Saturday, 5 March 2016


20th Anniversary Relic Stratocaster

Celebrate two decades of the relic guitar with the Fender Custom Shop 20th Anniversary Relic Stratocaster solidbody electric guitar. In 1995 Fender unveiled their first relic'd guitars at the NAMM show and the rest is history. This limited-edition guitar has a lightweight ash body and a quartersawn maple neck and fretboard that deliver a premium playing experience. A trio of Custom Shop Fat '50s pickups deliver the sought-after tone of vintage pickups. Only 95 guitars will be produce to commemorate this anniversary. Get your Fender Custom Shop 20th Anniversary Relic Stratocaster before they're gone!

Fender Custom Shop 20th Anniversary Relic Stratocaster Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:
-Celebrate Fender's introduction of the relic'd guitar
-Premium Custom Shop pickups deliver iconic Strat tone
-Quartersawn neck gives you ultra-stability and ultra-playability
-Celebrate Fender's introduction of the relic'd guitar

It was 20 years ago that Fender quietly released the first Custom Shop relic'd guitars at the Winter NAMM show. Since that time, relic'd instruments have become common place. The limited-edition Fender Custom Shop 20th Anniversary Relic Stratocaster sports a smooth-playing Heavy Relic neck and a lightly relic'd ash body. A quartersawn maple 10/56 Large "V" neck has that comfortable "baseball bat" feel of some of the most sought after necks of the '50s era. You also get the tone and control that can only be achieved with Fender's American Vintage synchronized tremolo with bent-steel string saddles. Topped off with gold hardware, this guitar is sure to become a favorite. Fender is only producing 95 of these exquisite electric guitars. Get your Fender Custom Shop 20th Anniversary Relic Stratocaster before they're gone!

Premium Custom Shop pickups deliver iconic Strat tone

No matter how well you play, your tone lives and dies by the pickups in your axe. This Fender Custom Shop 20th Anniversary Relic Stratocaster sports three Custom Shop Fat '50s single-coil pickups, which are known far and wide for their classic Strat tone. These pickups deliver bright and clear cleans with the perfect amount of midrange with bite. When you plug your 20th Anniversary Relic Stratocaster into your favorite tube amplifier, you'll find everything from smooth mellow tones to outrageously aggressive leads, all within a casual twist of a volume knob.

Quartersawn neck gives you ultra-stability and ultra-playability

The neck is one of the most important aspects of any instrument, which is why this Fender Custom Shop 20th Anniversary Relic Stratocaster solidbody electric guitar features a quartersawn maple neck. Besides looking good, the straight grain of quartersawn necks, a favorite among Sweetwater guitarists, is about 50% more stable than plain-sawn necks, and less likely to warp, twist or shrink. You'll also love the playability and feel of this 20th Anniversary Relic Stratocaster's narrow jumbo frets and comfortable 9.5" radius.

Fender Custom Shop 20th Anniversary Relic Stratocaster Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:
Limited-edition guitar to celebrate 20 years of Fender's introduction of relic'd guitars
Only 95 guitars are being made worldwide
Aged gold hardware and relic'd finish give the look of a well-played and cared for instrument
1-piece quartersawn neck and fret board resist warping and twisting
Authentic vintage Strat tone from a trio of Fat '50s pickups with a reverse wound/reverse polarity middle pickup
Lightweight ash body with nitrocellulose finish
Modern 5-way switching for a variety of classic tones
Includes Custom Shop hardshell case and certificate of authenticity

Celebrate two decades of relic'd guitars with the Fender Custom Shop 20th Anniversary Relic Stratocaster!


Sunday, 22 November 2015

John Mayer Special Edition Black 1

John Mayer Special Edition Black 1 Stratocaster!

John Mayer’s black Stratocaster guitar has been his go-to instrument for years. He has relied on it for countless recording sessions and performances, and he affectionately calls it the “BLACK1.”

In collaboration with the Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and guitarist, Fender now offers a collectible, 500-piece special edition of the John Mayer Special Edition BLACK1 Stratocaster.

The John Mayer Special Edition BLACK1 Stratocaster shares features with his 2005 signature model; notably, a slightly oversized “C”-shaped neck and “Big Dipper” single-coil pickups wound to John’s exacting specifications.

Upgraded BLACK1 features include gold hardware and a model-exclusive, super-protective Incase® gig bag. Designed in collaboration with John, the gig bag can be customized using its modular accessory compartments and patch set (included).

John Loves It!!

It is only 500 pieces in the world , and we have one in store!!!

Alder body
Maple neck
Thick C-shape profile
Satin urethane finish on back of neck; gloss finish on face of headstock
Rosewood fretboard
9.5" fretboard radius
21 Dunlop 6105 narrow jumbo frets
White position dot inlays
25-1/2" scale
1.650" nut width
Synthetic bone string nut
Original vintage-style truss rod nut
3 Big Dipper™ Single-Coil Strat pickups
5-position pickup switch
Master volume, neck tone, bridge/middle tone controls with aged white knobs
Gold hardware
Gold Schaller die-cast tuners with pearloid buttons
American vintage-style synchronized tremolo
Aged white tremolo arm

Do you how good does it feel? Do you know how good does it sound? Do you know how good does it look when it is laying right in front of you? 
Well , Ask Drumstore!

