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Fender Blues DeVille Harmonicas 7 Pack with Case
Fender Harmonicas

Fender Blues DeVille Harmonicas 7 Pack with Case

£229.99

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The Fender Blues DeVille Harmonicas 7 Pack with Case features 7  10-hole Blues DeVille diatonic harmonicas, plus a case, for a significantly lower cost than buying the items individually. The Blues DeVille delivers bright, bold tone and uncompromised pro quality, with phosphor bronze reeds, moisture-resistant ABS combs, gold-etched casing and other features that make it a reliable choice for serious performers. The keys included in this pack are C, G, A, D, F, E, Bb, which will cover most popular songs, especially if 2nd position is utilised. The phosphor bronze reeds are responsive, and give a rich, warm sound. They also provide significantly greater longevity than traditional brass reeds, and, when they do need replacing, reed plate sets are available for all keys. About Fender Fender Musical Instrument Corp can trace it origins to Leo Fender’s original business – Fender Radio Service, which repaired and maintained PAs and radio equipment in the 1930s and 1940s. After a brief foray into the production of lap steel guitars, Fender began to focus on the burgeoning market for solid body electric guitars. The result was the Telecaster - a simple and relatively affordable electric guitar that did without the glued in neck and more expensive detailing of the Gibson Les Paul, which was its main rival in the early electric guitar marketplace. Consequently, the Telecaster was substantially cheaper than the Gibson, leading to its adoption by many an up and coming band. Fender today produces a range of amplifiers and instruments, from beginners' models to extremely high end professional level equipment. Harmonicas are a recent addition to the Fender portfolio of instruments, but the Blues Deluxe has the same level build quality, playability and tone you would expect from any product from one of the world's most famous musical instrument manufacturers.... Read more
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Fender Mississippi Sax Harmonica Case
Fender Harmonicas

Fender Mississippi Sax Harmonica Case

£110.99

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The Fender Mississippi Sax Harmonica Case enables you to carry your diatonic harmonica collection in style with this great case that includes room for all your accessories—including a microphone. A locking latch keeps your gear safely where it belongs while you're on set breaks or during transportation. The durable exterior and soft plush interior replicate the look of Fender instrument cases. Two removable trays make it easy to organize your accessories while the removable divider splits the large compartment for increased protection and organization. Includes two keys; also ideal for holding and organizing instrument tools. Perfect for transporting your Fender harmonicas. About Fender Musical Instument Corp Fender Musical Instrument Corp can trace it origins back to Fender Radio Service, which was involved in the repair and maintenance of  PA systems and radio equipment in the 1930s. Leo Fender's interest in guitars led to him producing a lap steel guitar in the 1940s. This in turn helped to move the company's interest to the production of instruments, resulting in Fender producing one of the earliest solid body electric guitars – the Telecaster. This differed from other solid bodied electrics, such as the Les Paul, by dint of its bolted on neck, which reduced production costs significantly, whilst still providing great tone and feel. Later developments saw the creation of the Stratocaster, Jazzmaster and Jaguar guitars and the Jazz and Precision bass guitars. The company is also still involved in the manufacturing of amplifiers, including famous models such as the Twin Reverb and Blues Deville. Harmonicas are a fairly recent product line from Fender, but the their experience in the production and design of musical instruments has allowed them to offer a small range of harmonicas and related accessories that can really compare well with those of more established harmonica companies. Each instrument and accessory also comes with a distinctive Fender look and feel that is certain to appeal to Fender fans and new players alike.... Read more
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Fender Pro Junior IV Combo Valve Amplifier
Fender Harmonicas

Fender Pro Junior IV Combo Valve Amplifier

£437.99

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Fender Pro Junior IV Combo Valve Amplifier - Long-revered by players of all stripes, the 15-watt Pro Junior IV adds a modified volume circuit and a classic tweed appearance to this workhorse amplifier. A compact and straightforward tone machine, this amp is ideal for harmonica players who need great tone and remarkably touch-sensitive dynamic response. Modifying the volume circuit allows for more gradual and linear breakup as volume increases, making it easier to precisely dial-in tones that range from sparkling and pristine to gritty and mean. We’ve revoiced the Pro Junior IV’s overdrive circuit, tightening the bass response while improving the clarity and definition for tone that snarls with attitude when pushed. Jensen speakers are the traditional Fender amp speakers, featuring sweet articulation with cool vintage-style breakup when pushed. The exclusive lacquer tweed covering has a fresh-from-the-factory look straight from the late '50s and a vibe that's cool on any stage. In addition to the handsome covering, this amp features the silvery style of a mirrored chrome control panel capped with a Fender hallmark: a vintage-style jewel light. As a special touch, this amp’s handle is carefully crafted from leather. Not only is the handle durable and stylish, the all-leather construction is an authentic detail from our past. Electronics Voltage 120V Wattage 15 Watts Controls Volume, Tone Channels One Inputs One - 1/4" Hardware Cabinet Material 3/4" Particle Board Amplifier Covering Lacquered Tweed Grille Cloth 50s Style Amplifier Jewel Red LED Front Panel Chrome Handle Vintage Leather Strap Speakers Speakers One - 10" Jensen® P10R Total Impedance 8 ohms Tubes Preamp Tubes 2 x 12AX7 Power Tubes 2 x EL84 Rectifier Solid State Measurements Amp Height 14.5" (36.83 cm) Amp Depth 8.75" (22.22 cm) Amp Width 15.25" (38.73 cm) Amp Weight 22.85 lbs (10.36 kg) ... Read more
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Hohner Bob Dylan Harmonica (Without Presentation Case)
Hohner Harmonicas

