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User Reviews: Fender TC-90 Thinline Vintage White TC90
This is a fantastic guitar. The combination of the the thinline hollowbody and the P-90's make for an incomparably sonorous tone. The adjustomatic bridge and the set neck give it a great feel and smoooooth action. I have a bevy of Fenders and Gibsons -- this one combines some of the best attributes of both and it is without a doubt a worthy addition. It is a joy to play.
User Reviews Fender Eric Johnson Strat Candy Apple Red
What can I say...AWESOME guitar! Great player...great tone! I have two American Deluxe Strats...this BLOWS them away! And this praise coming from a Gibson man! Neck is awesome...great, great player! I'm looking forward to gigging with the excellent instrument! Kudos Fender!!
User Reviews: Moog Etherwave Theremin
The theremin is solidly and professionally constructed with strong fittings and it looks a quality item. From the word go it was easy to get all the weird and wonderful effects you know is going to be possible but getting a tune out of the instrument is considerably tougher. After a few hours of work and real focus on keeping my body still(ish) whilst moving my hands around I was able to articulate simple tunes. The trick is to practice pitching one note to the next and to get used to the physical distance in relation to the desired musical interval.
User Reviews: Godin Montreal Natural with Gig Bag
WOW -- I just received my Montreal a couple of days ago, and it exceeds all of my expectations. I've had Fenders, Gibsons, Martins, Ovations, and others, and this guitar easily matches and/or surpasses any of them in sound, quality, playability, and just plain beauty. Sound: The Montreal, though billed as a jazz/blues guitar, plays rock with the sustain of a Les Paul and the sheer, nasty punchy-crunch of my old SG -- and also sounds sweet clean. The variety of tones seems to be endless, and the pickups are extra-hot.
User Reviews: Casio AP38 Digital Piano
WOW!! What a spectacular instrument! Ordered it on a Monday and it arrived in San Diego on a Friday. Going from a cruddy out-of-tune rental piano to this was a breath of fresh air. Very easy to assemble. Be sure to have 2 people to lift the piano onto the stand. My son loves this instrument and it makes him want to practice because he can use different voices. He can also record himself and play back what he just played. We all like hearing the demos and the music library. We'll soon be hooking it up to the computer to take advantage of the MIDI features. Fantastic sound. There's not a think I don't like about it!
User Reviews: Casio WK3300
This risk-free investment is loads of fun I am one ecstatic customer! Even my professional music friends are impressed with the diversified features of this instrument. Best of all, this keyboard sounds INCREDIBLE. On the fence? BUY IT!
User Reviews: Samson Resolv 40A Studio Monitors Pair
I was a manufacturer's rep for pro audio lines for 9 years own a studio am an audiophile. I bought these to play music from my laptop you get what you pay for, they are a lot for what little you pay, but they don't really work. Their problem is that they try to reproduce too low of frequencies its amp goes into heavy protection, which sounds terrible. Some protection circuits are designed to sound subtle when they go into protect, but that is not the case here, when these go into protect it ruins the experience.
User Reviews: Akai DPS24 Digital Recorder
The DPS24 is truly a pro-level machine, with 9 individual fader banks (108 total user faders) and full automation (faders, static, and FX), - there is almost no limit to what can be done on this unit. The sound quality is amazing, and we usually record at 24-bit, 44.1k! This professional level machine has an amazingly broad feature set. Certainly it is expected that learning such a complex machine takes a bit of time (just ask any Pro Tools power user!) For those who are impatient, or who may want to learn the features and shortcuts quicker, instructional videos are available from ww.wfstudios.ne
User Reviews: Martin D1 Guitar
First off, when you first pick up this Guitar,you won't beleive how light it is. The Woods Inside and Out are Flawless. I recommend using D'adarrio EXP Coated 80 20. Yes 80 20's. I've tried every string, over 12 years for this guitar and I find these are the best strings for it. It has a great sound, either as an Acoustic or When I plug it in with a Sound Hole Pick Up. The Neck is just right, not too big or not too small. I prefer the neck over the Taylor 310 I had. When I needed money, I sold the Taylor but kept the Martin. Look for a D-1 with the vintage finish... As a carpenters son I could say the Top is the best piece of Spruce I have ever seen on any Guitar hands down. It's a plain looking guitar, but sometimes plain is good. I would not give up this Guitar, just as Willie Nelson would never give up his Martin Nylon.
User Reviews: Martin D15 Guitar
I bought this guitar after playing everything my local shop had (about fifty acoustics). I went in for the HD28, left with this. Added ivory nut, saddle (one that also lowered the action some), bridge pins, and have an incredibly player-friendly instrument with a sound that cannot be beat, even against the $14000 DC Golden Era, for a fraction of the cost, even after buying the pieces and having them installed. It stays in tune like nothing else I ever played, as well. It's a Martin, solid wood, beautifully constructed, gorgeous, and just sounds better and better as time passes. For the money, you will not beat this guitar.
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