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  • Steinberg HALion Symphonic Orchestra – We’ve been impatiently waiting for this one a long time. Just imagine the awesome power and sheer sonic majesty of a full symphonic orchestra under your total control – 27GB of samples in both 16- and 24-bit versions. Create evocative scores, exquisite arrangements and emotive accompaniments with this cost-effective symphonic instrument for composition, production and pre-production in music, TV and film scoring, and game sound. Best of all, HSO connects to everything

  • Fender American Series Jazz Bass – One of the world’s best-selling bass, the Fender Jazz Bass just got better! With the new S-1 switching system, you can get great Jazz and P-Bass from one instrument. With the S-1 switch engaged, it switches the pickups from parallel to series giving this instrument a fatter, beefier, almost humbucking-type sound. It comes in some great new finishes and features a solid alder or ash body (depending on color) and a graphite-reinforced, modern “C”-shaped maple neck with a satin polyurethane finish (available with maple or rosewood fingerboard).

  • Tapco Mix.260FX – The Mix Series represents the best value in cost-effective, small-format mixers for musicians, engineers, educational institutions, and hobbyists. It’s got a user-friendly feature set and an intuitive layout for easy access to all controls. Educators, in particular, will appreciate the Kensington security lock. The 12-channel Mix 260fx features 20-bit built-in effects processing with 256 presets, 3-band EQ with sweepable mids, and phantom power.

  • Damage Control Liquid Blues – This dual-tube overdrive pedal can really blast out some smokin’ hot solo sounds, but thanks to the unique Clarity control, you can also keep it clean, even while you increase your overall volume. The Drive knob takes you from clean to medium-gain tones, while the Opto-Compressor controls the dynamics of the clipping, from a raw roar to something a bit smoother and more sophisticated. Used in front of your amp, it’s like adding on an additional hot-rodded channel!

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