are other guitars that are worse... no doubt about it. But on a scale of 1-5, it's a 3. And the sticky, lacquered back of the neck... just don't care for it. Feels cheap. Not terribly comfortable.
I would compare this guitar to a Yahama F-Series; as for me, I would prefer this guitar in comparison. I am big Cort fan now. For the price, there is absolutely nothing like it. As for everything else, I have had no wiring or electronic issues of any sort. I've used it live day before yesterday and it sounds great. Very dependable and ready to go for gigs.
It is a beautiful guitar, it played well out of the box, Pickups sound really good, The coil splitting provides a good single coil sound. It is a great sounding and playing guitar. I must say that I was a little apprehensive about the 'thin narrow' neck (my other guitars all have rather 'chunky' necks which I actually prefer) but with all the great reviews on line, I figured it was well worth the risk. Much to my surprise, and delight, the neck feels perfect!
I play most every type of music, so my styles are those of: bluegrass, blues, country, rock, classical, romantic, contemporary, alternative, and other indie-styles. The depth of the body is not too deep or too shallow; she fits perfectly and does not cause uncomfortable play. She can sound clear and romantic if played as such, or she can have a twangy rawness if played so. I mostly play without her being plugged in, but I usually keep the lows turned up, and Highs just under midway. However, the possibilities of her sound are endless. If you plug her into an amp, you can get some distortion, however I would generally leave this for the electric guitars. The electronics aren't terribly impressive, but I've not fiddled with them much, since I usually play either for myself or in the company of a few friends in an intimate setting.
This was my first guitar and it's definitly a good one for a beginner. It's in the style of a Fat Strat with a great humbucker which gives it a heavier edge than rival offerings such as Squiers. The guitar suits my style very well, I play mostly rock, Indie and punk and the Pacifica is suited perfectly for this. The only real problem with quality was the input jack and supplied accessories. I wouldn't use this guitar as my main guitar for playing live, but it would be fine as a backup but it's versatile enough to play anything and anywhere.
I gotta tell u; the humbucker does great job cleaning noise. EQ's cut and boost works very well to control tone from super fat to very clean slap to mellow finger blues. I would prefer taking this bass on stage than any other basses. Electronics seems very solid build. Jack is very strong. Shoulder strap buttons are at ideal location. Paint on this is very thick. I would like to pill off and measure it myself, but it feels like it will last for a decade. Everything is bolted solid. I don't use any effects apart from the overdrive on the amp. I play lots of styles from rock to ballads. I love how silent this guitar is. No hum whatsoever. The active controls are really good. I can get some very nice rich creamy sounds and some cutting crunch. I like it a lot. Electrics feel good and are consistent. The range of tone is very wide especially when compared to none active.
At first, I took its quality for granted, as I was new and did not know the difference, but people who have numerous years of guitar experience have played this guitar and seem to always comment on how good it sounds. When I use it to accompany other guitars, Gibson, Martins, etc, it holds its own really well and does not sound like the cheap guitar in the group. Good investment for a first guitar.
Fender Squier Affinity Fat Stratocaster Electric Guitar Rosewood Fretboard H S S Montego Black Metallic
The guitar is fine as a starter instrument. Listen; don't buy a Squier Affinity series thinking you are going to get a guitar made to the same specs as a Fender Strat, you ain't, apart from quality of the fittings and electrics they are cosmetically different as well, the paint work is a lot less resistant to knocks and the the body is a lot thinner. Also there is some confusion as to the wood used, for the record, if you buy an Affinity Strat in a starter pack than the wood is Agathis, if you buy the guitar on it's own then the wood is Alder. the humbucker sounds very nice(no hum here) plays very nice and smooth. but im just a beginner what do i know right? hehehe...
It's a loud guitar, a very thick and powerful sound. Dark and warm because of the fact it's mahogany but even though it's got such a thick neck and body it still can get some nice bright tones out of it. Tuning and string TYPE (not gauge) matter big time. I bought it, used it. But the fretting could be better; not a big deal, I can fix it in a day or two. The neck is re-enforced with good material to prevent the neck from breaking if you drop the guitar. Sturdy in that way. Believe it or not I didn't like this guitar at first but it really grew on me. Other than the really thick neck which is great for low tunings and very thick body. But I will get used to it in some days.
I was looking after Yamaha Tyros line for quite a while but it was always way over my budget... Then I found Yamaha PSR-S970 and was blown away with it's features and quality of the instruments. It's absolutely unbelievable sounding machine and it comes from someone who owns Yamana XF8 - which is also beast but for different purpose. Bottom line - if you have money buy it, if you don't have money take a loan and buy it, if you can't take loan sell something and buy it! This instrument is like getting a mouth and tongue after being mute for a while - it let's you express yourself musically in a ways that are impossible without it. Congratulating Yamaha on job well done. And thank you to Music shack for top notch service as always.
