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Posted on February 14, 2013 by Joe Stachowiak
Absolute Music Ltd are proud to announce the appointment of Exclusive European Dealership for McPherson Acoustic Guitars.
Hand crafted in Wisconsin, USA, McPherson Guitars (mcphersonguitars.com) are currently setting the benchmark for modern acoustic guitar manufacturing and tone. Combining the best in materials and workmanship with highly innovative design features, McPherson Guitars have become one of the most "talked about" success stories in the world of acoustic guitar building.
Posted on March 6, 2013 by Joe Stachowiak
Throughout March and April 2013, if you buy a Boss DD-7, RC-3 or RC-30 looper pedal, Boss will chuck in a relevant freebie! You can grab a FREE power supply with every DD-7 Digital Delay and a FREE footswitch with every RC-3 and RC-30! Read on for full information on how to claim...
Posted on March 7, 2013 by Joe Stachowiak
Just a quick shout to let you all know that we've recently expanded the range of Electro-Harmonix pedals that we stock! Electro-Harmonix pedals are hugely popular and for good reason - they're built well and they sound fantastic!!!
To add to our existing Electro-Harmonix range, we're excited to announce that we will now also be stocking the RTG Random Tone Generator, Ring Thing Single Sideband Modulator, Germanium OD, Muff Overdrive, #1 Echo Digital Delay, Neo Mistress Flanger, Doctor Q Envelope Follower, ChillSwitch Momentary Line Selector, Screaming Bird Treble Booster and Epitome Multi Effects Pedal.
Posted on March 18, 2013 by James Hamer
When TC Electronic released the original Flashback Delay pedal, its wide-ranging delay tones & the inclusion of TC's TonePrint technology made it a unit that stood out from the crowd. Now, with the Flashback X4, TC have listened to user feedback & expanded upon an already winning formula to achieve a result that is even more compelling than the original.
Posted on March 27, 2013 by James Hamer
Next Step is essentially a line of expression-based effects pedals that contain no moving parts & instead utilise the same technology as you would find in a smartphone to ascertain the position of the pedal as you rock it back & forth. The advantages of this are two-fold: firstly, the lack of any moving parts should mean zero maintenance, as well as increased reliability &, secondly, it allows for much smoother, friction-free operation.