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    1. Musician's Friend Standard Celluloid
    $9.99 list($19.95)
    2. Musician's Friend DT220 Guitar/Bass/Violin
    $14.99 list($29.95)
    3. Musician's Friend CT440 Chromatic
    $7.99 list($19.95)
    4. Pinnacle Guitar Stand
    $14.95 list($34.95)
    5. CA-30
    $1.99 list($4.95)
    6. Musician's Friend Easy Lock 2"
    $29.99 list($39.95)
    7. Musician's Friend Deluxe Dreadnought
    Too low to display list($139.99)
    8. Line 6 Guitar Port
    $4.99 list($19.99)
    9. Musician's Friend Cradle Guitar
    $1.99
    10. Dunlop Ergo Pickholder
    $9.99 list($18.96)
    11. Dunlop Trigger Curved Guitar Capo,
    $3.49 list($9.95)
    12. Martin M140 Bronze Wound Strings
    $10.77 list($17.99)
    13. String Swing Wood Guitar Wall
    $39.99 list($79.99)
    14. Drive CD100 Guitar Practice Amp
    $2.50 list($3.48)
    15. Dunlop Gel Picks, .60MM 1 Dozen
    $149.00 $137.36 list($179.99)
    16. M-Audio MobilePre USB Mobile Preamp
    $1.99 list($3.48)
    17. Dunlop L13P Lucky 13 Players Picks
    $8.99 list($19.99)
    18. Dura-Pro Guitar Stand
    $46.00 list($69.95)
    19. Intellitouch PT1 Tuner
    $3.99 list($8.25)
    20. Ernie Ball 2223 Nickel Super Slinky

    1. Musician's Friend Standard Celluloid Guitar Picks 1 Dozen, Black Pearl Medium
    by Musician's Friend
    list price: $6.99
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    Asin: B0002E376I
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Musician's Friend
    Sales Rank: 2
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    These durable picks will stand up to heavy play. Easy-to-grip shape and good looks. You can never have too many of these fantastic picks, so stock up today. Your guitar will love you for it and so will your fans. ... Read more

    Reviews (1)

    4-0 out of 5 stars These picks rock!!!
    Here is my poem called "These Picks Rock!!!"

    These picks rock
    And these picks roll
    These picks have funk
    These picks have soul

    I still have to buy
    A good guitar
    But me and my pick
    Can still go very far

    I wish I wasn't a
    Disappointment
    To my family
    But they say I have
    No feelings and no
    future, and when I
    stole all that money to
    support my "hobbies," I should
    have considered paying it back
    instead of giving my family
    the finger and telling them
    that I wouldn't come to the
    family reunion if my life
    depended on it.Now that
    I need that transplant...looks
    like my life does kinda depend
    on it.Oh well.

    These picks rule!
    These picks are cool.
    I don't mean to shock,
    But these...picks...rock!!! ... Read more


    2. Musician's Friend DT220 Guitar/Bass/Violin Tuner
    by Musician's Friend
    list price: $19.95
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    Asin: B0002E4YOM
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Musician's Friend
    Sales Rank: 3
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Compact enough to slip into your gig bag, with a large, high-precision LCD needle-type meter. High-sensitivity internal condenser mic for tuning acoustic guitars. 1/4" input for stage/silent tuning. Auto or manual tuning modes. ... Read more

    Features

    • Auto or manual tuning modes
    • 1/4" input for stage/silent tuning
    • Precise large LCD needle-type meter
    • Sensitive internal condenser mic

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great value!
    I'm using this tuner for a guitar with a pickup, so I don't have a need for the microphone, but I did verify that the microphone works. The tuner is very simple to use: Just play an open string, and it will automatically tell you how much off you are. It just works...

