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User Reviews: Squier M70 Black Electric Guitar
I enjoy it it gives a slight busing sound but i bought it used at a guitar store. It works well. Acctually i have questions about it how many people even have one.
User Reviews: Olympia OMC1CE
Man, does it sound great. For the money, I never expected to own a guitar with which you hear the wood more than the strings. My only problem is that even though I babied this thing from the get-go (perfect-fitting hardshell case, obsessively-filled humidifier, didn't play it all that much), It started to crack and buckle in on itself after six months. This being a budget guitar, I didn't expect it to last a lifetime, but I would at least expect a couple of years to go by before I have 3 8 action at the twelfth fret. I know this isn't a common experience, however. It's well worth the money - if it holds itself together.
User Reviews: JBL MP255S Subwoofer
Subs using 15s have a tighness that 18s lack. Don't know why, just is. The cabinet is remarkably light, rolls easily, covered nicely, easy to set up and use. AND IT THUMPS!! But you need a good 1000 watt amp to really drive right. Solid performance in clubs from 100-400. Gets people's feet moving. I want another pair for the outside gigs! I use MPro 415s on top. Crisp, fat sound. Down side?: Wooly covering is durable, but catches lint, and smoke, and drinks! Needs a front cover like the Cabaret series to prevent scratches in setup tear down. Pole receptacle broke, replaced with a steel one.
User Reviews: Yorkville A215S Adrenalin 800W Subwoofer
These subs are great. I've used them for a few gigs and they can take everything my CE4000 can throw at them. They sound good, really thump with nice tight bass (thanks to the dual 15 rather than single 18 ) The frequency response is good and the effiency is the best I've seen in this price range. They really match up to the tops nicely.
User Reviews: Arbor AD100 Dreadnought Guitar Natural
I was looking for a drag around guitar that could get banged up and not have me crying over lost value. I wanted an entry level guitar that still sounded good and played well. Boy! When I picked up the AD100 was I surprized. The playabilty surpasses my $1000.00 plus guitar.
User Reviews: Yamaha AS312 Stage Speakers
These are great for a lot of applications from Perfomances, Rehersals to LOUD 3way Speakers for a Recording Studio very impressive. 3way design allows for use without an external sub and you get a true balance sound from what ever audio source that you put through these great monitors.
User Reviews: Sigma DR41 Guitar
Probably the best kept secret in guitars. This Sigma feels, plays, and sounds like $2k+ Martin guitars but at a dirt cheap price. Rich bass, smooth silky tone, no tinny cheap sound like other guitars in the price range.
User Reviews: Roland FP5C Digital Piano
While Roland's professional grade XP series will allow you to adjust every nuance of sound and instrument to the nth degree, the problem is you have to master music, engineering, and composition to do it. Enter the Roland FP5
User Reviews: Holton H281 Farkas Double French Horn detachable bell
I used to play a Holton H279 which I had converted with a Lawson Ambronze bell. I thought that horn was the easiest I had ever played until I purchased the H281 with the Rose bell. This horn has the most beautiful sound quality of any horn I have ever played. My only complaint is that it has taken quite some time to break it in. But if you want a beautiful sound, this horn even has good sound in the lowest register. This will be the last horn I will ever buy.
User Review of Korg D16XD 16 Track Recorder
Great recording tool. Super editing tools and effects. Been using computer or multitrack tape machine. No comparison. I highly recommend. First two recordings some of the finest I ever made and I was just playing around. Time to get serious
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