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Soundcraft MPMi20 20-Channel Mixer £199.00 Delivered @ Gear4Music

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Great deal for anyone who is in the market for a decent size mixer Did go down to £189 at one point, but £199 is the current lowest price by a long way. The Soundcraft MPMi20 20-Channel Mixer is a…
mixpioneer Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago6 Comments
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I never understand why people.vote cold on deals that don't benefit them. This is is a great deal!
Completely agree. This is not the site it once was.
Cheapest price I could find is £387, so it's hot!
Good price, normally a £500 piece of kit.
I never understand why people.vote cold on deals that don't benefit them. This is is a great deal!
Seriously good price! great find.
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Soundcraft 20 channel mixer £189.00 @ Gear4music

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This looks like a cracking price for a decent 20 channel mixer for anyone in the market for one. With free delivery
rodentworld Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago3 Comments
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Bargain £387 elsewhere.
Wow nice
Remarkable price, especially as a 5 year transferable warranty can be added for under £10. Heat, and lots of it.
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Novation Launchkey 25 Mk1 + Free Focusrite Midnight Plug-In Suite - £62.99 delivered @ Gear4Music

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Decent price for the MK1 Bundle really, it comes with Ableton as well and works with Mac, PC and iPads (not 100% if latest iOS supports it, although it should be fine) Focusrite Midnight is still
NeoTrix Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago29 Comments
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i got the midnight suite code on the paperwork and an ableton light disk but no bass station or v station,
am i missing something, was there another disk or reference to software download link you guys got
that i didn't?
trd
Looks nice! But for me VSTs/Softsynths always have a slight but noticeable latency vs hardware synths, so live playing is never very enjoyable :/

I use the ASIO4ALL drivers which are vital in Windows but even so it's still not quite good enough... is sound latency just a Windows problem, or are Macs affected too?!
that is down to your sound card not being upto scratch not the midi controller
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matthat
I found the software that came with this really difficult to get the hang of (windows laptop) - thought it would have been simple plug and play but hours spent trying to find out how to use it!
If it was that simple everyone would be making music. Ableton is quite hard to get to grips with though i agree.

You should look at Bitwig, it has a much nicer workflow.
all daws are hard to get to grips with i think, it just varies with each program and how they are laid out,
alot of people think Ableton is one of the easiest to learn but i still find it a bit hard to use because im so used to Reason
supermann
Nice device but can't believe it didn't come with an AC adapter Is that normal or is it missing from my box?
i have never bought a midi controller that came with a power adapter
Received mine yesterday. Midnight Suite code in paperwork attached to packaging - not tried installing yet.
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Roland Vdrum VH11 Hi Hat £159.00 @ Gear4music

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ok, so this is unlikely to appeal to most on here but if you are an electronic drummer like me it may. These usually sell for over £300 but have come down to between £230-£270. Gear4Music are sellin…
chopperhontas Avatar5m, 4h agoFound 5 months, 4 hours ago1 Comment
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Deal has been reduced by 99p. Have amended for OP.
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Cubeat Drum Kit MIDI Controller, mere £40 at Gear4Music £39.99

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Astounding quality, just received it and couldn't believe how well it was made. Further digging around the web revealed that this comes from Simmons Drums guys so that explains it. Excellent response
jevtamsn Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago8 Comments
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Here's a good video of the same product rebranded as the Simmons Stryke6. Shows off it's capabilites well. Looks like it's responsive enough for fast rolls and good dynamic range with velocity sensitivity.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fk_DkCLh-LY
Hope you buyers get some good use and fun out of it! It's been around this price from G4M for a while (at least, I haven't checked it frequently enough to notice fluctuations) so the undecided probably have time on their side.
Thanks OP. Ordered! Looks like a bargain for a very fun and useful bit of kit!
Only thing that puts me off is the response-rate that you mentioned seems a bit slow.