The four knob setup makes it very versatile and the pickups give a nice warm sounding. It does go muddy a litte sometimes, but its realyl worth it. Its a little neck heavy too, but you can fix that with a leather strap so it don't slide. Beautiful finish, lightweight for the most part, cant really go wrong with one. Cons: Neck heavy. Muddy pickups. Shit stock wiring. Pros: Easy to fix said wiring, after which the tone range is much better, it is quieter, and it just sounds better. It has a very comfortable neck (personal). The neck satins up nicely with steel wool (very nicely in fact). For the price, it is brilliant.
This pedal can push more gain than even the deathiest of metallers would want, and with the gain rolled off you can get some seriously good overdrive tones. The mid switch is pretty key to the tone of this pedal, I'd say the switch off is good for a rhythm tone and it's a better lead tone with it on. The fact that it has a Tone knob and then a pot completely dedicated to the bass is genius. So many people these days are rocking lunchbox amps loaded with EL84's and 6V6 power tubes that can't quite push the bass without having to dime it on the EQ, and this pedal definitely helps. True tube distortion, great tube tone and killer looks round out yet another perfect pedal from the Vox Tone Garage.
I have it in bridge position in Les Paul Custom, and sounds incredibly good. Now, 81 is in the neck position and it seems to me sound is more balanced (85 adds some bass to the bridge, 81 takes some bass from the neck). Anyway, it's much better then 81 in the bridge, in my opinion (depends on the style you're playing).
My cousin recommended this guitar to me, and I must say, it is quite nice.Personally, I play all sorts of acoustic rock. Slow, fast, you name it. This Yamaha has tried everything. The sound is fairly pure, but the individual notes tend to get mixed together a bit. This one is definitely good for the strumming, campfire sing-alongs, but when played live it is, well, half-decent. For songs that require alot of picking, this guitar might not be quite what you're after, but not too bad. It suits me and my style perfectly. When you add on a capo, it responds perfectly, and sounds sweet
I have this amp exactly and i am not impressed with the distortion that is built in. The clean sound is great though. To get real good overdrive or distortion i use a Digitech RP-155 - that does the job. The nice thing is that it has a CD input and a headphone one as well. Overall, i rate it 8.5/10. Great amp
The pedal adds noise and always sounds great. I use this to achieve jazz tones, grindy metal, warm and smooth, and funky slap and pop sounds. This thing does it all! The pedal works well, and does what it's supposed to. The recommended settings work well, and I'm able to achieve my own sound easily. The volume control is very handy if you need to boost the volume for a particular song, or to do the opposite.
this guitar is your legitimate versatile guitar! I have no complaints about the set up as purchased. No flaws that I can see, nothing loose, stays in tune really well (I don't use the tremolo). The factory plastic they put over the pick guard was not easy to peel off (some is stuck under the tone knobs but cannot be seen without a close look) But it's pretty Standard beginner guitar, I don't recommend this to any longtime players unless you want to own every guitar in the world.
It will withstand live playing and the hardware seem like it will last. The finish is good enough to last, and it doesn't seem thin and easy to wear off with lots of playing so its good to hand it over to a child. Advantages: cheap, good quality, ok ok frets, good for its price. Disadvantages: the pickup isn't the best.
sounds alright, if you plan to keep it for a while you need to buy new humbuckers, these aren't that good... good guitar to start out with... if you've been playin for more than a couple of years go for a gibson or a schecter or maybe a fender... It is good for a clean tone, but with these stock pickups the added distortion isn't too fancy. overall it's alright.
I couldn't tell you. I'm pretty impressed with the IV. It's better than what I expected. I play everything from Cream to Kiss to Pantera and it all sounds good. It has a noise-gate and a gain switch.Recorded the Insane channel direct into Cubase, hit it with some VST effects and the bad sounded great.
This is a good amp, I own it along with many other considerably large amps, and I have found its tone very good, taking into account its size and price etc.This is a good PRACTICE amp, not a gigging amp.
i bought this guitar because of the incredible price and i was in desperate need of a back up guitar. this guitar is incredible for its price. Pickup is about to be changed because i'm going to put emgs on it and possibly install a licensed Floyd rose on it once i have money to throw around. but hey its my opinion and i believe with a little tweaking this guitar will be beyond amazing. it will sit perfectly fine with my ibanez rg350dx and my future razorback! hell yeah!
If you're a pianist who is uncomfortable with smaller keys, this may not be for you. It's definitely not a performance-oriented device for the serious pianist, but of course you wouldn't be looking at a 32-key keyboard for that anyway. It's the same width as my extended computer keyboard. I found myself having to constantly use the octave up and octave down keys. The extra 5th helps eliminate this, but the smaller keys keep the unit compact. Its lightweight and easy to store
This was my first drum set, took me a little while to tune it, but now it sounds great, the cymbals will be good for a beginner, but need to be upgraded whenever you have the money, the crash sounds well, the crash/ride is okay, not as good as I was expecting, but everything else is fantastic... I will recommend this.
