We just got in three really great ones.
The one in Lake Placid Blue is a parts body with a USA Stratocaster neck and two Curtis Novak pickups. It’s a roller too, honey…
Next is a CIJ Jazzmaster in Mary Kay. No explanation necessary there.
Finally, Ol’ swamp thing. It is a ’64 body with a nice 60’s C shape neck, a Novak bridge pickup and a Duncan Hot in the neck position.
Come check ’em out.
We touched on this a little while ago, but we just got a new shipment so ALARM! ALARM! ALARM!
If any of you drummers (or drummer friendly folk) have been in our drum shop recently, you may have noticed our the new turkish cymbal line we’re now carrying, Supernaturals Cymbals. These are a great handcrafted turkish cymbal that aren’t a shot to your wallet.
We’re carrying two of their lines in stock right now, Diamond Drive and Heritage. We can, of course, get any of their lines by special order.
Supernaturals Diamond Drive cymbals are very crisp, clean and have great sustain. The Heritage line are raw, dry and complex.
We just received a new batch and currently have:
16″, 17″, 18″ and 19″ Crashes
21″ and 22″ Rides
16″, 18″ and 20″ Crashes
Come check these awesome cymbals out before we sell out!
Our website is now searchable! Simply click on “gear for sale”, then hit the “search” button, and dive in!
We have a beautiful set of vintage Jenco Vibes (also known as “vibrabells” in the early days of Jenco) on our floor right now. A 2.5 octave from C-F with 1.5″ x 0.5″ Aluminum bars, a perfect size for the space conscious New Yorker. The motor is in awesome condition and they sound amazing. With a Black Diamond Pearl finish, these will be a great addition to someone’s studio or music project.
Everyone knows about what happened to Jonathan but not everyone knows about this show. Help out our dear friend Jonny T by going to this benefit at Williamsburg Music Hall on Thursday, January 12. Show us your ticket for the event and you’ll get 10% off on any merchandise in the store between now and the show. Get busy and buy a ticket. And tell your friends to buy a ticket. Tell your grandmother to buy a ticket too, and even your grandfather.
My personal favorite era in Fender amp history.
Two Browns and an extremely rare blonde Bandmaster 112 thrown in to up the “holy shit” factor.
The 1962 Pro is pretty much unbeatable with its mighty 15 inch speaker. Mids! low mids! Hit it with a P90 and slay. Then there’s the little guy – 1961 Princeton. These two are equipped with arguably the best tremolo circuit ever put into an amplifier. Finally, there’s the 1963 Bandmaster 112 combo. Such a beautiful amp, and incredibly rare. It’s so exciting to have amps like these around.