Welcome to the first roundup of March! Let's check out what's been going on in the shop.
In case you missed it, we are now carrying Tour Gear Designs Flat Patch Cables. They are an excellent, high-quality, patch cable that will keep your board tidy and sounding great. For a full deep-dive into all of their features, check out our full blog post on what makes them so great.
A gorgeous new Ernie Ball Music Man StingRay Special has landed in bass land. Finished in "Burnt-Ends" with a shell pickguard, roasted maple neck, and rosewood fingerboard, this one screams vibe. Of course, it sounds pretty rad, too.
The Eurorack fan-favorite Plaits from Mutable Instruments is back in stock! This is undoubtedly one of the most popular modules of all time. If you're looking for a versatile audio source that covers a wide range of synth and percussion sounds that doesn't take up a ton of room in your case, you really should try the Plaits. Just be sure to grab one before they're gone again!
Per usual, we have good selection of used gear throughout the shop. Let's take a look at some the highlights!
From the '70s comes a classic Gretsch drum kit with the "stop sign" logo badge featuring the original Sky Blue Pearl wrap. This five piece kit includes the snare and shells sized at 12x8, 13x9, 16x16 and 20x14 for the bass drum. We can't ship this one to you, but if you're in the area, you are definitely encouraged to check it out!
Sticking with the vintage motif, we've got a used Humphrey Amps Espresso Studio Combo. This is a modern amp with point-to-point circuitry, but the design is certainly reminiscent of days gone by. With its leather-wrapped baltic birch cabinet, this one looks as awesome as it sounds!
That'll wrap it up for us this week! Be sure to check back next week as we continue to catalogue your next shop find, and as always, thanks for hanging.