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  • Peavey Vypyr 15 – Imagine a 15-watt, 4-channel guitar amp with 11 great effects for amazing tonal textures and a price tage of just $99.99! Not surprisingly, it’s from Peavey! It incorporates TransTube technology for a truly responsive tube feel and includes an auxiliary input for MP3 or CD players, as well as a headphone/recording output. A high-performance 8″ speaker pumps out a surprising amount of volume, while a built-in tuner and looper provide superior tools for any guitarist. All Vypyr amplifiers are based on powerful 32-bit, floating-point SHARC processors that enable highly detailed, accurate modeling as well as vastly enhanced flexibility and features.
  • Peavey Vypyr 75 – When 15 watts just isn’t enough, the Peavey Vypyr 75 modeling guitar amplifier offers an amazing level of performance at a surprisingly affordable price. The 75-watt, 4-channel Vypyr 75 gives you 24 amp models (clean and distorted channels from 12 popular amplifiers), plus 11 preamp stompbox-style effects and 11 “post-amp” effects, all of which can be easily edited. Naturally it includes Peavey’s own TransTube technology, as well as a Power Sponge attenuator. It even includes a built-in USB 2.0 output, making it a high-quality interface for putting killer guitar tones directly into your computer!
  • Vox Satchurator Distortion Pedal – This unassuming little pedal gives you the authentic sound of one of rock’s most revered and imitated guitarists, Joe Satriani. Using Satch’s approach to his tone (a distortion unit going into a clean amp), the Satchurator features controls for gain, tone, and volume, as well as a boost switch, a pad to attenuate high-gain signals from other pedals in the chain, and a responsive Dynamic circuit, which allows you to get a wide range of distortion tones with your guitar’s volume knob without sacrificing high frequencies. After almost a year of painstaking experimentation and road testing, Satriani and the VOX R&D team discovered the secrets to capturing the ultimate distortion tone in a modern-day pedal!
  • Casio CTK3000 – The new CTK-3000 61-key portable keyboard is packed with amazingly realistic sounds and music-making features, so it’s perfect for beginning players, advanced players, and everyone in between! Sporting 400 sounds, 150 rhythms, 110 songs, and built-in lessons, plus a new sampling function that makes it infinitely more fun to play. There’s a killer stereo grand piano, plus all of the built-in sounds have been improved using Casio’s new AHL technology (Acoustic and Highly compressed Large-waveform). Casio also increased the polyphony to 48 notes, so you don’t have to worry about sounds dropping out when you play extensive passages. There are even 10 reverb effects onboard for further shaping your sound.

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