The Boosta Grande™ clean boost is back in a new compact chassis to conserve space on your pedal board. But some of you may be wondering just what the purpose of the Boosta Grande™ is and why it is so …cool that it received the Guitar Player Editor’s Pick Award. Well, we’re glad you asked because Nick Jaffe just posted a great demonstration video of the Boosta Grande™. Nick uses his killer G&L Fallout™ along with BBE pedals including a Blacksmith™ analog distortion, 427™ Distortion, Two-Timer™ analog delay and Soul Vibe™ rotary simulator to show you nearly every possible use for the Boosta Grande™. You gotta check it out!
Used Epiphone Elitist Byrdland
Both Guitar and Case are in excellent condition.
Pick guard has few scratches.
Back- Like New!…
Call for more info. 956-682-6147
Based on the Gibson L5, the Byrdland was created by jazz guitarist Billy Byrd and Hank Garland in 1955. It features a unique 23.50″ short-scale length, solid, carved Spruce top with Flame Maple back and side and gold Grover Imperial tuners. What a thing of beauty! and with it’s two USA Humbuckers and Ebony bridge, the Brydland has earned a distinctive place in guitar history.
Remote controlled drums for complete illumination sparkle and effects!
Remote controlled drums for complete illumination sparkle and effects.
Look for the video next week for the drum corp lighted marching drums on the field!
For more info, Call Melhart Music Center – 956-682-6147
Professional Marching Drums
In Stock for Immediate Delivery
7 ply Maple Shells
Custom Lacquer Finishes
Snare with Carrier $662
Quints with Carrier $849
Bass Drum with Carrier $490- $575
DCI Drum Corps proudly uses
Melhart Marching Drumline, Marimbas, Professional Trumpets
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Adamson Brass Mouthpieces with Precision Marching for Ultimate Sound with Special Pricing!!
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Classical guitarist, Tavi Jinariu, performs Wild Mountain Thyme on a Cordoba Torres model from the Master series. This guitar is handmade in Oxnard, CA and resembles the smaller body and shorter scale of Torres’ original 1888 design (25.2 in / 640 mm scale length), while taking other design elements from his 1860 and 1864 models for the neck, headstock, bridge and decorative elements. A few modern refinements such as a truss rod, geared tuning machines, durable finish, and non-gut strings were added to improve on what was not available in the 1800s but are essential today. The result is an instrument that exemplifies authentic Torres designs, voicing, and feel, and captures a rare piece of guitar making history.