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Prices Lowered on a Wide Range of Musical Instruments
Leading online musical instrument retailer Gear4music.com has lowered the prices across several pieces of equipment in its range.
The Akai MiniAk is a powerful compact synth keyboard complete with step sequencer, drum machine and Vocoder, and was developed in partnership with Alesis' famed synthesizer team - the guys behind the Ion.
The MiniAk is considered by many a rival to Korg's famous MicroKorg synth, and is now significantly cheaper than its competitor, having its price reduced from Â£479 (2009 price) to just Â£229 including VAT.
The Yamaha DTXpress IV marries highly responsive pads and newly sampled kits into and advanced drumming machine.
The Yamaha electronic kit is now available as a complete pack, including sticks, kick pedal, stool and headphones for just Â£899, down from a previous price of Â£1,300.
For guitarists, there have been multiple price reductions across a range of gear.
Line 6's famed Spider Jam 75 amp has been lowered from a 2009 price of nearly Â£450 to just Â£299, allowing even more people access to its advanced playing and recording features.
Roland's selection of Cube amps have seen a number of price reductions, notably the Cube-20X down from Â£139 to Â£119 and the Cube-30X down from Â£179 to Â£159.
Vox's highly regarded JamVOX interface allows users to play along to their favourite tracks, without competing with the lead guitar on the recording.
Now the JamVOX has seen it?s price slashed to Â£99, making it as affordable as many effects pedals!Posted on 15 Jul 2010 14:20 to category : Instruments News
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