Yamaha

3" to 5" Studio Monitors

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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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5.5" to 7" Studio Monitors

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8" & Larger Studio Monitors

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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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Active Column Speakers

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Active Subwoofer

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Analogue Mixing Desks

Mixing desks come in Analogue and Digital varieties. Some have built in audio interfaces. Desks combine and route audio signals and mostly contain built-in microphone preamps.

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Bags, Cases & Covers - Keyboards

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Closed Back Headphones

Closed back headphones are more coloured than open back designs, but also isolate the listener and restrict sound leakage. This makes them ideal for tracking, recording or even just for listening whilst outside of the studio.

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Combo Keyboard Amplifiers

When it comes to Amplifiers, it's all about the voicing. Guitar amps are voiced especially for Guitars, which is why an Electric guitar just DI'd into a PA doesn't sound so good. Keyboards, need a specially voiced amplifier too,as they emit a much broader spectrum of frequencies. Here are the amplifiers specially designed to sound great when used with keyboards or synths.

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Digital Mixing Desks

Most Digital mixers mimic the look of the old analogue desks, but have the advantage of no added noise, easy signal routing and being able to save and load whole templates. There are also usually many on-board effects getting rid of the need for external hardware.

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Electronic Drums Kits

Electronic Drums have come on a long way since the classic hexagonal Simmons kit of the 80's. Kits now often use multisampled drums to replicate the different tone of drums hit at different volumes. Some kits use mesh drum heads which aim to replicate (almost silently) the feeling of hitting a real drum skin.

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Home Keyboards

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Home Pianos

Home Pianos try to replicate the feel of a real piano using weighted or hammer-action keybeds and a small selection of sounds. Perfect for learning piano without taking up loads of space, needing professional tuning and of course, can be used with headphones!

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Keyboard Stands

Stands for musical keyboards.

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Left Handed Electric Guitars

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

Important - Please Note: Guitar orders placed after 12 Noon will be set up and despatched on the next working day.

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Mixing Desk Accessories

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Mixing Desks - Podcasting

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PA Accessories

Accesories and add ons for PA setups.

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PA Active Full Range Speakers

Live PA covers everything from little portable systems up to Array speakers. Most of our systems are powered, so all amplifiers are built-in.

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PA Active Stage Monitors

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Passive Full Range Speaker

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Pro Audio Accessories

All the bits and Add-ons you should need to connect, expand, control, tame, carry, mend, etc….

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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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Stage Piano

Stage Pianos try to replicate the feel of a real piano using weighted or hammer-action keybeds and a small selection of sounds. Perfect for learning piano without taking up loads of space, needing professional tuning and of course, can be used with headphones!

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Stools / Benches

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Subwoofers

Studio subwoofers are designed to compliment your monitoring setup. It is often advisable to match your subwoofer to you main monitoring setup, to ensure the smoothest frequency response and most accurate listening enviroment.

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Synthesizers

Synthesizers can introduce experienced professionals and budding beginners to a world of electronic musical effects. Our range includes dozens of large, powerful units that need to be kept at a desk as part of a wider production facility - and we stock palm-sized versions, too.

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USB Audio Interfaces

USB audio interfaces offer high quality inputs and outputs for recording and playing back your audio. With the added advantage of being easy to transport and move between systems, they are a popular solution for performers wishing to have a single high quality interface they can move between the studio and stage with ease. USB audio interfaces due to their portability and often great value remain perhaps the most common audio interfaces in use today. With USB being the computer worlds most widely supported connection standard, through using an USB audio interface it allows us the flexibility of having it either in the studio or to easily take it out on the road with you. This means that you can use the same high quality audio I/O connections and quality recording signal path found within your audio interface, no matter where your projects may take you. Regular USB audio interfaces are likely to be based around the classic USB connection

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Workstation Keyboards

Workstation keyboards include a built-in sequencer that let you create complete tracks on the keyboard itself, without the need for a computer. These units are often favoured by professional keyboard players, as it is simple to add or remove extra instrumental parts, dependent on the other musicians you are playing with.

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