    4-0 out of 5 stars Neat, Simple Tuner
    I'm no expert on tuning, but I've been using this little tuner for my violin, and it seems to be excellent.It's easy to use, simple, gives understandable readings, and the microphone on it is very responsive.I would give it 5 stars, except for the case on it is a little poorly designed, and it's more difficult than it could be to change the batteries in it (though I've been using it for months and the batteries that came with it are still good), but this isn't much of a problem.Overall, it's a great, cheap tuner, if you prefer the kind that listens to you and gives you a reading -- which I think is the easiest kind to work with. ... Read more


    3. Musician's Friend CT440 Chromatic Tuner
    by Musician's Friend
    list price: $29.95
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    Asin: B0002E4YPQ
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Musician's Friend
    Sales Rank: 9
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Featuring auto and manual tuning modes, accuracy to within 0.5 cents, and pitch range calibration from 433-447Hz, it's a professional-quality tuner for an entry-level price. Tiny size, built-in condenser mic for acoustic tuning, 1/4" input jack for electrics, and LCD display make it perfect for all applications. ... Read more

    Features

    • Auto and manual tuning modes
    • Accuracy to within 0.5 cents
    • Pitch range calibration from 433-447Hz
    • Tiny size
    • Built-in condenser mic for acoustic tuning

    Reviews (4)

    1-0 out of 5 stars No documentation
    You better know how to use a chromatic tuner if you buy this because the "instruction" booklet doesn't bother to tell you. I've got red and green lights flashing at me--have no idea what all this means.

    5-0 out of 5 stars An entry level tuner
    I am a beginning guitar student and I have no idea how to tune a guitar.This little, easy to carry, easy to use device is invaluable.It's auto function is amazing, just play the note and it will automatically recognize what you're trying to do.For someone like me who doesn't want to spend valuable practice time reading manuals for their tuner this is the perfect device.The built in mic works perfectly.Can't beat the price.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Value
    This tuner is a great bargain. It works properly and efficiently, and works well for any type of instrument. The microphone is very sensitive, and even in a room of instruments warming up, I am able to tune my flute. (It also has a jack for guitar tuning.) Overall, this tuner is simply a great deal for the money spent.

    5-0 out of 5 stars great product, great new store on Amazon
    Let's face it, what you want in a tuner is something that's going to give you high accuracy in an easy-to-use manner. This is exactly what this tuner offers. I'm using it for both electric and acoustic guitars, and it works like a charm on both. It's got both automatic and manual tuning, but the auto tune is so accurate, it's all I use.

    I also want to say that I think it's wonderful that Amazon has teamed up with Musician's Friend. MF is a fantastic online store for everything a musician needs, with often much lower prices than any brick-and-mortar stores I've been in. I received my order just two days after I placed it, and the products are very high quality.

    So, there's my two cents. I guess you could pay more for a tuner with some bells and whistles, maybe a metronome, but you have to ask yourself how much you're really going to need all that. ... Read more


    4. Pinnacle Guitar Stand
    by Pinnacle
    list price: $19.95
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    Asin: B0002FOG12
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Pinnacle
    Sales Rank: 11
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    Product Description

    BEST SELLER! Folding tri-leg cradle guitar stand. Perfect fit for acoustic, electric and bass guitars. ... Read more


    5. CA-30
    by Korg
    list price: $34.95
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    Asin: B0002NYEYI
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Korg
    Sales Rank: 7
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Ultra-compact, LCD Needle-Style Chromatic Tuners High accuracy and superb functionality have made Korg tuners the worldwide favorite. And now, the new CA-30 joins the best-selling CA series of tuners. With even more features, like a pitch reference tone and quinta-flat tuning, the CA-30 packs basic functionality and convenient tuning functions into ultra-compact bodies. ... Read more

    Features

    • Compact chromatic tuner, ideal for brass band or orchestra
    • · High-precision LCD needle-type meter for stable tuning
    • · Wide range of pitch detection covers C1--C8
    • · Calibration function supports a variety of concert pitches
    • · Sound Out produces a reference tone from the internal speaker

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great toy
    A lot of tuner for a buck. Probably the best out there. Compact, light, very precise, the built-in microphone is sensitive enough, maybe too sensitive, because it picks up the background noise. You can tune guitar, mandolin, ...., violin, cowbell, and use the input socket for contact mics.