Undecided, but as the above poster says, great write-up Andre :)
andreprashad
Bear in mind I am writing all this as a guitarist who wanted a convenient way to play drum beats when working on songs for fun, either by myself at gome or on occasions where we can't all make it to the rehearsal studio and go to someone's house instead. Originally got a basic Medeli drum kit (same manufacturer for the Cubeat; they make some of the low end models for the big e drum manufacturers, too - mine is the DD505 or something like that), but still inconvenient to lug about when you don't drive - hence my interest in small drum pads, which all seemed way too pricey for what they offered, until I saw this a couple months back!
I bought one from G4M with an additional 3 year warranty (and this being a very reputable online retailer, I trust it) for about £50 with next day delivery. Bit of weight to it but VERY slim and portable for what it is - can easily go in a rucksack, or even a shopping bag wrapped in bubble wrap (to be safe) if needs be. It really is a fantastic deal IF you use it as a MIDI controller. 6 pads plus kick and hi hat pedals at this price is a bargain if you want to set up simple home 'software' jams. Something equivalent in functionality from Yamaha or Alesis would probably cost 3-4 times more!
Not sure of the material, but the pads aren't really loud when hit, and having tried it out for fun in a rehearsal studio with Superior Drummer 2, the velocity response is fairly wide and responsive IMO, sometimes *slightly* erratic, although I expect actual drummers may find it only adequate overall; however, I am still able to distinctly vary the dynamics of a simple drum beat, and that's the basic need. The pads are NOT responsive to finger drumming, I've found. One real negative I have noticed is that drum rolls don't really work - doesn't seem to be able to trigger fast enough. The drum mapping was fairly intuitive and pretty much plug and play, no manual mapping needed. Occasionally more than one pad can trigger if you hit the plastic frame around or between pads.
All in all, it isn't a particularly high quality device, but combined with a long and cheap extra warranty from G4M, an online retailer that's been around for relative ages, this really is a bargain MIDI controller and deserves more heat. For price it's just great and can really open up bedroom/house jams for bands with limited space but the right hardware and software set up combo. I just can't believe the main promoted purpose of this is as a learning drum pad for iPad users - totally the wrong angle to be pushing!

Thanks very much for that great write-up Andre. You've persuaded me to go for it. I use a Novation Launchpad, but I find the pads a little on the small side for me to do fast rhythmic stuff, so this seems like it could be useful for triggering samples. I quite like the idea of having MIDI assignable pedals/foot switches, especially if I could get them working with Loopy on the iPad. Having its own rechargeable battery and lightning cable makes it seem decently portable too.
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800 Watt pa system £429.99 @ gear4music

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Seems pretty decent. My wife puts deal up on here all the time but this is my first. Don't know what you want? 800 watt PA system with stands, mixer and 2 microphones. Great value & quality.
drumming4you Avatar5m, 4w agoFound 5 months, 4 weeks ago1 Comment
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Actually 400w total at the proper RMS rating. Peak power ratings are meaningless.
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CASIO PREVIA DIGITAL PIANO PX-350 £399.00 delivered @ Gear4music

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I HAVE BEEN LOOKING TO BUY A DIGITAL PIANO FOR A WHILE AS MY UPRIGHT PIANO ANNOYS THE WIFE SHE SAYS IT DOESN'T SOUND RIGHT. SHE LOVES THIS ONE AS YOU CAN USE HEADPHONES WHICH SOLVES HER PROBLEM. THE C…
d2ley Avatar6m, 4d agoFound 6 months, 4 days ago11 Comments
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How have you found the keyboard? Tempted.
just had a quick look on the casio site they have the cdp130 retail at £479 so you got a good deal but the px 360 is
£799 this is a massive saving
I went with this a few months ago http://www.dv247.com/keyboards-and-midi/casio-cdp-130-bk--207605 and got the matching stand.
a good deal too but the px has 120 poly v 48 i think bank for buck this is better
I went with this a few months ago http://www.dv247.com/keyboards-and-midi/casio-cdp-130-bk--207605 and got the matching stand.
No. The Casios are by far and away the best in terms of key touch and sound quality. Rolands are good but overpriced and the Yamahas don't sound as good.
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Soundcraft GB2-32 32-Channel Mixer £699.00 / Soundcraft GB4-40 40-Channel Mixer £899 + Free del @ Gear4Music

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Gear4Music just smashed another £100 off the GB4-40! Also the GB2-32 is £699 Really well reviewed bit of kit - Quite a spec list so bare with me Will pop specs and other links in comment #1
NeoTrix Avatar7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago4 Comments
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no I won't bare with you :)
nice price, I got one last time for a church

I had it done faster than a flash of light :D
no I won't bare with you :)
nice price, I got one last time for a church
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Soundcraft GB4-40 40-Channel Mixer - £899

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Epiphone Pro-1 Acoustic guitar £69.00 / Epiphone Pro-1 Bundles £84.99 Delivered @ Gear4Music (Various Colours / See comment #1)

