You may not know it, but First Act makes a lot of products. They are a musical instrument manufacturer. First Act produces Guitars, Basses, Drum Kits, Percussion instruments, Amplifiers, and an array of different accessories. First Act was founded in 1995, so they have been around a while. Today we are going to take a look at one of their guitars.
This is the ME301. Read More
Gibson Limited Edition SG Standard 24
Electric Guitar with Case
Gibson made a Tony Iommi guitar that was 24 fret for those who wanted a 24 fret SG guitar. Then in 2011 for Gibson’s 50th Anniversary, they issued a limited run of 24 fret Gibson SG’s. Unfortunately, I didn’t get one of those, but Gibson also put out a limited run of 24 fret SG’s in 2012 and I got one! This model is supposed to be only available at American Musical Supply and that is where I purchased mine.
Multi-Track Digital Recorder
I actually wanted to get the Zoom MRS 1608. I suppose like some of you out there, I was reading about it and wanting to get it, but the price always had it on the wish list. Then I finally was ready to purchase it, and it became obsolete because of the Zoom HD16. Electronics and technology moves by so fast that, ya know what? This is now obsolete by the R16 and R24, but I think I’ll keep mine.
Zoom products, for as long as I can remember, have always been a quality product with more features than a man or woman can use. When I was looking for a home studio recorder I naturally looked at prices. Their price initially drew me in, but after checking out the features, I was sold on it even if it would have cost more.
AKG WMS 40 Pro Mini
In case you didn’t watch my video on opening the AKG WMS 40 Pro Mini up, here is the link to watch it. You should watch it before reading this review. AKG WMS 40 Pro Mini Grand Opening.
Below is a video and here is an overview of the features that this wireless system has:
I have been looking for something that I can play at the house without blowing everyone’s eardrums out. Sometimes when writing music, I get up at weird hours and work on things. Well, I came upon this for sale really cheap because the music shop guy selling it didn’t know how to set the switches and he thought it wasn’t working properly. In fact, I didn’t know till I got it home. I thought it was going to be a fixer-upper. But once I researched it and saw what was set wrong, It now works great! For a 15 watt head, this is a powerhouse of amp.
There are many stories that explain the origin of the Native American Flute. Since my knowledge is only of what I have touched and felt, I do not know. But my grandfather told me that each one was made through the direction of a shaman. They used each individual’s arm and hand and fingers as their guide to its dimensions. In doing this, each one had its own sound and was as unique as the one who made it. The flutes were used mainly in courtship, but was also used for spiritual healing and growth. I believe he spoke the truth.