    5-0 out of 5 stars excellent
    The display is very clear and easy to read and has a "dial" that swings left to right to tell you how close you are to whatever pitch you're trying to play. Comes with an electric input as well as a mic. It's very small and compact and the battery life is good. Great tuner at a great price.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent value -- I have 2 of these.
    I prefer the older model a little more as it has better, more positive buttons - I usually find myself having to press on/off twice.Other than than it is superb.I have one velcro'd to my music stand for my electric guitar -- which I feed from my Marshall practice amplifier's line-out (or the effects line out of my other amp).The other, I use for my acoustic guitar (the tuner has a built in microphone), my son's & for checking the key/chords of tunes (that is a nice benefit of the "chromatic" part of this feature -- it will correctly detect & identify any and all notes).Batteries are cheap/common AAA & usuage is very low (the LCD is not backlit, so power usage is minimal).Stability is comparable to most other tuners including those costing $100 and more.

    I recently invested in a Boss TU2 foot pedal tuner.I actually prefer the Boss -- it is brighter (for stage use) and, although technically less accurate than the Korg, provides more stable readings and hence allows very quick tuning.It can also be used as a mute switch and has a strobe feature which I never use. However, this costs about 5x as much as the Korg, uses more power (either wall wart or expensive 9V battery).

    In conclusion, the Korg is excellent value at well under $20. ... Read more


    6. Musician's Friend Easy Lock 2" Nylon Strap, Black
    by Musician's Friend
    list price: $4.95
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    Asin: B0002E377M
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Musician's Friend
    Sales Rank: 34
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    2"-wide durable nylon strap provides the utmost playing comfort. Ends are rugged plastic with a special patented locking system to ensure your guitar stays right where you want it. Adjusts to 52" long for the perfect fit. ... Read more

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great item!
    The other reviewer made cogent and relavent points.
    I actually bought this for something other than its
    stated purpose: to use as a lanyard because of its
    density and width.I love it and will probably get
    another.

    5-0 out of 5 stars You Don't Have To Pay A Lot
    Sure, it's not as cool or fancy as some of the other guitar straps out there, but this very inexpensive guitar strap gets the job done. Some people will also appreciate the fact that this is a leather-free strap. The nylon is strong, and slides easily under the buckle for quick adjustment (and there is a lot of length to adjust).The Easy Lock feature is just that: The hole in the guitar strap fits easily around your guitar's strap holder, pull back gently and you have a tighter and more secure fit.

    The lack of padding make be insufficient for professionals or people who play standing for a long time.I just use this with my bass for practice.For these reasons you may want to opt for a thicker strap and/or Dunlop's shoulder padding that fits onto the strap. ... Read more


    7. Musician's Friend Deluxe Dreadnought Gig Bag
    by Musician's Friend
    list price: $39.95
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    Asin: B0002F774A
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Musician's Friend
    Sales Rank: 145
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Designed to protect your instrument above all, but also to be stylish and rugged. Backpack-style straps allow easy transport. This Deluxe bag features a rugged Cordura outer shell and 18mm thick foam padding. ... Read more

    Features

    • Cordura outer shell
    • 18mm thick foam padding
    • Backpack straps

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars It's what you need
    If you have a Rogue Guitar (as the Dreadnought in the title suggests) and you ordered it from Amazon/Musician's Friend, then you need some sort of a case for it.What better than a $20 ($25 with shipping) nylon gig bag that's durable and fits your guitar perfectly?Enough said. ... Read more


    8. Line 6 Guitar Port
    by eMedia
    list price: $139.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000AJQ42
    Catlog: Software
    Manufacturer: eMedia
    Sales Rank: 626
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Guitar Port ... Read more

    Features

    • Line 6 models and effects for your computer
    • 10 classic amps
    • Classic cabs
    • 24-bit D/A/D conversion
    • 32-bit floating-point DSP

