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  • PRS Custom 24
    The Custom is at the core of the PRS line. It’s the guitar Paul Reed Smith took to his very first trade show back in 1985. Today, it still comes with all the features that made it such a hit two decades ago, including the patented PRS tremolo bridge, locking tuners, and the beautifully carved, figured maple top that’s a PRS hallmark. This Custom 24 sports a Vintage Yellow finish, a 24-fret mahogany set neck with Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and headstock with the distinctive 20th Anniversary “Birds in Flight” inlays. The Custom 24 has two hot humbucking pickups with a unique five-way selector switch for extra tonal variations.

  • TAPCO Mix 220FX
    The Mix Series represents the best value in cost-effective, entry-level small-format mixers for musicians, entry-level engineers and educational institutions. It has a feature set that won’t overwhelm anyone plus an intuitive layout that offers easy access to all the controls. Educators in particular will appreciate the Kensington security lock (great for dorms, desktops or music labs). The surprisingly affordable 8-channel Mix 220fx features 20-bit built-in effects with 256 presets, three-band EQ with sweepable mids and phantom power. Quite simply, an amazing value!

  • Fender Power Jazz Bass
    Bass guitars tend to be big and that can mean heavy, too. So the Deluxe Jazz Bass comes with the distinctive “offset waist” body design, but made from alder, which is resonant, but relatively light. You’ll certainly appreciate that after two or three hours up on stage or in the studio. It also has a nicely balanced maple neck with a modern “C” shape and a rosewood fingerboard. The Deluxe Series Jazz Bass has two single-coil Jazz Bass pickups in the neck and bridge positions plus a Fishman “In the Saddle” piezo pickup. This allows easy access to a wide range of acoustic and electric bass tones, including tasty blends of the two.

  • Yamaha YPG-225
    This 76-note portable keyboard is sure to appeal to keyboard players of all levels, from beginners to serious hobbyists and even semi-pros. It features USB connectivity for quick and easy connection to a computer and the Internet, 32 notes of polyphony, six-track recording capabilities and a built-in speaker system. Performance Assistant Technology ensures error-free performances, Music Database offers complete keyboard setups by song title, and Yamaha’s ultra-realistic Portable Grand function is activated by the press of a button. The built-in Yamaha Education Suite incorporates progressive exercises and timing lessons to help develop two-hand proficiency.

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