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Every Wednesday Musician’s Friend puts up an incredible deal on a piece of equipment. I’ve seen everything from high quality, large diaphragm microphones to premium guitars to studio software packages. You never know what they’re going to feature but it’s always a fantastic deal. You can save a bundle of money but you have to buy between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, Pacific Time on Wednesday to get this deal. Click on the banners to check it out.
If you find a lower price on a purchase from Musician’s Friend anywhere else within 45 days, Musician’s Friend will refund you the difference in the price.
It’s that time of year between Christmas and New Years where the prices on new music equipment really start to come down. As any live musician knows, it’s also the time of year to buy any miscellaneous equipment that you want to claim on your taxes for 2008. So if you’re low on strings or you want to purchase a new Fender Stratocaster, now is the perfect time to do that because you can write them off on your tax return in a month or so. That being said, some really great price drops will happen all through January as well as the retailers and online merchants will really be working to get your business. That’s where the Musician’s Friend 45 day low price guarantee really come into play. Continue reading “Peace Of Mind With Musician’s Friend 45 Day Low Price Guarantee”
There are still some excellent deals on music equipment for the live musician on your shopping list. The best online music equipment retailers are really giving out some great deals that can save you a bunch of money. Another thing to remember is if you buy your equipment before the end of 2008, you can deduct your equipment expenses on your tax return this tax season. (Which reminds me, I have some cash from gigs that I still need to spend…) Anyway, check out the great deals going on right now at Musician’s Friend, Music123, ZZounds and iTunes.
So you want that Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster? Or maybe you’re really itching to buy the Fender Cyber-Twin SE amplifier that I’ve been talking about? Well, through December 2, 2008 you can save $200 on these items. Not only that, but you can get Free Shipping as well. I’m telling you, now is the time to buy those big ticket items. Hurry because this sale is ending December 2, 2008.
UPDATE! Well, you missed the $200 off sale, but Musician’s Friend is now offering fabulous holiday deals on all kinds of equipment. So you can still find great deals at Musician’s Friend. They’ve also broken down the categories into specific price ranges. Click on the banner below to see all the great deals at Musician’s Friend.
Here are some of the best deals for the live musician on your shopping list this Christmas. You can save a lot of money by using the following list of links to do your shopping. You can save 15%, 20% or even 89% on music equipment and accessories with some of these deals. There’s also a lot of chances to get free shipping on your orders, regardless of the weight and you know how heavy speakers and amps can be. You could save hundreds of dollars on shipping costs alone. There’s also a link to excellent equipment rebates and gift guides as well. Amazon’s Black Friday deals are huge this year too and they have a great selection of music and music equipment. Continue reading “Get Ready For Christmas With Black Friday Deals”
It’s that time of year again and I like to get my Christmas shopping done early so I can relax and enjoy the holiday season. For the live musician there are so many opportunities to be out playing gigs that shopping during December can just be crazy. One thing I’ve noticed about being a musician is that a lot of my friends are musicians too. It’s always tricky buying things for each other and it can be tough to think of new things to get for the players in your band year after year. I mean how many guitar picks and sets of strings can you give out before it all just becomes the same old boring routine?
That’s why I totally appreciate having a good musicians gift guide to use while I do my shopping. So today I’m going to give you links to 3 excellent gift guides from the top Internet music stores. I don’t know about you but I love ordering online and just waiting for the gifts to show up on my doorstep. It’s great to avoid all the crazy Christmas crowds at the stores. The only crazy Christmas crowds I like are the ones at the front of the stage cheering my live band on. So follow the links below for great musician gift guides.
Yup, it’s that time of year again and the best music equipment always sells out early around Christmas. Musician’s Friend has a Hot Deal for every live musician out there no matter what you play. Here are some links to help you find the best deals at Musician’s Friend. Continue reading “Hot Deals For Christmas From Musician’s Friend”
Every live musician wants to save money. That’s why you owe it to yourself to check out Musician’s Friends rebate page. They have rebates on hundreds of items in every category from Live Sound to Accessories. Going to the rebate page is an easy way to start your shopping list and find some gifts for your buddies this year.
This weeks Offbeat Product from Music123 is such a cool device that I just had to post about it on Live Musician Central. It’s the Hiwatt Echo-Theremin. If you don’t know what a Theremin is it’s an extremely unique instrument. You’ve probably heard it in many old Sci-Fi movies making a ghostly whistling noise. Musically it was made famous in the Rock-N-Roll world when the Beach Boys played a Theremin solo on their song “Good Vibrations”, it’s that whistling, synth type sound. Yes the Theremin is cool and it’s a fun instrument to play around with.
Here’s a little history, the theremin was invented in 1920 by a Russian physicist named Lev Sergeiyvich Termin, his name was later changed toe Leon Theremin. So the instrument has been around for a while and has assumed many forms over the years. The unique thing is you play the instrument without touching it. A theremin usually has an antenna that works by changing the pitch as you move your hand closer or further away from the antenna. As you move your hand closer, the pitch gets higher. Move your hand away and the pitch gets lower. If you practice you can play some real music on the Theremin.