    Reviews (11)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fun and helpful
    This thing kind of sucks you in. I purchased it last year and really liked it. Then I let the monthly subscription lapse during my move and after getting re-established I hooked it back up and found I couldn't play the stuff I'd downloaded. I was kind of put off by this, but recently hooked it back up and re-subscribed for the free 30 days thinking I'd use it for 30 then cancel. But honestly, I'm not so sure. For a modest $7.99 a month you have access to some seriously good lessons and grooves to practise to. For the working guitarist, I'm not sure of the value, but for an occasional player like myself (couple of times a week), the ability to automatically loop tracks, tablature that keeps up with the tracks, the ability to slow the track down and in some cases remove the guitars from the track is simply awesome and a lot cheaper than guitar lessons. I have a modeling amp (Fender Cyber-deluxe)and play throught that, but the Guitar Port amp settings can actually help you learn to dial in your amp too!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Me Likey Guitar Port
    The GuitarPort was the perfect solution for me. After moving house, I had no place for a rack & cab setup... and *gasp* now I have neighbors! Now I can jam even at 3 AM. Most of the time I either use the headphones or PC speakers. But the RCA outs are good for hooking it up to a stereo and use that as a PA when you want to get loud.

    An unexpected bonus was now I could record!!!!! LOL but I guess this was a major feature of the GuitarPort anyway, recording. I'm slow like that.

    The GuitarPort works well even with very old legacy software (I'm using an old 1999 "free bundle ware" version of Cakewalk Express) and it still functions perfectly under WinXP. This, in conjunction with a neat freeware program called Audacity, and you have a cheap recording setup for PC. Apparently Line6 also has their own recording sofware called Rifftracker or something, but I've never used it since I'm cheap and got freeware stuff :)

    The tones are killer. I've also been downloading tones for free from GuitarPort online. But if you want some tracks to jam to, you have to pay their monthly fee, but I've never paid for that service since I'm recording my own stuff.

    Another a heads up, I poked around the Line6 website when I needed new XP drivers (after upgrading my PC from Win98, I'm old fashioned), and it said the latest software version was 2.5 (free download btw). So I installed it, and to my surprise I found that I now had 16 amp models and a startling 24 cab models. So the manufacturer press release which states "15 Killer Amp & 14 Cab Models" is either extremely modest or outdated. So it seems it pays off to visit the website once in a while to check for software updates.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Simply Awesome
    I purchased the Guitar Port from Amazon the other day, and when it arrived I was excited to see what my Les Paul would sound like though my computer.My old amp fried out a couple of years ago, and I have only been playing acoustic since.I was afraid that it might sound a little artificial.Boy was I wrong!

    After only a few hours of use, I can tell you that this is going to reinvigorate my play.This product is much, much better than I though it could ever be.It sounds great!The ability to pick from 10 heads, 10 cabinets, and several effects allows you to create the exact tone needed for a given song.I have already saved 5 "tones".I can just pick from a list to grab a nice tube "warm" amp, to the heavy crunch I save for Metallica licks, to a sweet chorus with a bit of distortion for a number of rockers.

    I also love the hum reducer which learns from your guitar, and removes almost all of the guitar hum.Between that and the noise gate, my guitar seems much cleaner than I have ever heard it.

    A small but very nice feature is the tuner, which makes it pretty dead simple to tune your axe.There are a number of other features I have not used yet.You can play along with Mp3, CD, etc.

    A previous reviewer mentioned that the online service is a rip-off and you have to watch "the fine print".I bought this product as an amp replacement, so I have not subscribed to the online service.You do not have to pay the online $10/month fee to use this product.All the cool stuff that I have mentioned is yours, forever.

    All in all, this is the coolest guitar toy I have ever used, far better than any of the pre-amp pedals/effects that I have tried out over the years.