Yamaha has always been synonymous with quality when it comes to musical instruments. This kit didn't disappoint. The well constructed wood shells, tight outer shell wraps, quality metal hoops, and the heavy duty ball-socket tom mounts make it difficult for me to limit the description of this kit to merely being a "starter kit".
Great piano-like feel to the keys, and a great value considering its overall flexibility and features. The keyboard feel is surprisingly good for the price point, my main concern. It handles trills well, which is the real acid test. I'd like a few more velocity-curve choices and the programming setup is spartan, though serviceable. The build isn't one you'd rely on for a front-line keyboard, but as a home studio tool or a back-up when playing out, it has great bang-for-buck factor going.
I began playing it right out of the box. After 2 hours...I was impressed at the sound quality and versatility. My keyboard came with an AC adapter. When I purchased it, we were not sure if it came with an AC adapter or not. So I bought one. Now I have a spare AC adapter for this keyboard. I am not a keyboard player, but I can make impressive sounds come out of this thing!
Love this digital piano, it has the feel and sound of an expensive grand piano not to mention the other sounds that are included. This is my second Yamaha digital keyboard, I still have my first Yamaha 61 key and this is an upgrade. I've tried all the others and this is the best quality and value. Yamaha makes great keyboards.
I tried out this guitar only for 2 hours, so I may not be an expert while I try to review. Anyways the clean sound was amazing, and overdrive too, and I played a lot of metal with it. I'm afraid the clean sound isn't so great because it's more for the metal type. Or am I wrong?
I have tried gigging with this amp before, though I had to wire it to the PA system to reach the end of the room. The speakers are top quality and it is covered by a chromed grille which is a nice touch. The casing is pretty hardy and I don't think breakage will be much of an issue. It also come with a handy strap which you can attach to the sides of the amp so as to carry it easily from venue to venue. Overall, this amp is suitable for many styles of music, and is great for beginners or buskers looking for a cheap amp with lots of hardware. I've been playing with it for a few months now and it still seems like new. It's also great for recording and for practicing with your mates.
I have this amp about one year and I mostly agree with what is said in the review. It's the beginner's best choice - small enough for home practice, but still with enough power to play with band, reliable, endurable. The only thing I didn't like was the drive channel. And by the way, I threw mine at the floor. Still works, like... not a scratch, if anything i think there might be LESS feedback than before. (I have a very short temper, got angry, and threw it at a concrete floor). Its a good amp, recommend it. \m/
The squier is a great guitar for beginners but the fender stratocaster owns all guitars. I'm 39, played since I was 8, say no more, I've tried them all. It's a Squier Stratocater Standard made in Indonesia,it's a dark sunburst color, looks very 60's. My thoughts? What the hell happened man!?? I bought this to put a Seymour Duncan kit to put in it. It really becomes the cheap Fender you've been looking for, yes, with THAT sound. I've yet to try a Fender that sounds so Fendery. This is the one, it's got so much attitude it's not even funny. This is a treasure, a find if you will, don't tell anyone, buy and laugh all the way
I was interested in this keyboard because I just wanted a plain piano sound, not chords, no percussion. The name Yamaha on it, made the difference. The piano sound is great, really sounds very well, and even though it hasn't a hammer action, the keys respond perfectly. The fact that it works with AC power or AA batteries, makes it very portable. If you think this is too simple, it is not. Purchase this keyboard without hesitation, you will be surprised. For learning or performing, you will like this one!
I'm a casual user. Wanted to upgrade and purchased this after reading glowing professional reviews and seeing demos on youtube. I'm learning how to use the features. They are more than I need now, but it's everything I could need in the future.Until such time as Casio makes tutorial videos available,it may be quite some time,before I ever do any recording on it :( The item arrived a day earlier than I expected and was packaged beautifully.
I prefer a brighter sounding piano for live playing as it tends to cut through the mix a bit better. I don't have any real complaints. Sounds are a matter of opinion anyhow. The 61 key has a decent feel for what it is, it's not sloppy, of course if you are wanting weighted or semi-weighted keys you won't find that on this board. I do find myself digging into the keys more often than not to activate the after touch- which is awesome. I wish that Yamaha would built these with a choice of black - it looks so much more professional on stage. There are several buttons; one for acoustic guitar and one for electric guitar as well as separate buttons for Organ World and Ensemble. I think there is promise with the Organ. Yamaha still has it's work to cut out on the Leslie (rotor) effect. Perhaps with a little tweaking I can alter the tone to my liking. By-the-way, there is a lot of tweaking available in this beast. I only use the built in Styles for goofing around. There are many users however that will find or build a style that is a close approximation to the song they wish to perform. I prefer the MIDI way. Again, both have their merits and not. My biggest complaint is that Yamaha is still extremely weak on American Rock styles. The Blues styles are improving. The general Country styles are fairly decent. There are still far too many polkas and I am like...really??? They are good styles, just not my cup of tea.
