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PLUG IN AND PLAY ANYWHERE!

Posted in Accessories, Gear    //    Post Date - December 2, 2014

On Stage Mini Plug in Guitar Amps Practice your electric guitar whenever you want with the OSGA5000MI. Simply plug the OSGA5000MI directly into your guitar, plug in your favourite headphones, and rock out in privacy. No cable necessary. Tone and Gain controls let you tailor the sound from sparkling clean…

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AMAC 2014 – THE TRC STAND

Posted in Accessories, Gear    //    Post Date - August 24, 2014

Melbourne based company The Resource Corporation is an interesting wholesaler. TRC (as they’re more affectionately known) may not deal in flashy guitars, amps and keyboards but what they do distribute is really cool stuff that musicians couldn’t get by without. They deal in the stands you place your instruments on,…

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FUSION GIG BAGS

Posted in Accessories, Gear    //    Post Date - June 2, 2014

Fusion has been created out of an idea to design and manufacture the world’s best gig bags for the gigging and travelling musician. Fusion’s musical instrument bags have all the benefits of travel and hiking bags, yet still protect your instrument to a high level. If you need a gig…

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YAMAHA’S UD-WL01 CONNECTS YOUR INSTRUMENT TO TO iPHONE

Posted in Accessories, Computer (Software, plug-ins), Gear    //    Post Date - May 18, 2014

Yamaha’s UD-WL01 offers new ways to enjoy your musical instrument using iOS Applications and web services. UD-WL01 is a USB wireless LAN adaptor that allows you to connect your musical instrument to an iPhone/iPod touch/iPad and enjoy a range of Yamaha iOS Applications and other web services(*).
*Web services are available…

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THE SOURCE

Posted in Accessories, Gear    //    Post Date - November 24, 2009

THE SOURCE November 24, 2009 | Reviewer: Reza Nasseri Distributor: www.guitarbits.com.au Quite a few months back a nice guy named Matt Henderson contacted me about the possibility of trying out his new product. He named it the “Source’. It isn’t a pedal or a set of pickups, nor is it…

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