    1-0 out of 5 stars watch for the fine print
    On the surface it sounds like a great idea- but there are so many catches and it is set up on the corporate end so badly it is just a scam to steal a monthly fee from you- read on- In order to download any of the songs you can play over you have to pay the monthly fee- in addition, you can't record yourself playing along with them- they have it fixed so you can't do it- plus, they try to sell you the most overpriced software I have ever seen to record yourself at all. And this is not recording you playing along either because, again, they won't let you. And here is the most pernicious part of all- if you don't keep paying the monthly fee it won't let you play along with songs you already downloaded anymore!! That's right, they cut you off. Their song selection sucks- it is almost all "hendrix" "clapton" old classic rock crap- there is no Fuel, nickelback, etc, no new bands at all. And most of the "songs" are really lessons. So unless you plan to pay a monthly fee forever so you can play along with "all right now" and "freebird" over and over, but not be able to record yourself doing it, save your money. The guitarport was a godd idea and could have been great- but the insane greed of Line 6 has ruined any possibility of that. Pass on this one.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Renewed my interest in the guitar
    As a teenager I played the guitar all the time.I loved it!But as time goes on, you go to college, you get married, you have kids.Not so suddenly the guitar become not so important (after all I realize that I am not the next Eddie Van Halen now).But my wife (who never really has seen me play the guitar) bought me this for christmas...This is the most unbelievably coolest gift ever.I play it all the time.It is a perfect marrage of my time wasted on the computer and the past love of the guitar.I have played with this toy every day since christmas.I have even managed to impress my wife.If you love the guitar but don't have thousands of bucks to spend on equipement, and you have a decent computer, this is a MUST HAVE!!!! ... Read more


    9. Musician's Friend Cradle Guitar Stand
    by Musician's Friend
    list price: $19.99
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    Asin: B0002GLCI6
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Musician's Friend
    Sales Rank: 6
    Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Adjustable arms for holding both electrics and acoustics. Folds up so compactly you can fit it in a gig bag. Metal construction. Nonreactive black sponge-covered arms for protecting your guitar's finish. ... Read more

    Features

    • Adjustable arms
    • Folds up small
    • Metal construction
    • Nonreactive black sponge-covered arms

    Reviews (1)

    1-0 out of 5 stars This is not a good stand.
    I believe the description says something about "reliable," but it isn't. I would not trust leaving my guitar on this for a moment. A friend of mine, who also plays the guitar, has one as well, his guitar slid off and gut majorly scratched by a sharp edge. Also, its being "nonreactive" is a joke. In the booklet that comes in the box with it it specificly says something about possibility of parts of the stand reacting with the finish on a guitar. By all means do not by this stand!!! ... Read more


    10. Dunlop Ergo Pickholder
    by Dunlop
    list price: $1.99
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    Asin: B0002GLDQM
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Dunlop
    Sales Rank: 269
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    Product Description

    Made of high-impact plastic for years of use. Sticks to your guitar with a non-marring adhesive. ... Read more


    11. Dunlop Trigger Curved Guitar Capo, Black
    by Dunlop
    list price: $18.96
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    Asin: B0002E2KOI
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Dunlop
    Sales Rank: 56
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    Product Description

    Your sound shouldn't change when you put on a capo, and it shouldn't be a 12-step process, either. With the Trigger capo, you'll come through loud, clear, and in tune, in less time. Made of aircraft-quality aluminum, with a strong, padded, spring-action grip that can be changed quickly with just a squeeze. Works for both 6- and 12-string guitars. Features a unique pressure pad that conforms to fingerboard and frets for buzz-free fretting. ... Read more

    Features

    • Made of aircraft-quality aluminum
    • Strong, padded, spring-action grip
    • Works for both 6- and 12-string guitars
    • Unique pressure pad conforms to fingerboard and frets
    • Intended for acoustic guitars but can be used on most electric guitars

    12. Martin M140 Bronze Wound Strings for Acoustic Guitar - Light Gauge
    by Martin
    list price: $9.95
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    Asin: B0002M6B2M
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Martin
    Sales Rank: 16
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    Product Description

    Martin Strings are high-quality strings for daily use. Core and wrap wires must meet strict requirements in order to make the grade. Martin Strings are wound to precise specifications. ... Read more


    13. String Swing Wood Guitar Wall Hanger
    by String Swing
    list price: $17.99
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    Asin: B0002GLCRC
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: String Swing
    Sales Rank: 75
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    Product Description

    The String Swing S1 Home and Studio hanger has become the standard for hanging your instrument securely and conveniently. You say you'd like to practice more but digging your guitar out of the closet just turns your off. Hang it where you can get at it quick. You can adjust the width of the yoke to fit your guitar or mandolin. Rubber tubing insures that your instrument won't get scratched. ... Read more