Well it's a Boss, so only 4 knobs (effect level, feedback time, delay time and delay mode) to fiddle with. But with only 4 knobs it still does its job, it's just the process of fiddlin' and twiddlin' till you get the desired effect. This thing is a tank and has the usual 1/8 inch metal housing and rubber non-slip bottom.Try hooking this thing up to 2 amps using the direct out. I dont know what took me so long to do this, but it is definetely the coolest part of this effect.
really like the amp models, especially when you think of them as gain stages with different damping. The warm clean is huge fat, the bright clean gets that overdrive bite, and the OD is great for metal. I don't use the amp that much, but when I do, I wonder why I don't. hehehehe...
I have this guitar and I have to say it was very convenient during my travels in the U.K, Australia and New Zealand. Airlines accept it as carry on luggage and the "gig bag" has enough room to throw in things you might want as carry on anyways. (i.e.: Book, Ipod, camera, change of clothes, meds, etc.) If you are going to travel for a while staying in hostels (as in dorms not hotels) and campgrounds, and want to be able to practice, this is exactly what this guitar was designed for. It sounds especially nice when playing finger picking styles. The only limitations are that the low strings sound pretty shallow when played hard and it is very hard to play unless standing up using the strap. (Because you can't just rest it on your thigh like a normal guitar). Also, customs officials will ALWAYS ask you what it is?
Excellent practice amp, but be warned that it's not an All-Tube Signal Path. Some pretty obvious clipping diodes in the schematic. Only way a 1-watt amp can have as much gain as the HT-1 does. Therefore it's actually a hybrid. Just a particularly... odd type of hybrid. The HT-5 does the same to a certain degree. A good little tone machine for heavy rock players for next to nothing. Nice full cleans, you can really push the tubes on the clean channel for a nice real crunchy overdrive. The distortion channel also gets nice and heavy so it can do classic metal and thrash metal nicely. The materials, feel and look of it all suggest solid quality. Better than you'd expect for the money, and the thing's heavier than it looks. So yeah in short... need a practice amp to rock, but sick of all the digital stuff? Want something that sounds natural and has it's own unique tone? Then it's worth.
I have been a musician, singer, and a sound man for more than 25 years and have worked with many different microphones over the years. The issue I had with my other microphone is that it was picking up my conversation from several feet away. I bought the Sennheiser for the more natural sound that it produces. Immediately I could tell a difference in the clarity and quality of the sound. The sound is not as hollow sounding and it is much more clear. And I no longer have the problem with the microphone picking up my conversation with other team members from 4 feet away. This is and awesome microphone and has been a great buy for me.
Casio and Yamaha are two of the biggest brands in the digital keyboard industry. Once seen as simply a manufacturer that makes piano or keyboard “toys,” they have become a serious competitor with Yamaha, who has been creating instruments for over a century and that is really impressive, atleast for me. Anyways, This is a good keys for the money u r paying. Best wishes. - Sudesh
The screen is bright and easy to read with multiple modes for your choosing, it is a very good build quality. The only downside (which isn't all that severe) Is the plastic cover. It should have been of SS.
Made out of good quality materials, and is more suited to intermediate players. Before this one, I had a Squier strat. The first thing i noticed was how much easier it was to play, it's a lot lighter, smaller and sounds lovely with the humbuckers plus the the black finish is just great, it doesn't look that good in the image but in normal light it looks fantastic!. But again; a good guitar doesn't make a better player, but a good player can make even a worst guitar sound good.
I am just a novice at drums. I wasn't looking for these until I found them at a great price. The pedals were easy to setup and added a little more pop to the bass drum. I am very pleased with this purchase and believe everyone else would benefit from these pedals. Excellent set of pedals. Highly adjustable. Feels solid. As good as some higher priced models of any brand.
t's the most "user-friendly" guitar in the world! Full sound, great action and excellent construction. It holds it's tune remarkably well. Of all my guitars this is my favorite! Everyone who I allow to play it,is simply amazed. I'm quite surprised more people dont own this guitar! I love this guitar. I play everything from Jazz to Metal, and it fits my style perfectly. I love a bright sound on acoustic guitars, and this one has it nailed. It has nice bright trebles, but the bass is there, so it sounds full. This guitar really helps my sound. I used to love electric but this guitar has turned me to the direction of picking bluegrass and anything with a good Acoustic ring. It has a rich and ringing sound to it; With a certain tune, it could bring a manly tear to your eyes! The variety really just is anything involving Acoustic as far as that goes.
