Fender Guitars

4 String Bass Guitars

The bass guitar is the lowest-pitched member of the guitar family. A plucked string instrument, played with either a pick or fingers, the bass guitar is similar in appearance and construction to the electric guitar, but features a longer scale neck and is commonly found in either 4, 5 or 6 stringed variations.

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5 String Bass Guitars

The bass guitar is the lowest-pitched member of the guitar family. A plucked string instrument, played with either a pick or fingers, the bass guitar is similar in appearance and construction to the electric guitar, but features a longer scale neck and is commonly found in either 4, 5 or 6 stringed variations.

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6 String Acoustic Guitars

The 6 string Acoustic was first developed in 1779 and since then has been used by Singer/Songwriters, and fingerstyle players. It comes in many styles from Classical through to Dreadnought shaped. An acoustic guitar does not need an amplifier...

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Acoustic Guitar Amplifiers

Acoustic guitar amplifiers are specifically designed to produce a clean, transparent, acoustic sound. They will usually have a relatively flat frequency response so as not to "colour" the sound too much.

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Acoustic Ukuleles

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Bass Amplifiers

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Chorus Pedals

A chorus pedal is a modulation effect. The original signal is split and run through a short delay and then combined with the original signal. The delayed part of the signal can then be modulated to create movement to create a thicker tone. A classic effect used on elctric, acoustic and bass guitars.

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Compressor Pedals

In its simplist explanation a compressor makes the quiet parts of the signal louder and the louder parts quieter delivering a more consistant loudness. Can have the most subtle of effect through to the very obvious "snap". A compressor can also increase sustain and provide extra gain to push the front of your amp.

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Distortion / Fuzz / Overdrive Pedals

From mild soft clipping overdrives, to germanium based fuzz circuits, to all out hard clipping high gain, these pedals give you the drive to suit your taste.

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Electro-Acoustic Guitars

Electro-Acoustic guitars are designed to have pick ups in the bridge and to be plugged into an amplifier. To this end they may have an onboard pre-amp to go with the pick-up, and some even have built in effects too.....

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Guitar Combo Amplifiers

A combo amplifier contains both the amplifier head and speaker cabinet in one intergrated unit.

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Guitar Gig Bags & Cases

Whether you're looking for or a sturdy, rigid, secure method of carrying your guitar around or just looking for something you can sling over your back for easy transportation, you'll find everything you need here to protect your prized possession.

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Guitar Straps

All sorts of shapes and sizes, made from many different materials, and available for both Acoustic and electric guitars, most guitarists still search for the comfiest, coolest Strap they can find….

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Guitar Strings

No matter what gauge of string you prefer, you'll find them here.

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Instrument Cables

No matter what length, what kind of connector, whether it's balanced or unbalanced or even what colour, we aim to have the right cable for you...

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Left Handed Electric Guitars

For the 10% that need the neck the other way round.....

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Reverb & Delay Effects Pedals

Reverb pedals modify the signal in such a way that you can replicate playing in different sonic spaces. Delay pedals allow you to repeat your sound at pre-determined intervals after you've played it. Both effects whether used independently or together can add warmth and depth to your tone. Reverb and delay pedals are collectively known as time-based effects and are typically positioned at the end of your signal chain.

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Semi-Hollowbody Electric Guitars

Semi Hollwbody guitars are sometimes known as Semi Acoustic guitars. They have sound holes as well as pick-ups and have a distinctive sound with more acoustic qualities, as opposed to a solidbody electric.

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Solidbody Electric Guitars

The electric guitar requires external amplification in order to be heard at the usual performance volumes. Via the use of one or more pickups, the vibration of the strings is converted to an electrical signal, which in turn is amplified via an external amplifier. The electric guitar can be found in a multitude of shapes, forms and scale lengths depending on the style and requirements of the music.

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Tuners

Tuners are designed to help you keep your instrument in tune. That way, you can play with other people...

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