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Ideal for beginners, just depends on how much you want to spend really. £15.99 difference between the standalone guitars and the bundles. I think in some cases it's not worth the extra guff, but with
NeoTrix Avatar9m, 3d agoFound 9 months, 3 days ago12 Comments
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Epiphone for 69 quid...gets hot from me. Hell I just ordered one as well!
Hot. Even has tulip tuning pegs. Nice looking little acoustic for a starter, no doubt sounds adequate, too
Great price, heated up 8)
Good find, heat added
got mine from amazon warehouse deal missprice yamaha f310 81p ;-)
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Zoom Q4 Handy Video Recorder. £109.99 Free postage. @ Gear4Music

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Best price I've found while looking for a camera that will do a decent job of recording audio. The Zoom Q4 Handy Video Recorder uses Zoom's high-quality audio capture technology along with Full HD
jimrd Avatar9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago4 Comments
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I think the problem is more Gear4Music, there estimated delivery time for me is 18th May
I think the problem is more Gear4Music, there estimated delivery time for me is 18th May
This does seem like a good price. The audio should be good on this, but the video quality looks really bad. Something to bear in mind.

Could be useful for musicians wanting to record music videos cheaply.
Good price, not sure why people are voting cold
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Save £3,400 on Soundcraft mixing desk - down to £999.00 delivered @ Gear4Music

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Free delivery on top of that! - 32 channel down to £699 from £3,144: http://www.gear4music.com/PA-DJ-and-Lighting/Soundcraft-GB2-32-32-Channel-Mixer/TPZ - 40 channel down to 999 from £4,422: http:…
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fishmaster
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fishmaster
... Who even mikes up a drumkit anymore?
Someone who wants to record a drum kit, or someone who wants their kit to go through a pa system.
Daft question
It's not as I explained earlier, you can midi trigger superior drummer anyway. Which will give better results.

"Better results" !? What about people who have acoustic drum kits, no midi triggers, and no "superior drummer". Just because you can do something doesn't mean most people do. At almost all of the gigs I play at, or attend, people still use real drum kits.
spacedog
fishmaster
... Who even mikes up a drumkit anymore?
Someone who wants to record a drum kit, or someone who wants their kit to go through a pa system.
Daft question

It's not as I explained earlier, you can midi trigger superior drummer anyway. Which will give better results.

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fishmaster
... Who even mikes up a drumkit anymore?

Someone who wants to record a drum kit, or someone who wants their kit to go through a pa system.

Daft question
DealJourno
random_dude
I've just thrown my hands in the air like I just don't care
Nick Abbot - LBC

sorry, don't get the reference?
fishmaster
xeroc
fishmaster
Ridiculous pretend 'saving' I studied at SAE London in 1990, used desks better than this one even back then. This would be ok for a semi pro studio, although who really runs a semi pro studio any way? There's no money in music as it is.
Are you really going to utilise that many inputs? Who even mikes up a drumkit anymore? I could setup Superior Drummer 2.0 in Cockos Reaper and completely annihilate your miked up drum sound. I could also also use a Kemper to annihilate your D.I.d guitar sound or even a decent VST for home recording this is overkill or underkill whichever way you want to look at it. To mix it I could use even a Behringer unit with flying faders and swap fader banks.
20 years ago this would be a home recording wet dream now it's a bit of a joke. Looks good though. Mixing desks might have hundreds of knobs, but they're incredibly easy to use. Using EQ and Mastering is a real skill though.
The golden rule is record it properly in the first place as you can't polish a t*rd afterwards.
Anyway I think the deal here is if you can use one of these and need one and plenty of people do even after what I've said, then it's an OK deal, still laughing at the savings though.
I can think of a few people that mike up drum kits these days...
Those people that hypersampled for Superior Drummer come to mind for a start :{
My point is it'll take you a long time to get the same result Superior Drummer does plus you'll never have the control over the individual sounds like you do in Superior Drummer to anywhere near that ease. Additionally they were sampled by true experts with years of experience. The cost alone is worth it over the time you'll spend trying to get anywhere near it.