Hohner Bob Dylan Harmonica (Without Presentation Case)

£41.99

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This is the same harp as the Bob Dylan Signature edition, but has two important differences: first, it comes without the presentation case, which makes it considerably less expensive; second, it is available in the keys of D and F as well as C (the Signature harp is available only in C). The harp itself is identical to the Signature edition, and is based on Hohner's popular Blues Harp MS model. It features a sealed doussie comb, brass reeds and has a bright bluesie tone that is suitable for a range of music, from folk to blues and pop... Read more
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Hohner Harpblaster Microphone
Hohner Harmonicas

Hohner Harpblaster Microphone

£167.99

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The new standard in harp microphones The Hohner Harpblaster microphone is modelled after the sound of legendary vintage harp microphones and with the help of professional players, HOHNER and sE Electronics have created the HB52 Harp Blaster, a dynamic harmonica microphone. Boutique features such as the Bourns® potentiometer and the gold plated XLR connector and state of the art manufacturing make it the new standard in harmonica microphones. About sE Electronics After studying Western Composition at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and moving on to become a successful conductor, composer, and bassoon player, Mr. Siwei Zou was invited to California State University as a visiting scholar in their music department. During his first years in San Francisco, his contacts in Shanghai would send him newly-developed microphones with which to record. Though he was impressed with the performance of these models, he was unhappy with their machining and design, and began suggesting changes. At this point, sE began to take shape as a business. In the company's infancy, all sE microphones were produced by the same large-scale manufacturing facilities that still produce mics for dozens of brands known around the world. However, Siwei felt the need for a higher standard of quality and artistic control over his mics, and in 2003 the company opened its very own production facility in Shanghai. Since 2008, the sE factory has been run by Siwei's daughter, who presides over the day-to-day operations of the company and all of its 65 employees, including their team of 12 skilled staff engineers. At this facility, sE manufactures nearly everything that goes into their microphones. Today, sE Electronics is made up of specialized design, engineering and production teams, and has a global sales and marketing team across Europe and the USA.... Read more
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Peavey H5-C Harmonica Microphone

Peavey H5-C Harmonica Microphone

£83.99

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Peavey H5-C Harmonica Microphone -The H-5 is specially contoured and features an On/Off switch and rotary volume level control in easy reach to give harmonica players control over their instrument. In addition to its light weight and high performance, the H-5 features a durable, rubberized housing and ships with a detachable mini-XLR to 1/4" microphone cable. About Peavey Driven by an unmatched legacy of innovation and a total dedication to quality and reliability, Peavey Electronics embodies the pursuit of perfection in music and audio. It's our unifying spirit. It's proven. And it continues today. For nearly five decades, Peavey has blazed its own path toward musical perfection. Founded by Hartley Peavey in 1965 as a one-man shop, today Peavey Electronics Corporation is one of the largest makers and suppliers of musical instruments, amplifiers and professional audio systems in the world—distributing more than 2,000 products to more than 130 countries. Hartley has famously said, "In order to be better, by definition you must be different." What makes Peavey different is a commitment to approaching business with a unique vision, from product design to distribution to being the largest independently owned manufacturer in the business. His quest has led to more than 180 patents and innovations in the way we hear and play music. Hartley Peavey is not only the visionary, lead engineer and chief executive, but also the lynchpin that connects a rich history to a bright future. And his founding principles of quality, reliability and innovation are still the focus of engineering and manufacturing operations that span continents and languages, customs and cultures.... Read more
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Roly Platt Harp Wah with Wah Claw

