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MONO announce new Pedalboards and Cases 2.0 Collection

MONO, the established manufacturers of professional quality instrument cases and bags, have announced their latest venture into the world of pedalboards!  These are likely to compete with products from Pedaltrain, who are one of the leading innovators in this field. Sleek, light and durable, each pedalboard is cut from a single piece of anodized aluminium, which maintains strength without adding … Continue reading

Friedman Vintage-T guitars Inbound

We are eagerly anticipating the arrival of two brand new Friedman Vintage-T’s to Sound Affects Premier! With one Trans Red Vintage-T already sitting proudly in our showroom, we have one in Vintage Blonde, and another in Double Burst coming to keep it company. These guitars were designed by Dave Friedman, in partnership with Grover Jackson, the man behind Jackson Guitars. … Continue reading

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Boss announce 40th Anniversary Compact Pedal Box Set

It has now been 40 years since Boss released their first pedal and after four decades of innovation guitarists around the world still support the brand and often seek some of the rarities from the past that have been discontinued. To celebrate their 40th anniversary Boss have announced a box set containing three very rare pedals, remade to their original … Continue reading

Akai Headrush Pedalboard – In-Stock Now

We’ve been quite excited about these arriving…And it’s now in-stock! New from Akai, this is the Headrush Pedalboard. The multi-effects unit contains a number of vintage and modern amplifiers and array of high quality effects which are easily accessible by the board’s integrated colour touchscreen. Not only is the Akai Headrush fully-equipped to accommodate all genres of styles, further features … Continue reading

Roland announce NEW Analog Synth Sound Module SE-02

That’s right, Roland have finally added an Analog synth to their arsenal of sound modules. Like the previous boutique sound modules, the SE-02 is compact and can be used with the K-25m keyboard as well as other MIDI devices. Available from September, the SE-02 is sure to become the most popular Synthesizer Sound Module from Roland so far. What Roland … Continue reading

PRS John Mayer Super Eagle II Announced

There were rumblings and rumours but now we can officially reveal that the PRS Private Stock Super Eagle II is available to Pre Order! Some minor tweaks have been made to the spec from the original Super Eagle, with African Blackwood being used on the fingerboard and headstock veneer. More obviously you can see this model is finished in a gorgeous … Continue reading

PRS Private Stock Super Eagle II

Roland announce four NEW SPD::ONE Pads

Whether you are a drummer in a band or a solo guitarist hitting the open mic every week, the new SPD::ONE pads from Roland will easily spice up your performance. Roland have just announced these four products and they each have their own unique sounds and use. With their iconic Boss pedal design it is hard not to want to collect them … Continue reading

Boss Acoustic Singer Live/Pro Amplifier Demo with Tom Quayle

Watch Tom Quayle Demo the New Acoustic Singer Amplifier from Boss. Professional acoustic amplifier with premium sound and features 60–watt bi-amp design with custom-designed 6.5-inch woofer and dome tweeter Dual channels with discrete analog input electronics and three-band EQ Dedicated guitar channel with Acoustic Resonance to restore natural tone to stage guitars with piezo pickups Mic channel with phantom power … Continue reading

The Man That Turned Down The Beatles – True Story Told By David May

I’m sure at one point in our lives, we have all sat and pondered over what it must be like to be Paul McCartney, and play bass with The Beatles. What must it be like to have all that money and fame? Well for one man named David May that could have quite easily been his life. As a young … Continue reading

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Electro Harmonix Announce NEW Synth9 Pedal

From B9 to Mel9, Electro Harmonix’s keyboard emulation pedals have become their most popular. Allowing guitarists to create Keyboard, Organ and Mellotron sounds without adding a pickup to their guitar has enabled bands to add a whole new soundscape to their set. We just fear for the future of keyboard players. …and just when you think the Synth players are … Continue reading