TC Electronic are renowned for their groundbreaking developments in music technology. Their effects pedals...
Designed with musicians in mind, the Zoom H1n Handy Recorder captures high-quality sound like never before....
The M-Series ATH-M40x professional monitor headphones are tuned flat for incredibly accurate audio monitoring...
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Have you got a burning desire to play Chicago-style blues? The new Regal RC-1-N might be just what your looking for.
When it comes to developing high-end professional microphones, few companies can compete with Neumann.
The Neumann KH 420s represent the benchmark in professional studio monitoring.
The Cordoba Mini is something you aren’t going to find anywhere else. It’s a miniature nylon-string guitar.
Shure has released two new products in their PSM 300 series.
The new Akai Advance 49 is a keyboard workstation that gives your greater scope to manipulate any virtual instrument than ever...
There’s something about a banjo that sets it apart from all other instruments.
A recent addition to the Micro Mooer pedal line, the MEP-JC Juicer has been designed in collaboration with Neil Zara, and has...
The Chorusaurus pedal from Arguilar Amplification has just landed in Australia.
The Expedition XP1000 Portable PA system from Samson gives you as much power as you could possibly ask for in such a clean and...
The Ectasy Blue amplifier came about in 1992, and today Bogner is still hand building each amp.
Yamaha’s keyboard range is the envy of most, with a reputation for reliability and usability.
The Bogner Burnley pedal is a unique distortion pedal capable of a delivering hot and devastating distortion tone with added...
We’ve spoken at length about how impressed we’ve been by the reinvigorated line up of Music Man amplifiers, so we’re very excited...
Tycoon’s reputation as a top shelf drum and percussion manufacturer is made all the more enviable when you remember that they’re...