    Features

    • Drive screw through mounting hole into wall
    • If no wall stud is behind hanger, remove screw and drive plastic toggle into same hole
    • Remount hanger with drywall screw
    • Comes with two guitar keeper washers

    14. Drive CD100 Guitar Practice Amp
    by Drive
    list price: $79.99
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    Asin: B0002GL4HA
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Drive
    Sales Rank: 451
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Drive designed the CD100 Combo to be the perfect practice partner. The 6.5 inch custom speaker is driven by a 10 Watt amp section complete with Master Volume, Gain, 3-band EQ (Bass, Mid, Treble), and a headphone jack for private practice. ... Read more

    Features

    • 10 Watts of power
    • One 6.5 Inch speaker
    • Headphone jack
    • 3-Band EQ-treble, mid, bass

    Reviews (2)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Not that bad
    This is quit a small amp, mainly for Bass Guitar use is best, it packs quite a punch in fact, as far as gigs go, it is not intirrly useless as the other reveiwer may think, ive used it in small gigs (bars) it is usefull in any small room even, if the knobs are turned the right way u can get different tones and qualities that are sutible for different songs, i say Beggineer? buy it, mediocar?buy it

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good for practice, not much else.
    This amplifier was my first one, as it was relatively cheap, small, and (I hoped), would just be a basic amplifier without too many knobs for me to set incorrectly. As far all that, this is a fine small amplifier suitable for practicing quietly, definitely in no way show/gig material. The only beef I have with this amp is that upon being turned off with the guitar cable in the input jack, a small chirp is heard. I'm not sure if it's an indication of low quality or if it's supposed to do it, but it is a bit annoying. Okay for the money, if you're just getting into guitar and don't know if you want to make a larger investment, this is the way to go. If you're a practiced musician, you've heard way better and should shell out the extra bucks for a higher-quality unit. ... Read more


    15. Dunlop Gel Picks, .60MM 1 Dozen
    by Dunlop
    list price: $3.48
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002D0CM6
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Dunlop
    Sales Rank: 41
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    Product Description

    Gels? picks are molded from Dunlop's unique custom formulated polycarbonate composition that provides superior durability and vivid translucent colors. ... Read more

    Features

    • Packaged 12 picks of the same gauge with header

    16. M-Audio MobilePre USB Mobile Preamp and Audio Interface
    by M-Audio
    list price: $179.99
    our price: $149.00
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    Asin: B0000TP57E
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: M-Audio
    Sales Rank: 4573
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    MobilePre USB is the perfect audio interface and preamp for your laptop recording needs. A total of three kinds of audio inputs and outputs provide maximum flexibility for any application - including two on-board microphone/instrument preamps and high-impedance instrument inputs ideal for connecting guitars and basses. MobilePre USB is completely bus-powered so you can take it anywhere you need to record and play music - including field recording and sampling expeditions with your laptop. (Of course, you can use it on the desktop as well.) And unlike many competitors, our zero-latency direct monitoring provides you with an easy and professional recording experience.2 x 2 USB audio interfaceIdeal for mobile operation3 types of inputs including 2 microphone inputs (XLR balanced) with 48v phantom power, a stereo desktop microphone input (1/8?) andhigh-impedance instrument/line inputs (1/4? balanced)3 types of outputs including 2 analog outputs (unbalanced 1/4? @ -10dBv), a stereo line output (1/8?) and stereo headphone output (1/8?) with level control knobGain control knob for each input channel (+40 dB max)Zero-latency hardware direct monitoring with software level controlMono/stereo direct monitoringUSB-powered (no wall wart or batteries needed)Resolution: 16-bitSampling frequencies (kHz): 8, 9.6, 11.025, 12, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48 line out) line out)THD: 0.00447% (line out); 0.0100% (mic in); 0.0126% (line in)Pentium II 30... ... Read more

