April-May 2008

May 7, 2008

NS Design CR4 Bass CelloJoining the NS Design family of bass instruments, the four-string CR4 Bass Cello offers authentic upright bass tone with a 34-inch bass guitar scale and standard bass tuning. The NS Bass Cello is supplied with a deluxe padded gig bag and the patented Boomerang Strap System. Interchangeable tripod and endpin stand […]

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March 2008

March 11, 2008

Yamaha’s “Vizzutti” TrumpetYamaha Corporation of America, Band Orchestral Division, introduces the YTR-9335VS Allen Vizzutti Signature Artist Model Trumpet in the key of Bb, developed by Yamaha trumpet artist Allen Vizzutti and Yamaha Artist Services, Inc. Band Orchestral Atelier Director Bob Malone. Although similar to the YTR-9335NYS New York Artist Model trumpet, the new horn features […]

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January 2008

January 9, 2008

New Finish to Pearl CongasDesigned by one of the most technically proficient conga players around, Pearl’s Richie Flores Signature Oak Congas feature the exclusive “vertical” fade Lunar Eclipse finish transitions from Silver to Midnight Blue dusted in stellar sparks as you turn the drums. Fade your congas from left to right, right to left, all […]

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October/November 2007

October 30, 2007

Grover Pro Percussion T2/HTS-8 Tambourine Grover Pro Percussion Inc., is introducing a new concert tambourine, Model T2/HTS-8. This will be the first 8″ diameter tambourine with Grover’s specially heat-treated jingles. The Custom Drum series of Grover tambourines provides percussionists with an ultra-sensitive, dry articulated sonority. Professionals find this type of tambourine perfect for orchestral works […]

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August / September 2007

September 5, 2007

Woodwind Repair KitThe MusicMedic.com Woodwind Repair Kit is available for flute, clarinet, and saxophone. All of the tools and supplies come in an attractive wooden box, with a MusicMedic.com Gig Bag for easy transport. Each kit includes the same professional quality repair tools and supplies that are used on a daily basis in professional repair […]

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June / July 2007

June 20, 2007

Death of a Bebop Wife from CadenceA new publication by Cadence Jazz Books tells the compelling life story of pianist Al Haig, one of the jazz greats in the vanguard of the bebop revolution, written by Grange (Lady Haig) Rutan. Over 15 years in the making, this is the “uncomfortable and often horrifying story” of […]

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April/May 2007

May 3, 2007

Vox “XL” SeriesVox Amplification has expanded its line of ValvetronixTM tube-driven modeling amplifiers with the Extreme Lead “XL” Series. These new high-gain amplifiers are specifically designed and voiced for hard rock/heavy metal music and deliver the most aggressive VOX tones to date. Four combos comprise the line, including the AD15VT-XL (15-Watt, 1×10″), AD30VT-XL (30-Watt, 1×12″), […]

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Feb / March 2007

March 8, 2007

The Musician’s ToolboxThe Musician’s Toolbox: Thoughts on Teaching and Learning Music is a new publication by Diane and Nick Petralla which explores 111 “tools” for musicians and music educators. Subdivided into categories such as “teaching tools,” “learning tools,” and “performing tools,” each tool is a practical, thought-provoking idea striving to both motivate and inspire the […]

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Dec / Jan 2006

January 24, 2007

Superscope CD Recorder The PSD330 features one-touch recording and a built-in microphone that, “makes recording speech or music to CDs easy, and with professional results.” Superscope’s PSD330 records directly on common CD-R or CD-RW discs. “Record-Review” allows you to immediately listen to the last recorded track, with one touch of a button. “Minute Track” automatically […]

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Oct / Nov 2006

November 1, 2006

Type A Tube Mic from RedFollowing on the success of their solid state Type B microphone, Red Microphones recently introduced the Type A, a tube microphone based on a system of interchangeable capsules. The Type A vacuum tube microphone system is a high quality innovative and unique solution for virtually any critical recording need. Combining […]

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