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Electric Guitars

Since being introduced in the early 1930's, the electric guitar has evolved to become one of the most important and most popular instruments in music. Some notable names in the guitar industry include Fender, Gibson, Ibanez, Gretsch and man...

Acoustic Guitars

Acoustic guitars are one of the most popular instruments in styles of music like rock, classical, jazz, bluegrass, blues, and even pop. Acoustic guitars are very unique because they do not require amplification. They produce sound acoustica...

Bass Guitars

Evolving from what used to be solely an upright instrument, the bass guitar has become a staple of modern music. In addition to holding down some rhythm, bass guitars drive the low end playing the root note of the music'c chord structure. ...

Amps

An amplifier, also known as an amp, is an or electronic device that boosts a low voltage signal and uses it to power it through speakers. Amplifiers not only boost a signal, but also have to do the difficult task of reproducing the quality ...

Keyboards and Synths

Keyboards are piano-like instruments with black and white keys. Keyboards can have synthesizers in them, but a synthesizer is more complicated than a keyboard. A synthesizer is a controller that tries to mimic the sounds of acoustic instrum...

DJ and Lighting

DJ and Lighting equipment is designed to be used in the party setting. This can be a home, or larger venue, such as a night club. Other than lighting, DJ equipment can consist of turntables, mixers, controllers, and other accessories....

Folk

The folk guitar is a smaller sized guitar that has a more balanced sound across the sound spectrum. Instead of projecting more mid-range and low-end frequencies like common acoustics, it will have a sound that is more evenly distributed acr...