The amp is really heavy for its size, but it's mainly because it is very resistant. The thick wood is covered by the leather finish (I suppose it is synthetic), also the handle is made of leather and wont break. The controls are on top so its easier to change your settings ant also save space. The amp is not distorted even if you max out the volume when playing on clean. The distortion can get really heavy but if you're playing metal you may want to get external distortions.
I play manly electric guitar, have 1 Strat, 1 Tele and 1 Epiphone Dot. But I was looking for a low budget acoustic guitar for traveling and playing without worrying too much so I guess I found the perfect match. It's a good guitar for a acoustic jam with friends and it has that classic look you can't resist.
Solid guitar. Obviously not for pros or to take to a live show. Best beginner guitar for the price that I've ever had my hands on. Strap buttons feel solid, the scratch pad takes some getting used to as its all humbuckers / pickups... Guessing that's why the sound that comes out of this thing is so impressive. I would say its dependable, I haven't had it for very long but I haven't noticed anything that concerns me about it.
his guitar is very good and I would recommend it to anyone who wants a good solid guitar that's great for practicing or rehearsing. If it were stolen or it broke I would definitley get another. The only thing I could say I wish it had would be better pickups. Other than that It's awesome. Action was really nice. As I mentioned, the guitar plays really well. The finish, ultimately, isn't going to hold up in the long run, but that also depends on where you play, how often you play, etc. This guitar will probably turn into a decent looking relic on it's own.
I bought this years ago. I mean more than 5-6 years ago and it seams that this mic is still one of the must have models for anyone doing anything that requires microphones at all. As I am not a professional or too experienced with mic settings, it does peak quite a bit, but then again I am screaming into this thing without properly tweaking it on my interface (again, I am not too experienced).
My own impression is for people who like to play metal, punk, blues, or just choosing your own different path as a guitarist this is your guitar. The thing I love most about this guitar is the action and the double Humbucking feature sounds great when playing metal or hardcore punk. I suggest You go and try it out if it's not your thing fine but if You like the sound, it's worth it, it's a very affordable price and I personally love the sound.
We purchased three of these mics about 12 years ago and have put them through heavy serevice doing live performances. When one finally died, it was a no brainer to replace it with the same product. You can't go wrong with these tried and true vocal mics. The clarity and range are exceptional. Try them, you won't be disappointed, especially for the price.
I hit pretty hard and usually the cymbals I buy dent within a week. Well not this one, I've been hitting it very hard for the past couple days and not one single dent. It is very sturdy and gives you and pretty nice crash sound. Anyone with a fairly tight budget should get this, its worth the price definitely.
Best Bang for your buck if your on a tight budget & want A REAL HIGH QUALITY AUDIO INTERFACE FOR RECORDING YOURSELF, and TECHNICALLY YOU COULD SLOWLY RECORD A WHOLE BAND BY doing multiple sessions & name & save everyone in the groups' audio tracks as separate tracks then LAYER THEM IN TO YOUR FINAL PRODUCT IF YOU R ON A REALLY TIGHT BUDGET! YOU STILL GET AMAZING AWARD WINNING PRE-AMPS AS IN OTHER SCARLETT'S BY FOCUSRITE & IT IS BOTH WINDOWS & MAC COMPATIBLE SO YOU CAN USE THIS AMAZING DEVICE ON WHATEVER PLATFORM YOU PREFER! IT HAS AT LEAST 2 INS (THAT U CAN ONLY USE 1 OF THEM AT A TIME HENCE THE NAME SOLO, BUT YOU GET THE HEADPHONE OUT & MONITOR OPTION, AND AN INSTRUMENT IN & AN XLR MIC CABLE IN/ XLR IN FOR XLR INSTRUMENTS TOO OBVIOUSLY , plus you get tons of great VIRTUAL INSTRUMENTS & DAW SOFTWARE PLUG-INNS THAT COST WAY MORE THAN THE ASKING PRICE OF THIS DEVICE ALONE INCLUDING THE scarlett focusrite suite SOFTWARE TOO! WHAT ELSE DO WE NEED!!!
Keyboard players are often confronted with the dilemma of sending multiple signals to the board. Most modern keyboards are stereo. 1/4" cables have too much signal loss for much over a few feet. The MG06X is the solution. Small compact and with stereo XLR outputs. I call it my powered DI box. It allows me to sent all out put of my instruments and vocals with no signal loss while retaining control of all my levels including vocals. Nice sound, great price, great size, the power cord could have been longer/sturdier. I've tested it and it functions well and is simple enough.
Although I am a beginner, I found this piece pretty comfortable, with preloaded melodies and much needed variations. The keys are very soft like professional keyboard. One can either use it with batteries or with the adapter. GOOD for the starters!!!
