there have been many phone calls in the last couple of weeks. Many of you have been wondering if we were getting in a new shipment of Cryptic contact mics. Some of you have been wondering if they even really existed. Alas, they do exist, and, they were actually on their way. Wait no longer and come get ’em while they are still here.
That’s right. Critter and Guitari have a new addition to the family – it’s cute, but a total beast of a bass synth. 16 keys (1 octave + 4 notes + it’s midi so you can use a controller and get whatever you want out of it = come play one).
It has a Kaleidoloop™ – style recording/sequence function that not only records what you keyed, it records knob positions – even if you do a sweep while playing, it will play it back exactly as recorded.
so many great Les Pauls in at the moment.
(L to R)
1990 Les Paul Studio that has aged like an old custom
2005 Les Paul Standard with a nice “plus” top
In the year 2000 : They made a limited edition Les Paul Deluxe that will destroy your life.
1985 ’58 Les Paul PRE historic reissue. Amazing.
1991 40th Anniversary Les Paul with P-100s. A beautiful guitar with production limited to 300.
’00 Les Paul Classic with some pickup upgrades: A JB in the bridge position and an Antiquity in the neck position.
Long live Les.
We’re celebrating our 15 year anniversary with a weekend long 10 percent off sale! 10 percent off everything? Yes, 10 percent off everything. Starting today, Friday 4/27 til Sunday 4/29. Stop by and pick up all the things you’ve been putting off.
Thanks for keeping us around for the last 15 years and beyond!
We just got in a ’68 Gibson ES-345 that is nothing short of amazing. The early patent number pickups are tasty – this guitar can do anything you want and is such a pleasure to play. I try not to play favorites and all, but it’s my new favorite.
Check out that ’63 Bassman that’s parked beside it. It’s just sitting there with a matching 212 – no big deal. Two bad machines.
The Sola Sound MKII Tonebender. If you know it (you should), you love it. These very special, very powerful, very handsome repros were made by our friend Chris right here in NY. Housed in a custom, rugged casing, the handmade circuit contains mostly NOS parts. Germanium. Germanium – I love that word. New electrolytics, really beautiful wiring. Nice job on these Chris, the circuit is beautiful. Peeps, lovers of the tonebender. The need to check out this fuzz is greater than you realize. Two of us already snatched a couple for ourselves. Ask for the LIC Professional MKII. Yeeow.
* ’58 Gibson ES-175
* ’58 Gibson ES-225
* ’57 Gibson EB-1
* ’60 Gibson ES-125
* ’68 Fender Bronco in Fiesta Red
* ’74 Fender Mustang
* ’75 Fender Telecaster Bass
* ’79 Fender Stratocaster in Antigua
A big thanks to our friends and followers for another great year. Have a safe, happy and healthy holiday.
Main Drag Music