The string winder is one of the most helpful tools in an acoustic guitarists arsenal not just because it makes winding your strings faster but, more importantly, it saves your bridge pins. I have heard all sorts of ways that people get the bridge pins out, pliers, knives, spoons, forks… any metal object they can … Read moreDo you know where your string winder is?
We were lucky to have Loren Molinare from Blackstar Amps in and we recorded these two videos of him showing off the new HTClub40 MKii
Today we had a visit from our Blackstar sales rep Jim (seen in these videos playing the bass) with John (Korg USA’s Canadian Sales Manager… Jim’s boss) and Loren Molinare (one of Blackstar’s super talented demo guys seen in the video setting the amps and telling us all about them). We had a lot of fun! Here are a couple quick videos we shot of the 60 and 250 watt bass amps! We will be getting these in soon and if you want to pre-order one from our first shipment talk to us at the shop anytime!
Remember the BerryFest is downtown this Saturday! There are no lessons as parking is at a premium. If you are down for berryfest feel free to pop in and say hello! 10,000 people attended last year (approx. best guess from the ADBA), and this year will be even better. I am looking forward to the … Read moreBerryFest This Saturday!
This battery powered little beast is a party goers day dream. Perfect to make upbeat rhythms and play your own compositions over or to spice up some of your older repertoire. There are 22 rhythm styles each with 11 different variations for drums, bass, part a, b and x. Letting you make your own band … Read moreRoland Go: Keys
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We are listing the last of the Raimundo guitars on Reverb so if you want one pop into the shop right quick as they are probably the last ones in Canada. As you may remember when the Canadian distributor went out of business a few years ago we got the last of their Raimundo stock … Read moreRaimundo Guitars