I understood your point :P
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Danelectro Fab Distortion guitar pedal £9.99 (+£2.49 p&p) @ Gear4Music £12.48

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On sale for £9.99 (RRP £24.50) + £2.49 P&P Cheapest I've seen this pedal (or any pedal really). It takes 9V batteries but it's worth getting a PSU for it anyway.
JustWakeUpLink Avatar9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago4 Comments
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£19 now, but still £9.99 at GAK
Also 9.99 at GAK. Thanks OP
Link goes to the Gear4Music homepage, here's the product page: http://www.gear4music.com/Guitar-and-Bass/Danelectro-FAB-Distortion-Pedal/67M

They also have a Danelectro Overdrive pedal reduced to £15: http://www.gear4music.com/Guitar-and-Bass/Danelectro-FAB-Overdrive-Pedal/67N
Sorry about the link not working, not sure what that's about .~.
Hopefully this will work better:
http://www.gear4music.com/Guitar-and-Bass/Danelectro-FAB-Distortion-Pedal/67M
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Yamaha F310 Guitar, Strap, Tuner, Strings, Bag, Stand, Capo, Winder and Plectrums - £102.49 delivered @ Gear4Music

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A very nice set for the money. ideal for beginners and then some... A highly rated guitar at this price point. Some packages come with DVDs and books ect, which is handy, although you'll probably find…
NeoTrix Avatar9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago29 Comments
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I would go for the F310. Epiphone is a subsidiary of Gibson and, in my view, Gibson should stick to making electric guitars ;) I passionately dislike their acoustics. I also personally don't like plastic tuning pegs.
Much of it is personal preference - but you can only determine that by actually playing the instruments and doing A/B comparisons. I would always recommend playing an instrument before purchasing. However, if you're just starting to learn then this is more difficult!
This is why people recommend the F310: it is a tried and tested starter guitar. You can't really go wrong with it.
ijw0161
Picked one of these up myself the other day off eBay for £25. Got to say it's a really nice sounding guitar, well worth £100
badger2609
I've been debating whether to start playing for a while, can play a little but nothing to write home about, would this be a good bet? Was thinking of maybe an electro-acoustic, more for the fact that I can plug headphones in and save my other half the bleeding ears. Any thoughts???
Picked one of these up myself the other day off eBay for £25. Got to say it's a really nice sounding guitar, well worth £100. I've been playing for years and had a few guitars, and this is my favourite acoustic. An electro acoustic isn't really much quieter, and I usually find they are a bit harder to play whereas this has a very nice action for the beginner
An electro-acoustic will not be any quieter (though different guitars will of course be different in tone/volume depending on its construction) as it is simply an acoustic guitar, with some additional electronics!
So because you dislike their products it's rubbish, what nonsense, have you played a Pro-1 and plastic tuning pegs are the least of your worries when learning, even with a 'tried and tested' guitar there is NO guarantee it will be the one for you....jeez just what learners need more corksniffing baloney.
Go here and see what someone, who owns one, really thinks of the Pro-1:http://www.epiphonetalk.com/threads/hngd.1047/
One thing to budget for when buying, even a new guitar, is a Set-up, should be about £30ish foor and acoustic and will make the thing easier to play.
a) I never said it was rubbish.
b) I said it was personal preference: much of buying guitars is. I don't like Gibson acoustics. You are entitled to a different opinion, of course.
c) I never said the F310 was for everyone. In fact, I implied the opposite when I stated that you should always play or hear an instrument being played before purchase.
d) The F310 has a strong reputation as being a good learner instrument. I don't see why you find that statement so problematic?
e) Again, on plastic tuning pegs: personal preference.
It's a great beautiful sounding guitar for the price. Anyone saying otherwise is a cock, or they cannot play
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xeroc
I would go for the F310. Epiphone is a subsidiary of Gibson and, in my view, Gibson should stick to making electric guitars ;) I passionately dislike their acoustics. I also personally don't like plastic tuning pegs.
Much of it is personal preference - but you can only determine that by actually playing the instruments and doing A/B comparisons. I would always recommend playing an instrument before purchasing. However, if you're just starting to learn then this is more difficult!
This is why people recommend the F310: it is a tried and tested starter guitar. You can't really go wrong with it.
ijw0161
Picked one of these up myself the other day off eBay for £25. Got to say it's a really nice sounding guitar, well worth £100
badger2609
I've been debating whether to start playing for a while, can play a little but nothing to write home about, would this be a good bet? Was thinking of maybe an electro-acoustic, more for the fact that I can plug headphones in and save my other half the bleeding ears. Any thoughts???
Picked one of these up myself the other day off eBay for £25. Got to say it's a really nice sounding guitar, well worth £100. I've been playing for years and had a few guitars, and this is my favourite acoustic. An electro acoustic isn't really much quieter, and I usually find they are a bit harder to play whereas this has a very nice action for the beginner
An electro-acoustic will not be any quieter (though different guitars will of course be different in tone/volume depending on its construction) as it is simply an acoustic guitar, with some additional electronics!
So because you dislike their products it's rubbish, what nonsense, have you played a Pro-1 and plastic tuning pegs are the least of your worries when learning, even with a 'tried and tested' guitar there is NO guarantee it will be the one for you....jeez just what learners need more corksniffing baloney.
Go here and see what someone, who owns one, really thinks of the Pro-1:http://www.epiphonetalk.com/threads/hngd.1047/
One thing to budget for when buying, even a new guitar, is a Set-up, should be about £30ish foor and acoustic and will make the thing easier to play.