Roly Platt Harp Wah with Wah Claw

£51.99

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Note - this product now ships with the Wah Claw handle included. The Roly Platt Harp Wah evolved from Roly's need for a device that could produce consistent and controllable wah and mute effects on the harmonica. After experimenting with various ad hoc implements (cans, cups and mugs) he decided that he needed something better, and thus the Harp Wah was born! Constructed from anodised and polished aluminium, the Harp Wah not only looks and sounds great but will also stand up to a lifetime of use. Almost all ten hole diatonic harmonicas will fit in its input slot, and wider harmonicas, such as low low tuning Seydels will also work with a slightly modified grip. The Harp Wah has great projection and allows the player to create a whole range of sounds that would be extremely difficult to achieve in a consistent and controllable way through standard playing techniques and mechanisms. With a design that works well with all sizes of hands and is suitable for left and right handed players, the Harp Wah has a natural feel to which you quickly become accustomed. In short, it's a perfect way of getting a whole range of new tones and expressions from your harmonica. Now available in Cobalt Blue, Midnight Black and anodised green as well as silver.... Read more
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Supro 1606 Super 1 x 8 Amp

Supro 1606 Super 1 x 8 Amp

£733.99

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The Supro 1606 Super 1 x 8 Amp is a reissue of the iconic  1 x8 combo amp made by Supro in the early 1960s. With a single volume knob—and nothing else—the Supro Super lets you hear the full tonal range of the tube preamp found in vintage Supro amplifiers. The purposeful absence of EQ controls in this amp’s original design eliminates the passive components that inevitably weigh down the raw power coming from the preamp when a tone knob is included in the circuit. The no-frills, high-gain preamp found in the Supro Super feeds directly into a Class A, 6V6-equipped, single-ended, 5-Watt power amp that dates to the company’s pre-war origins as one of the first American tube amp manufacturers. The pristine, high-gain audio path of the Supro Super has made it a favorite of recording artists and guitar-lovers around the world, as well as one of the most popular vintage Supro items on the used market. The image of a mic’d up vintage Supro 1606 Super amp is featured prominently in the liner notes of the 2016 Rolling Stones album, Blue and Lonesome, revealed as the CD is lifted from the jewel case. The voicing of this USA-assembled reissue of the Supro Super amplifier was meticulously derived from a vintage example loaned to Supro USA by Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry. To capture the sound of the vintage Jensen speaker found in the original Supro amps of the early 1960s, the 1606 Super features a custom-made 8” speaker that was designed by Eminence and Supro USA with help from Iowa State University, where Supro was able to laser scan and recreate the speaker cone from a “golden sample” of their favorite vintage Jensen speaker. Although the Super 1 x 8 is marketed as a guitar amp, it makes an amazing harmonica amp - it's portable, great sounding, and has the sort of overdrive sound that only true Class A amps can offer. Perfect for pairing with our Bulletini microphones.... Read more
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Xvive Microphone Wireless System

Xvive Microphone Wireless System

£262.99

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The Xvive Microphone Wireless System provides a simple and straight-forward solution to the problems of using a traditional wired and wireless microphone systems. Using compact and low-profile transmitters and receivers, the U3’s extensive frequency range and super-low latency allows your performance to run smoothly, reliably and sound its very best, every single night. Use the U3 for wirelessly miking vocals, guitar cabs and instruments at gigs, public speakers at presentations, in video production or transmit from any DI source/XLR output; plug the receiver into your sound mixer, PA system or recording device and enjoy 5 hours of hassle-free performance and superlative sound quality. The 2.4GHz band is optimal for microphone wireless,  and approved for use in Europe, South America, Asia and Australia. It has less than 5ms Latency and Simultaneous broadcasts on 6 channels and  frequency response is broad at 20Hz - 20KHz. It has 5 hours of battery life (Rechargeable battery for both Transmitter & Receiver) so it's perfect for longer gigs and rehearsals. Compatible with dynamic microphones. U3 wireless removes the complexity and frustration from traditional wireless microphone system use, creating a flexible, all-in-one solution that makes your favourite live or studio microphone into a performance-ready wireless microphone.... Read more
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Xvive V5 Delay Pedal

Xvive V5 Delay Pedal

£52.99

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The Xvive V5 Delay Pedal provides analog style delay from 2ms to 600ms. It has a warm vintage tone that is perfect for use with the harmonica. A whole range of sounds are available from this rugged and compact pedal, from short, slapback delay, which adds depth to solos, through to full on long, spacey echoes reminiscent of 60s and 70s psychedelia. Shorter delay time, with low levels of feedback and mix are also useful to provide reverb-style sounds -perfect if you're playing through an amp that doesn't feature spring reverb, or has a poor reverb sound. The V5 features true bypass, so when it's switched off, via the chunky and positive footswitch, you know that it's not affecting your tone. The in built LED light provides an easy to see visual indicator of its status - especially useful in gigs, where light levels are often low. Like all of the Xvive micro series, the V5 features a sturdy metal body that is designed to withstand years of use. It offers controls for echo, time and feedback, enabling you to fine tune your sound. The echo function controls the level of the effect, the time function controls the length of delay - from 2m/s to 600ms/s - and the feedback function controls the number of repeats. We also stock Xvive reverb and overdrive pedals - check out our range of effects pedals here. Note that this pedal requires a 9v DC power supply (not included).  ... Read more
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