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Carvin Guitars - Allan Holdsworth Signature HH2

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Carvin Guitar: Allan Holdsworth Signature HH2

For a number of years, acclaimed guitarist and Carvin artist Allan Holdsworth had challenged the Custom Shop to develop a headless guitar, as he wanted the improved tone and playability of his Holdsworth H2 and HF2 signature guitars, but in a more compact version. Carvin is excited to respond to his request with the new Allan Holdsworth Signature HH2 headless guitar. Although headless guitars have been around since the 1980s, the HH2 is much more than just another version of the design. Carvin has engineered this guitar from the ground up, with the specific goal of meeting Allan's exacting demands for sound, playability and weight. Months of design and prototyping, along with real world "on the road" testing by Allan have resulted in the best USA-made headless guitar available today. And unlike the original Steinberger™ guitars and similar models of the 1980s, the HH1 is constructed from wood, not composites, so it sounds like a guitar should. The HH2 is made in the USA, and loaded with features, along with having Carvin's full compliment of Custom Shop options available. It's boutique instrument, without the boutique price, because Carvin eliminates the middleman markup by selling directly to you. You can build your Holdsworth HH2 exactly the way you want it, and be the proud owner of an instrument that will last you a lifetime. 

Carvin Guitars - Steve Vai Legacy 3

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Carvin Guitars - Steve Vai Legacy 3

For over 60 years, Carvin has been building high-quality guitars, basses, amps and audio gear for pro and hobbyist musicians alike.

Carvin was founded in 1946 by Lowell Kiesel as the L. C. Kiesel Company in Los Angeles. Kiesel relocated briefly to his home state of Nebraska, but returned to California in 1949, and changed the name of the company to Carvin, after his two eldest sons, Carson and Gavin. The company began by making pickups and other accessories, then branched out to amplifiers, guitars, basses and other gear. Early Carvin instruments were made by Lowell Kiesel, and Carvin also sold rebadged guitars made by Harmony and Kay. In the 1960s Carvin built most guitars from mainly Hofner components, before returning to manufacturing their own instruments in the 1970s. In the earliest years of the company, Carvin was also a reseller of Fender and Martin guitars, DeArmond accessories, Sonola accordions and Rheem organs.

 

Randall Amplifiers view from Frankfurt 2012

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Randall Amplifiers view from Frankfurt 2012
Randall Amps 

Randall Amplifiers view from Frankfurt 2012.The Randall Amplifiers, a division of US Music Corp, headquarters is just north of Chicago in Mundelein, Illinois. A leading guitar and amplification company in the industry, US Music Corp. is a manufacturer and distributor of Washburn Guitars, Randall Amplifiers, Parker Guitars, Eden Electronics, Oscar Schmidt, , and Phonic. US Music Corp. is a subsidiary of Jam Industries, Ltd.

Supporto per chitarra PRIMO

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Supporto per chitarra PRIMO

Il primo supporto per chitarra universale progettato per garantire la stabilità e la sicurezza dello strumento. Realizzato in metallo con verniciatura a polveri epossidiche e con snodo in nylon caricato, accattivante nel design, rappresenta l´accessorio indispensabile al chitarrista professionista. Sulla parte superiore dello snodo sono presenti vani porta plettri e la manopola di serraggio realizzata in gomma strong naturale diventa un sicuro punto di appoggio dello strumento. Il supporto è dotato di gommini livellanti.

Orange Amps at Musikmesse 2012

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Orange Amps at Musikmesse 2012

Orange Music Electronic Company is a British electric guitar and public address amplifier manufacturing company, famous for its distinctive sound and bright orange Tolex-like covering on amplifier heads and speaker cabinets. Orange also manufactures amplifiers for bass guitar, speaker cabinets for instrument amplifiers and combination (combo) amplifiers.