a) I never said it was rubbish.
b) I said it was personal preference: much of buying guitars is. I don't like Gibson acoustics. You are entitled to a different opinion, of course.
c) I never said the F310 was for everyone. In fact, I implied the opposite when I stated that you should always play or hear an instrument being played before purchase.
d) The F310 has a strong reputation as being a good learner instrument. I don't see why you find that statement so problematic?
e) Again, on plastic tuning pegs: personal preference.
NeoTrix
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I've been debating whether to start playing for a while, can play a little but nothing to write home about, would this be a good bet? Was thinking of maybe an electro-acoustic, more for the fact that I can plug headphones in and save my other half the bleeding ears. Any thoughts???
With an electro acoustic you can't silence it with headphones! Your best bet for that would be an electric and some sort of interface / amp with effects. I still use an OLD and outdated Line 6 Guitar port (which i don't recommend any more due to all support being dropped a long while back) But there are some great devices out there for keeping it quiet.
Some units will have software with drum samples and such with it, which are great to play along too. Lots of options out there, just depends on budget really. As above, Line 6 have some good gear that might be of interest. I am sure there are some budding guitarists that will recommend some other gear too!
Thanks for the reply - haha shows my naivety regarding the headphones. One of my friends is a guitarist who I should probably ask, but if I start playing I want to have a little tiny bit of ability before he knows about it - otherwise I can imagine the earache I'd get. Cheers for the advice
Some great tutorials around the net, get on it! Guitar is great fun!
Make no mistake if you're reading this and thinking about taking it up, learning guitar is NOT fun, it is mostly boring and frustrating at the beginning and most people give up, only if you break through that, is it rewarding.
I enjoyed it when i first started. It can be frustrating but within a n hour or so i was pretty pleased with stuff i had picked up! Even if it was basic and didn't sound great. I have seen people RAGE though :D

Same here, almost in tears some....some people have more patience than others so it does vary but the amount of guitars we'd see traded by people who just gave up because 'it was too hard' was high....
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NeoTrix
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NeoTrix
badger2609
I've been debating whether to start playing for a while, can play a little but nothing to write home about, would this be a good bet? Was thinking of maybe an electro-acoustic, more for the fact that I can plug headphones in and save my other half the bleeding ears. Any thoughts???
With an electro acoustic you can't silence it with headphones! Your best bet for that would be an electric and some sort of interface / amp with effects. I still use an OLD and outdated Line 6 Guitar port (which i don't recommend any more due to all support being dropped a long while back) But there are some great devices out there for keeping it quiet.
Some units will have software with drum samples and such with it, which are great to play along too. Lots of options out there, just depends on budget really. As above, Line 6 have some good gear that might be of interest. I am sure there are some budding guitarists that will recommend some other gear too!
Thanks for the reply - haha shows my naivety regarding the headphones. One of my friends is a guitarist who I should probably ask, but if I start playing I want to have a little tiny bit of ability before he knows about it - otherwise I can imagine the earache I'd get. Cheers for the advice
Some great tutorials around the net, get on it! Guitar is great fun!
Make no mistake if you're reading this and thinking about taking it up, learning guitar is NOT fun, it is mostly boring and frustrating at the beginning and most people give up, only if you break through that, is it rewarding.

I enjoyed it when i first started. It can be frustrating but within a n hour or so i was pretty pleased with stuff i had picked up! Even if it was basic and didn't sound great. I have seen people RAGE though :D
NeoTrix
badger2609
NeoTrix
badger2609
I've been debating whether to start playing for a while, can play a little but nothing to write home about, would this be a good bet? Was thinking of maybe an electro-acoustic, more for the fact that I can plug headphones in and save my other half the bleeding ears. Any thoughts???
With an electro acoustic you can't silence it with headphones! Your best bet for that would be an electric and some sort of interface / amp with effects. I still use an OLD and outdated Line 6 Guitar port (which i don't recommend any more due to all support being dropped a long while back) But there are some great devices out there for keeping it quiet.
Some units will have software with drum samples and such with it, which are great to play along too. Lots of options out there, just depends on budget really. As above, Line 6 have some good gear that might be of interest. I am sure there are some budding guitarists that will recommend some other gear too!
Thanks for the reply - haha shows my naivety regarding the headphones. One of my friends is a guitarist who I should probably ask, but if I start playing I want to have a little tiny bit of ability before he knows about it - otherwise I can imagine the earache I'd get. Cheers for the advice
Some great tutorials around the net, get on it! Guitar is great fun!