I have been playing for 30+ years, own three great tube amps and have a happy trail of about 10 amps in my history. I used to be a "tubes or nothing" guy, but the Mustang III changed that. I haven't even turned one of my tube amps on since getting my Mustang III. It can get LOUD ... every bit as loud as either of my 100W tube amps. But it sounds just as good at bedroom volumes as it does cranked, and my tube amps just don't. It has plenty of power for any gig you're likely to throw at it, it is small and light weight, it is now my go-to amp! I know it has great effects, but I am a pedal board guy. It takes pedals very well. Fuse any software and it is amazing. Get in there and fiddle with the bias, sag and speaker emulation controls and be amazed! It has an EXCELLENT high-efficiency Celestion speaker in it, and most of my presets have the speaker emulation turned OFF. I do a lot of recording over jam tracks for my blues forum. The USB out and Audacity make that super-easy. Anyone who has gigged with a modeling amp knows that there is no such thing as a preset that is going to sound great at any venue you're likely to play ... the rooms change and your preset has to be tweaked accordingly. With the Mustang this is not a problem because after choosing a preset, the knobs on the amp can be used to easily and quickly tweak it just the same as on a tube amp. My humble opinion is that the Mustang III is the best bang for the buck in the entire world of guitar amps. Period!
My Teacher suggested me to buy any fender bass, so I decided to buy this one. It has a kind of expensive price tag but the discount was much more than any other instrument website, and its expensive so naturally its built to last longer and sound better. (I am not ear trained yet) The only thing is that it has one pickup. Most of the bass guitars I have seen has 2 or 3 pickups.
a nice metallic sound to the bass, that one can tweak with the controls for the most part solid construction, quality construction, I wanted a Peavey millinenum bass & but settled for this one. The manner that the neck is attched to the body was better than expcted. Years ago a guitar like this would have cost thousands of Rupees more.
I was amazed when I opened the box & saw it. It looks as good as a "high end" guitar. The sound is loud & smooth. My only problem was a couple of fret burrs which was a 2 minute job to fix. I tightened the neck 1/2 a round & put a set of new strings on it. WOW! I have 2 Ibanez guitars & am quite fond of both. Ibanez is an astounding mfg.co. Try one!
good-feeling, good-sounding electric guitar but has SG body It doesnt has SG tone atall! So People who are in the impression that you can somehow manage to get that without spending a lot are going in a wrong direction.
I play mostly rock, especially hard rock on this guitar. It fits perfectly. If this guitar was stolen I would probably save money and buy a more expensive Epiphone for a more versatile, clearer sound, but if I could only buy guitars under 25,000 rs. This would be my top pick, easily. I compared this guitar to a Squier and this one won hands down. I love its hard, heavy sound, its thin neck and lighter body weight, its beautiful finish, and its definitive classic Les Paul appearance. I do wish it had a ROBOT self-tuning system, but then I would be spending several thousand dollars on a Gibson, so I'm fine that it doesn't. Overall, I am very pleased with this guitar. It could be priced for many thousands more, as it is quite high quality.
When the guitar came home it was more or less perfect except for slightly heighted pickup which is understandable. The action is perfect for fast/ slowing without fret-buzz and sound. Another thing is the end on the pickup switcher is that it's slightly loose but I've heard it's like that on all of GRG series. As long as you don't change pickups like an animal it won't come off.
The diference between this guitar and my old Squier Bullet is _HUGE_. The wood feels worth the money and that it will last, the strings are more held in place, I mean, are more still (can't explain it very well), the neck is much more smooth to play, and the bridge is awesome. Also the pickups really capture a metal hardcore sound =).
This guitar is nice; loud and rings like a bell. I have tried other brands and even some of the more expensive guitars but didn't match up to this one. Sound wise, I think this guitar will hold its own. Feels great, sounds great, plays great. Just clean, restring, tweak and go!!!!
I didn't want to buy a throw-away set, yet wanted something quality that a budding musician like me could grow into without breaking the bank. I took the advice of other reviewers and added upgraded heads (snare, kick, toms) along with the purchase. Glad I did. The cymbals are not brass, but sound great and can always be upgraded later. Quality hardware, full-sound, look and feel great. I can tell this set will be versatile for growth and will hold up for years to come!
HSS!!!!! THE GUITAR OF PROG METAL~ SO MUCH METAL!!!!! /m/ I am playing Painkiller on this killer guitar!
surprise someone greatly with this as a gift. I did! My wife has gone crazy playing this Casio. Our kids like it too. My elder sister also wants to learn to play Casio now. Its like a puppy at home; got us all together.
I love yamaha, I also have yamaha bike. I love it as a brand. They make wonderful and durable things.
I've been working to familiarize myself with the keyboard for Sunday services this weekend, and am genuinely excited over how this wonderful keyboard will bless the people at Church. I've been playing for over 3 years now and am thoroughly excited. Features are ,easily accessible, and the sound characteristics are phenomenal.
