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I just received the 9 volt adapter for the store here and it really works great with no noise . I would recommend it to anyone here wanting a 9 volt adapter for there peddles. The price is right too
I just received my JOYO JT-26C tuner from the store. This tuner works pretty good. Just be sure to read the instructions that Hank has posted in the store. I had a little trouble at first but it was because I didn't read his instructions very well. But a quick call to Hank and we talked through it. Turns out I had it was set to flatted note. So if it reads "Flat = b" below the Key C, then it is wrong. Keep pushing the power button until that goes away. The gooseneck on it isn't as stiff as I'd like but I can live with it. It's a great little tuner for $16. Thanks Hank!
I purchased and received a mini amp through the Music Store. I first used it by plugging it into my pedal steel guitar and played my steel and listed through my headphones. It was very clear and full sounding. Very pleasing to the ear. Then I ran it ran it into my Boss recorder and played it along with a sound track that was already on the recorder. It played very well and was surprisingly quite. I am very happy with this item. I recommend this item. (By the way, your wife will probably really appreciate you using it at 2:30 AM when you just have to play that special lick till you get it down right.)
I recieved an order of srings, and the flanger miniature headphone guitar amp. As I live in Canada I recieved them all in good condition and in record time. Hey guys this little headphone amp is great. No longer need to burn hydro using your big amp. This little guy will blast your ears of if you like. I also tried plugging it into the volume pedal, you need a little longer headphone wire, but it works great. If you need anything for your PSG get it from HANK. You can depend on it to be top quality. It is where I will get my supplies .
The new finder picks and thumb picks that I purchased here are just great for me I would recommend them to all to try and use. I also bought a ernie ball bar and i love it also. Lets get our stuff here guys and help Hank with the site
From David Alley to You Sent 7 minutes ago
I order some strings from there store and received great service and mailed on time I'll will order aagain
Hurricane Mike Thompson
Here's my review on this little clip-on tuner. They're sure making them better these days! There's not much I don't like about this little fella. And that's saying a lot since I have little confidence in anything made in China. Yet this tuner seems to cut it and appears sturdy enough. I have to get used to the red display on the black background,..Yellow is clearer IMHO, but that's just a personal thing. I love it when the whole field goes to green indicating that the string is tuned to pitch. Plus, there are scroll-buttons, ascending and decending, to help you temper the strings. It turns itself off when ignored. I especially like the wide jaws. It easily clips onto the headstock of my Stringmaster, solidly, no problem. That's a pretty wide bite! Haven't tried it with the cabinet of my Fulawka or GFI yet, but it's wide enough to sufficiently do the job. PSG cabs are a lot narrower than lapsteel-bodies. It will have to be around your thighs near the end-plate, that's all. I can't think of another spot to clip it on a PSG. It's easy to calibrate with the "Mode" selector, for violin (mandolin too, maybe?) or guitar. I'll probably use it on everything I play, 'cept maybe harps. (Lol,). It seems to work very well on bass. To me that's usually a toughie for a clip-on but no problem for this unit at all. Okay, it's not a Peterson VSII but it's a lot lighter! (lol.)..And it gets the job done without issues. The only thing I would be cautious of with this clip-on is the battery door. It's a pain to set the cell (coin CR 2032) into the bay and try to lock it up before it pops back out like a Jack-in-the-box. I think you get a prize if you can do it first time; I dunno. But I guess they're ALL kinda like that. Once it's in, you have to double-check that the port is indeed locked securely. You won't need a quarter to open it: Vibrations could do it for you! Your moderate to even, light thumb-pressure will pop it easily. And of course, your mileage may vary. It might be a good idea to grab some of your daughter's white nail-polish and carefully initial your tuner. They're small; they DO get lost,..and they will get stolen. Cheers!
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