Thursday, 29 October 2015


Schecter Guitars Custom Shop products remain to this day a distinguished line of hand crafted guitars and pickups. Combining precise CNC technology with the industries best hand painting and assembly,their Production guitars give ample options for built to order customization while remaining incredibly affordable. If you’re more into true one-of-a kind instrumentation, their Masterworks line is geared towards the mission that the sky is truly the limit. Hand cut and shaped by their Master Luthier, your instrument will be built to your exact specifications. Each USA Production guitar created comes with your choice of select Schecter Custom Shop pickups, or, for the Masterworks line you may offer a selection of your own personal

Schecter Avenger Custom 

Drumstore just ordered this Avenger Custom from Schecter for our customer, sound amazing, no doubt. The Shape , the grip , the touch, everything just feels right! Don't believe it? get one yourself and prove us wrong!

Check it out over here!

The Tour-

Visit the link below for more videos:-

Words from Michael Ciravolo the president of Schecter:-

"The Expansion of our USA Custom Shop has been an amazing experience for me. As a kid, I used to look through all of the old Schecter ads and factory pictures. I always dreamt of what those late 70's early 80's California guitar companies were like. Charvel, Valley Arts and Schecter had this great mojo and mystique about them. Having the opportunity to reinvent that era with a mix of traditional construction and new technology, and the help of our amazing staff we have assembled is simply a dream come true. To be able to do this in Sun Valley, CA USA is truly special. It means a lot to me personally, and I think to a lot of players worldwide."

Monday, 12 October 2015

Dava Picks!

Warning ! May improve Playing Technique!!

Dava Control Picks are now the most advanced and innovative guitar picks on the market ! The picks let you bounce between soft gauge ( while playing rhythm) to a hard gauge( lead solo!) Huh? 1 pick or 2 picks? I am confused... let have a look at the picture below:-

Being able to control pick gauge gives you unlimited options of flexibility, all in one pick.This is especially useful when you move in between rhythm and lead. Adjusting your pick gauge while playing will add a lot of dynamic expression to the music.

1. Do they break in the middle?
No, they won't break under normal playing conditions, but just like any picks, if you overbend them you may lose some of the flexibility.

2.Are Dava picks good for beginners?
Yes! Not only are Dava picks easier to hold than other picks, they gives beginners and professionals alike a much wider range of control over the music the play, a pick that does exactly what you want it to, and this makes playing rhythm and lead much easier and smoother.

3.Do they come in different gauges?
Dava picks eliminate the need to worry about pick gauge, because all Dava picks are multi-gauge. There's every gauge you'd want in the one pick. Instead of reaching for a thin, medium, or hard pick, you can now just use a single pick and concentrate on your music, not your pick.

This video explain quite well for it!

Check out some Dava users comment about Dava picks at the link below:-

Saturday, 22 August 2015

Diago Patchfatory!

Design my own pedal-board? No way!
Diago came up with quite a brilliant idea by doing this, custom make the patch-cable yourself.

Custom length patch cables allow you to lay out your pedalboard exactly how you want it, and no longer constrained by the discrete lenghts of pedals! If you need it just 1cm longer, tada! consider it done.

Comes with another question, is the connection strong? Reliable?

Whats makes you think about this is probably because other solderless cable designs suffer from poor reliability for two reasons, which is :-

1, Other screw-on caps use a coarse imperial thread. They calculated that by using fine metric thread instead, the same amount of force will tighten the cap more.

2. Finger-tightening, even with a knurled cap is simply not sufficient to make a reliable cable. They have machined a coin slot into each of our caps, allowing you to apply several times more force, resulting in a tighter fit. Using a coin means you can assemble a reliable cable without any additional tools wherever you are. Better still, the slot will fit almost all international coins. We don't recommend using plectrums - even the thickest ones just don't have the rigidity of a metal coin.

Easy Assembly

They have ensured that their solderless cable system is as easy as possible to assemble, while retaining maximum reliability. The Patch-factory Kit includes everything you need to put together 5 perfect cables (without the coin la of course !).
Check out the Assembly Instructions and Demonstration Video - you'll see just how easy it is:-

Haha! it is that simple!

The Diago Patchfactory system uses their own cable, designed in-house in the UK. It has a super-low capacitance of 30pF/ft (approx. 100pF/m) to prevent the treble roll-off caused by the high capacitance of poor quality cables.