    Features

    • USB-powered for total mobility
    • 2 x 2 16-bit/48kHz analog I/O w/ preamps
    • 2 microphone inputs (XLR balanced) with 48v phantom power
    • 2 high-impedance instrument/line inputs (balanced/unbalanced 1/4" TRS)
    • Zero-latency hardware direct monitoring (mono/stereo) with software level control

    Reviews (1)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Does its job after some tinkering
    I bought this recently after the release of Garage Band for OS X. I'm going to share some information that is negative but I am overall happy with the features of this product, with the OS X support, and would recommend it for purchase.The features that I was looking were analog instrument input and the XLR microphone input, along with the best price I could find.I might get into home recording, but I didn't want to spend a ton of money until I was sure I would stick with it.

    First off the information in the M-Audio web site lists that the box is able to sample up to 24bit/96kHz.It isn't a big deal to me yet, but I haven't figured out how to change the sample rate.This may be a function of the application but I can't figure out how to change it.

    The second issue I had was with drivers.When I got the unit I downloaded the latest drivers 1.5.8 off their website that were supposed to be for use with OS X 10.3 (Panther).I was never able to get anything but squealing out of my machine with those drivers -but the 1.5.8 drivers worked fine on my PowerBook.Out of desparation I installed the drivers 1.5.1 off the CD that came with the MobilePre and the squealing went away.While I am happy that I can record on my desktop I wonder why I have to back down on the driver version.

    The third thing is that there is sometimes some sort of latency issue with the unit.Sometimes as I play and switch settings in Garage Band, there will start to be some lag before what I play comes out of the computer.It makes it pretty impossible to play.Strangely when you open up System Preferences and change the "Latency" setting the lag goes away.It doesn't really matter what you change the latency to, it goes away just with changing.

    I have not used the unit for USB audio output so I can't comment on that feature.Using the headphones in the MobilePre's monitor port would be useful if you were using the USB audio output, but for recording I find that listening to my unprocessed guitar signal is not all that useful. ... Read more


    17. Dunlop L13P Lucky 13 Players Picks - 6 Pack, 1.0MM 6-Pack
    by Dunlop
    list price: $3.48
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    Asin: B0002GJ92M
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Dunlop
    Sales Rank: 67
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Dunlop and Lucky 13 Apparel have joined forces to bring you this new line of guitar picks. With full-throttle, in-your-face images like hot rods, skulls, whiskey bottles, and tattoos Lucky 13 picks from Dunlop have got your number. Package of 6 1.0mm picks (one of each design). ... Read more

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Dunlop Lucky 13
    Great picks by an awesome company in a very cool design.What do you want more? ... Read more


    18. Dura-Pro Guitar Stand
    by MusicYo
    list price: $19.99
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    Asin: B0002IZOD8
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: MusicYo
    Sales Rank: 314
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    Product Description

    Whether on the road or in the studio, Dura-Pro stands PERFORM! Dura-Pro stands and hardware are both DURABLE and PROFESSIONAL with quality features such as 14 & 16-gauge all metal constructionfor maximum strength and security. Three-point base with one-piece wrap-around sockets and hard rubber end-caps reduce vibrations, increase stability and ensure that legs stay put! Baked-on, powder coated black finish bonds with the metal to provide years of lasting beauty. Rubber washers and easy-to-grip knobs make adjustment fast and secure. Folds into a compact lightweight package and includes a clip-on clamp. ... Read more

    Features

    • Three Point Base
    • Large Easy-To-Grip Knobs
    • Soft, Foam Rubber Neck Rest
    • Soft, Foam Rubber Base
    • Molded, Rubber Safety Strap

    19. Intellitouch PT1 Tuner
    by Intellitouch
    list price: $69.95
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    Asin: B0002F7GSW
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Intellitouch
    Sales Rank: 599
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Designed to tune many wind and stringed instruments, including violins, french horns, electric/acoustic guitars, basses, banjos, mandolins and more. One-handed, easy-to-attach clamp. Stores in its own custom carrying case. Intelligent recalibration. seven octaves, 27-6000HZ, 30 hours continuous tuning, 1.25" wide, 6" long, .75" thick, 2 ounces, 6 volts, CR2032 3-volt coin cell, two batteries required (not included) ... Read more