Bought this for one of my student. I liked it so much in the first strum. Brilliant sound. I know investing in Ibanez is always good.
it is the best amplifier for the upcoming guitarists. If you are buying an amplifier to practice at home and perform sometimes in a small gatherings this amp is made for you. It has a variety of tones that you can almost match with most of the heavy metals and rock songs. Also if you want to pursue playing guitar as a hobby for then i personally recommend this amp.
the guitar plays well and sounds very good for such an inexpensive guitar. Have not really used plugged in but will reserve judgement on their electronics-- nothing to adjust, just a plug in. Neck is straight frets level. Deep rich tone. liked it.
I have Played 6 string guitar for a while now, so I decided I wanted to try something new so I purchased this guitar. I am pleased with it, and it is fun to play. the only thing wrong is a little fret buzz on 2nd fret but it can be fixed. but overall, an excellent guitar!
Never heard of this name before so I gave a call on their number; Frankly saying in 15 minutes conversation I learnt a lot about classical guitars. These guys know what they are selling and really have expertise. Thanks to their friendly service; I took a good decision to buy this guitar and its good for the price I paid.
What a guitar! I really thought that it was an odd shape for the guitar. But again I thought that may be it will sound absolutely unique compared with others. The price isnt that huge as an investment either, so I decided to lets take a risk and buy it and it was definitely worth it. Its really good. It was worth buying.
I gig constantly on a monthly basis and this Boss OD3 has proven itself to be the most versatile,transparent,tone-full,spongy feel,everything for a solid state pedal! Weather its use for metal,hard rock, ,twang rock,,blues,etc... and of course that is with consideration of how hot your Bridge pick ups are! anyways its definitely a must have and you will not be sorry.
I was searching for a durable, rock-solid practice guitar, and I came to this. Buying it because Ibanez always has amazing price. If you are a musician of any sort, this guitar will work for you. Even if you are just starting out, this guitar can take a beating. When Ibanez is good, they are second to none.
I have been a weekend warrior for over 30 years and have played many different guitars in that time. A few years ago I recommended this guitar to one of my young beginning guitar students. When I got to play it after they purchased it I was surprised at how well it played and how nice it looked. Now, after two years of use who probably doesn't take the best care of a guitar, I'm amazed that it still looks great, sounds great and plays great. Even more, it stays in tune. I highly recommend this guitar to anyone looking for a starter or intermediate guitar. Sure it would make a great practice guitar for an experienced player who doesn't want their expensive acoustic sitting around the house.
I feel that this guitar plays very well. Some acoustics can be quite fatiguing to the fingers, but I can play this one for a long time with no trouble. It does seem quite ergonomic and comfortable. There is no cut-out, so access to the top frets is a little bit troublesome, but honestly they don't get used all that much so it's not a big deal. The overall sound of this guitar is good. I've played many acoustic guitars. The guitar is not that expensive,so it certainly is a good value for a beginner guitarist, or someone looking to just have additional options for guitars.
This is a fantastic instrument! I own a bunch of guitars and nothing compares to this. Out of the box it came set up and ready to go. The pickups are active and they are right in between the strongest passive and EMG's. I was weary about the pickups being to hot, as I tend to alternate between blues and metal but the bridge pup is excellent! Real bluesy stuff from King to Clapton to ACDC to Slipknot all at the change of your distortion settings. A must have!!!
I purchased this guitar a few days ago and instantly fell in love with it, I've just began playing acoustic after playing electric for about 3 years, its so easy to play with the Nice D shaped neck, the response to playing quietly and loudly in unbelievable, mellow when played quietly then really twangy when played louder, not sure about all the specs because I only recently bought it, but its definitely worth the money.
The Tonelab ST is an incredible piece of equipment, and I am kicking myself for not getting one way sooner. The effects are top notch, and the amp modeling is dead on. The tones are incredible, helped big time by the tube pre. This is perfect for recording, and the usb capability is essential for me as I can use headphones and still record at any hour of the night without disturbing the family!! The tones of this thing are absolutely amazing, and really sing!!! I play on top of the line guitars and amps, and the Tonelab ST was the final missing element to the sound I have been searching for for decades. I highly recommend getting this if you are curious!! You will NOT be disappointed!! The possibilties are endless and the sound...Wow!!!!!
Like all the Native Instruments gear in my arsenal, it's simple to plug-and-play. I unboxed it, plugged in the USB, fired up Traktor and was mixing right away. This mixer works flawlessly. The knobs are solid and turn smoothly, while the crossfader glides easily and quickly. There are not a lot of controls to mess with on this mixer, but that's one of the things that I like most about it: start-stop tracks, cue, mix, EQ, and that's pretty much it! Another solid piece of equipment from Native Instruments, definitely glad that I picked one up.
