Blue 38" acoustic guitar made to deliver fantastic sound with an all-wood construction, steel strings, and a glossy smooth finish
Intended for right-handed users, made with a 19 fret fingerboard and an easy-to-use tuner
The ultimate starter kit for a budding musician, this right-handed guitar comes complete with a case, pick, pitch pipe, shoulder strap, digital E-tuner, and extra replacement strings
Ready to use right out of the box, everything you need to start playing is already included, with no assembly required
Overall Dimensions: 38"(L) x 3.25"(W) x 14"(H)
Jam out in style with an acoustic guitar starter set made for aspiring musicians and pros alike. With an all-wood construction, steel strings, and a glossy, smooth blue finish, you’ll be proud to play on a guitar that gives stellar sound with every strum. Whether you’re just learning the basics or you’ve mastered every chord, this guitar set is good for rockin’ and rollin’ all night long. SPECIFICATIONS: Overall Dimensions: 38”(L) x 3.25“(W) x 14“(H); Weight: 4.7 lbs.; Color: Blue; Material: Wood; Case Material: Nylon; Intended for right-handed use; Includes guitar, case, pick, pitch pipe, shoulder strap, digital E-tuner, and extra replacement strings; No assembly required
Audio inputs for a MP3 player to make learning your favorite songs easier
CTK-3200 Features 61 Piano Style Keys Touch Response 48-note polyphony AHL sound source 400 AHL keyboard voices and 150 Rhythms Step Up lesson system Music Challenge Sampling function Can be powered by batteries or with the included AC adapter The CTK-3200 at a Glance The Casio CTK-3200 is an affordable instrument with a 61 Key Piano Style Touch Sensitive Keyboard, 400 total onboard Tones, 150 Rhythms and Digital Effects. Packed with great features such as Casios famous Step-up Lesson System, audio inputs for a MP3 player, USB port for MIDI implementation and a pitch wheel for additional expression over sounds. All this makes CTK-3200 more realistic and expressive than ever before at this p
With the above in mind, here’s my theory and the essential points of my pitch:
Record labels invest in genuinely creative acts (like Pink Floyd and The Doors) who produce quality products, which then generate billions of dollars. This type of music becomes the industry standard for the Rock genre as well as for generations of Rock fans.
The aforementioned “standards” so easily generates money year-after-year, that the music industry has the ability to focus on developing new artists. However, it rarely operates outside the proven revenue generators of the past.
In the 80’s, industry returns skyrocket when formats change from LP to CD. The lesson to the executives? “The more I sit back and relax, the more money I make!”
Next, major labels get fat and lazy, like well-fed pigeons in a park. They forget their core A & R values and focus only on the easy, short-term money. In part, they accomplish this by spending money on marketing and advertising (Remember Vanilla Ice, Millie Vanilli and CMC Music Factory?) It was easier for the business to pedal the junk they already had and jam it down the throat of the consumer. Creatively speaking, they were only interested in music that was cheaply produced.
Crafted from Jenigor®, LP’s exclusive plastic formulation
Rich sounds of wood blocks
Strength and durability to withstand even the hardest-hitting players
Heavy duty mounting bracket, and LP eye-bolt assembly included
Product Description Latin Percussion Jam Blocks are the modern versions of the age old wood blocks. Traditional wood blocks were fragile and could not stand up to the rigors of aggressive touring. Crafted from LP’s exclusive plastic formulation, Jenigor, their research team designed LP Jam Blocks to have the rich sounds of wood blocks and the strength and durability to withstand even the hardest-hitting players. Each patented LP Jam Block comes with a heavy duty mounting bracket and LP… More >>