    Features

    • Weighs less than 2 ounces
    • Stores in its own custom carrying case
    • Decouples the music from ambient room noise
    • Intelligent recalibration: tune to standard 440 or Customize your own tuning reference
    • Operates on 2 standard coin-cell batteries

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Tuning For Dummies
    I bought this as a beginning violin student a few years ago. I got tired of waiting until my lessons for my instructor to tune my violin. You simply attach it anywhere on the instrument and pluck the strings.The number of arrows on the left and right of the display tell you if the string is flat or sharp.Your goal is to get a readout of 3 arrows on each side.Too few on the left?It's sharp.Loosen peg.Too few on the right?It's flat.Tighten peg.Tune and pluck, tune and pluck...bingo!Everyone I've shown it to wants one.It's a little expensive, but if you want a fast and easy way to tune, this is for you.

    5-0 out of 5 stars What a Godsend!!
    I just received this tuner today and I am already in love with it! I have a 12 string accoustic/electric guitar, and though it sounds just beautiful, it is a real pain to tune! The fact that my hearing is not as good as it was in my youth does not help matters. I have a tuner I got a few years ago, but it is so difficult to use, it has spent the years in the compartment of my guitar case. I recently have researched via the internet just about every tuner made, and decided to take a chance on the Intellitouch PT1. Am I glad I did! It is SO EASY TO USE! Within minutes after taking it out of the box I had the 12ver perfectly tuned! It attaches by a built-in clamp onto the headstock, and works by 'reading' the string you pluck by vibration. No mikes or wires! You can even do it in the dark with the back-light feature! This tuner costs a bit more, but it will be a well used piece of equipment - not buried in the compartment of the guitar case! If you are in the market for a tuner, I highly recommend the PT1.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Buying my third presently
    I have used this tuner for years, loving it the whole while.Previously I've used everything from a pitch pipe, my home piano, memory, chromatics...other electric ones and pick ups.This one is the sweetest I've used thus far.Other than my own I have bought a friend one and am now buying my mother one as well.I have used this tuner often to tune guitar, violin/fiddle, mandolin, and dulcimer with no complaints.The last review stating it was overrated because it was a pain to deal with while bowing....well umm...EVERYTHING is difficult while bowing, lol.I always pluck my violin/fiddle while tuning then check it later and it's always true.This tuner is the handiest I've ever seen and I recommend it to all players...everyone of mymusical friends who does not have one yearns after my own but unfortunately I can't afford to buy everyone one!

    3-0 out of 5 stars Overrated
    We bought one of these because they looked cool.But, it did not work well when bowed and was more of a pain than it was worth.Instead buy a cheap Korg tuner and a cheap clip on pickup for your bridge.Even with an entire orchestra class playing, they still work great.

    ... Read more


    20. Ernie Ball 2223 Nickel Super Slinky Pink Electric Guitar Strings
    by Ernie Ball
    list price: $8.25
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002M6CW6
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Ernie Ball
    Sales Rank: 71
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Slinky Nickel Wound pink series electric guitar strings- power (9-42) gauge ... Read more

    Features

    • Ernie Ball strings are precision manufactured to the highest standards and most exacting specs to assure consistency, optimum performance, and long life

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Gnarly strings for a tubular price.
    These are the standard strings I've been using since about 2000. And after going through only 4 pairs since then, I doubt I'll be changing brands. Especially at this price. Just look at that. In just about any store they're up to 3 times as expensive. Don't let the price fool you. Sure, there are some strings around 20 bucks, but that doesn't mean they're better. Ernie Ball is one of (if not, the) top brands when it comes to musical instruments and accessories. The sound quality and tone with these suckers is phenominal. You can bend, whammy, slap and pluck these things as hard as you can, and they won't break. In fact, I've been on the same set of strings since about October 2003 and they're still working like the day I put them in.

    There isn't a whole lot to say about strings. I mean, they're what you need to play the guitar and that's about it. These work well, therefore, they're good. Nab a few extra sets of these while they're so cheap. ... Read more


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