I own many dirt pedals but this is the only on that is versatile without breaking the bank. I will give this more than 5 stars.
I got this pack a wile back. The sound is not the greatest like a A coustom of somthing. The hi-hats have that nice sizzle to them. The ride has a good bell. The crash is a little to high pitched, but for this price you cant go wrong.
Lefty guitars are hard to come by so I bought this one without seeing or playing it first. It's a very nice guitar especially for the price! It's an entry level guitar but sounds good and looks very nice. Quality build.
The mouthpiece that came with this sax is really good for that transition, it has a small tip opening and has a good sound. A very good mpc. for a beginner or someone like me that only plays soprano occasionally. I purchased a more open mpc. and will work myself into it as I progress. Anyway, I was surprised. It had heft, looked good with no glaring and played good right out of the case with no adjustments.
The SM58 is a great, all purpose mic. Its still a good idea to try a specific mic out for your own voice, but an SM58 is the "go to" all purpose mic for live purposes. Don't think there is a more durable mic anywhere and the tone is something you can always count on to be the same in all SM58's. Pleased with my purchase.
This amp is capable of performing as a makeshift small PA system and handles microphone work well. It works acceptably as an acoustic guitar amp, a solo singer like me, with an electro acoustic could probably make good use of this in a small venue.
Comfortable for smaller players. Surprising projection and volume. I got it for my child. She is really liking it.
I am astounded by the clarity, the speed, the lack of latency, the ease at which this device operates, the versatility, the beauty of the box. The simplicity. Literaly this device for a songwriter, arranger, composer, home stuido musician and others. There is an elation when I know that I can produce/output from the very simplist of tracks to very complex tracks.The actual installation of the device took less than ten minutes because you are required to go Focusrite website to download the correct driver(most up to date for your system-no issues with this) Focusrite has got it right! Though I am using several other low budget DAWs(Sony Acid Studio 10, Cakewalk(old version), energyXT2, Stuio One 3, and now ProTools|First, Ableton Live Lite) ALL of which work fine with the Focusrite box. No problems recognizing it all. The Focusrite Audio Box is constructed well with the nice RED color flamboyantly resting on my CPU box. I just cannot overstate the CLARITY of recordings. If you sing or play well, it will capture that. If you sing or play bad, it will capture that too! LOL.
Just one thing to say about this guitar, AMAZING! Great price also. Needed improvement and getting used to in the beginning because it was new to me and it has a larger neck then my old Squire. But it just helped me improve so much. Been playing lots of Green Day, and Linkin Park. Both are my favorite bands. Great guitar for a person trying to find a good price for a great guitar!
I was was to be in Pune for a few months and wanted a practice bass.The price is good for Yamaha reputation. When I began working with it I was pleasantly surprised how smooth and with very fine tones. My intentions were to leave it in Pune for my next returns. But I like it so much I returned home with it. Just overall comfortable bass. Electronics are fantastic as well.
Yes. Its nice. I was planning to buy this guitar since 1 month, and 3 days before I finally bought it. Nice tone, good volume. Brightness is nice. Overall its a good guitar. Worth buying.
This was exactly what I was looking for. It is convenient to use and has great sound. Wish we had something like this years ago. I also wanted something if I have a karaoke party. A colleague recommended me to buy this, Let me recommend it to you!
Great kit, although took a little while to put together however a well priced kit, excellent value. Lovely. My wife and kids liked it too.
I chose it over the 2300 because it has touch response. Keys has piano style and feel pretty good despite being plastic. I would recommend this keyboard to any one really because You get its options mostly in keyboards costing twice as much... Its awesome and great for practice.
For an aspiring artist, songwriter, and DJ on a budget this is a must have! it works perfectly fine for my music. Its professional sounding. A sure shot recommendation for guys who like their stuff portable
This is my first pedal, never tried any pedals before. But after 17 years of guitar playing I finally understood why this pedal fuss is all about, And I am 100% supportive for Pedals when compared with processors. It definitely provides a rich distortion with lots of sustain. I wish it was a tad less compressed sounding, with a bit more bite, but overall it’s a good sounding pedal that offers warm and modern-sounding distortion.
Is 10 Watts enuf to play hendrix? NO! But this baby sounds sweet... I got it yesterday. I took a day off to play this amp, It really goes great with fender Strat. And its worth too.
I never owned any Sterling bass b4 nor with Satin finish. bridge humbucker is the best thing for punchy tight sound. This Guitar is the rock beast! \m/
I love ukulele! I got this as a gift and I totally fell in love with this! Strings are soft and its music is so melodic.
Manuel Rodriguez guitars always surprise me with beautiful sound and fab looks. The throw to sound is brilliant and overtones are simply Amazing.
This guitar is awesome. Brilliant Sound and excellent finish. Plays smooth and looks sharp as well! nice one indeed...
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