The only advantage gold-plated connectors could offer is prolonged resistance to tarnishing & corrosion, since gold is a fairly unreactive metal. However, a principal called Galvanic Corrosion tells us that when two metals that are not the same are in contact, the rate of corrosion actually increases. Since all 1/4" input/output jacks are nickel plated, using a gold connector may actually reduce the life of the jacks in your pedals. It's for this reason that they use nickel-plated plugs.

Come on over and try it out guys! The signal is definitely stronger !

Monday, 25 May 2015

iRig 2 - It has arrived! New Product!

In 2010, for the first time ever, the original iRig allowed guitar and bass players to plug into their iPhone and use their mobile device to play, practice and record with apps like IK's AmpliTube, Apple’s GarageBand and thousands more.

iRig 2 builds upon the success of its predecessor by introducing essential new features — like adjustable input gain, cross-platform compatibility and a 1/4" amplifier output — that will once again revolutionize the way you make your music while on the go.

Now everyone can plug in their guitar, bass or other instrument and enjoy killer tone on their iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac or Samsung Professional Audio device — with the release of iRig 2, the world’s most popular guitar interface is now better than ever before.

Plug and play simplicity on every device

If you loved iRig's versatility, you'll love iRig 2's new adjustable gain dial, which works with its built-in 1/8" TRRS output connector to give you a true plug-and-play experience with your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac or Samsung Professional Audio compatible Android device.
Volume levels vary from instrument to instrument and from device to device. And while the original iRig provided superior sound, it was limited in that you were unable to customize the input gain level to your particular setup. With iRig 2, you get an input gain dial that gives you the power to ensure high-quality sound in every situation. This means that you'll be able to perform at your best no matter whether you're connecting a wailing 3 humbucker electric guitar to your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or a jazzy archtop to your iPhone 6.
Likewise, its 1/4” instrument input works with your guitar, bass or any line-level instrument. Just plug into it like you would into a stompbox or amplifier. It’s as simple as that.

A Swiss Army knife for sound

Want to take it to the stage? iRig 2's new 1/4” output jack lets you use iRig 2 with an amplifier as a part of your live rig without the use of an adaptor.
This opens up a whole world of opportunities when paired with AmpliTube for iOS and AmpliTube for Samsung Pro Audio, IK's powerful guitar and bass multi-effects processor. It provides you with a vast library of meticulously modeled virtual stompbox effects, amplifiers and other gear that you can use as a part of your physical rig when you're jamming with friends, at a practice session, in the recording studio or performing live. Or, if you want to be discreet, plug your headphones into the included 1/8” headphone output.
Even better is that iRig 2 features a switch that lets you select between a processed signal and a clean "thru" input signal. This means you can also use your mobile device as a tuner, recorder or other tool while preserving the purity of a 100% analog signal path.
iRig 2 is there to help you make your practice and performance sessions as easy as possible. It comes with a microphone stand mount and Velcro strip that allow you to easy attach it for performance alongside other convenient tools like IK's iKlip range of mic supports for all sizes of smartphones and tablets.


    iRig 2 - Best of CES 2015 Award
  • The sequel to the best-selling iRig interface
  • 1/4” instrument input for use with guitar, bass and other line instruments
  • 1/4” amplifier output for use with an external amplifier without an adaptor
  • 1/8” TRRS output for use with iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and Android
  • 1/8” headphone output
  • Compact and lightweight design
  • Selectable dual-mode switch: FX and THRU
  • Input gain thumbwheel for easy signal control
  • Comes with microphone stand Velcro strip
  • Comes with AmpliTube FREE for iOS (free download on the App Store) and AmpliTube FREE for Samsung Pro Audio (free download on Samsung Galaxy Store), and a full suite of powerful IK applications and software

A digital rig with physical presence

With iRig 2, you’ll be able to enjoy AmpliTube for iOS (the #1 app for guitar players) or AmpliTube for Samsung Pro Audio. It's ready to go right out of the box. It comes with a powerful cross-platform suite of apps and software that includes free versions of AmpliTube for iOSAmpliTube for Samsung Professional Audio devices and AmpliTube for Mac/PC.
To use, just download your preferred version for iOS from the App Store or for Samsung Professional Audio devices from the Google Play Store or from Samsung GALAXY Apps. Then plug your guitar or bass into iRig 2, plug your amplifier or headphones into your device and launch the app.

Monday, 4 May 2015

DG Cajon Drum Box


Meet the next evolution of the cajón: the DrumBox from DeGregorio. The DrumBox takes our top-of-the-line Maestral cajón with its patented tunable, replaceable front-plate (“tapa”) and adds another non-stringed bass-plate to the side of the instrument. Using our patented DG Direct-Drive Cajón Pedal, you can play the bass-plate as an entirely separate kick drum, opening up a whole word of new sonic possibilities on the cajón.
Play the front-plate with your hands and use the pedal for accents, or set up a snare drum and hi-hat to create a unique, compact travel drumset. However you choose to play it, with the DG DrumBox the only limit is your imagination.

Oh by the way, did I mention that it is made from Spain?