Make no mistake if you're reading this and thinking about taking it up, learning guitar is NOT fun, it is mostly boring and frustrating at the beginning and most people give up, only if you break through that, is it rewarding.
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AKG 701 Headphones £109.00 plus free delivery @ Gear4Music

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Following the great price for the AKG702s from Amazon last week I've spotted the 701s at a very attractive price from Gear4Music (who I've bought from before with no issues whatsoever). These are exac…
ClubFoot Avatar10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago5 Comments
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nwxan90
I have them with no amp. they were this price on Scan last week. Great headphones. I am running mine from a PCIe sound card.

A lot of PCIe sounds cards have amps built into them these days. As well as some high end motherboard on board soundcards. So that might be the reason why. Anyway...heat added.

Just checked the spec on these. (62-ohm impedance) So no amp needed on these really.

Edited By: rojo66 on Jan 23, 2016 10:07
k701, k702, q701 sound slightly different, but all great.

I would spend a bit more for K702 or Q701 for detachable cable and in black( Yes, Q701 also has black beside normal green).

I choosed K702 from the three.

Q701 is really expensive in the UK, a lot more than K702. But Q701 is much cheaper than K702 in the US which is strange.



Edited By: huangxq2 on Jan 23, 2016 00:58
I have them with no amp. they were this price on Scan last week. Great headphones. I am running mine from a PCIe sound card.
alexmurphy01
fantastic headphones, a steal at this price. need an app, of course.


​+1. I think you mean an 'amp', but yes I agree
fantastic headphones, a steal at this price. need an app, of course.
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Behringer TU300 Chromatic Tuner Pedal £14.90 @ gearformusic

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A guitar chromatic tuning foot pedal by Behringer.
groakybaby Avatar10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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Postage is £1.99 min too. Still a very good deal.
I managed to get one of the Digitech polyphonic pedals through Flubit for £24.95. Were allegedly £99. Decent reviews.
I've got a couple of these for live use and they're great. Work just as well as a Boss pedal.
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iStudio iS202 iPad Mixer Dock Station incl. Delivery/ £68.49 Gear4Music

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The Behringer iStudio iS202 iPad Mixer Dock is a professional docking station for iPads with audio, video and MIDI connectivity to provide the means to record, edit and mix music directly from your iP…
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Important to note for Apple iPad* (3rd generation), iPad 2 and iPad
Meaning it won't work with lightning connector and uses old 30-pin connector.
Which is totally awesome for us with older iPads - giving it a new lease of life for just a few bob.
Important to note for Apple iPad* (3rd generation), iPad 2 and iPad

Meaning it won't work with lightning connector and uses old 30-pin connector.
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Now expired 90% off Hercules stands eg boom mic stand £4.30 instead of £52.99 @ Gear4Music

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Hercules music stands up to 90% off at gear4music, good quality and fab prices, stands from only £1.20! Don't know how long this is on for.
p_lyndsay Avatar11m, 1w agoFound 11 months, 1 week ago9 Comments
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No deal. Voted cold.
This was obviously a typo from their web content which is now fixed.. no deal here...
I just tryed adding mini mic stand for £2.80, when it went in basket is went to £28 and now the webpage has updated :-(
Prices increased as I filled my basket :(
Bought some cheap stands, hopefully be honored. Thanks op
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Just in time for Christmas - 16" Real Gong, down from £110 £69.99 @ gear4music

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Chau Gong is handmade in Wuhan, the home of the gong. The centre spot and rim of the Chau gong maintains its natural coating, and the rest of the gong is lathed and polished which offers the perfect b…
jevtamsn Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago12 Comments
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Hot, just got the 42" on finance! Boom have that Christmas..... I'm going to have the best Christmas present under the tree this year.
ewanyengi
Is this "real" as in it means it actually exists as opposed to a metaphoric or virtual gong?
Real, as in not-machined but traditionally made...
Rank
Is this "real" as in it means it actually exists as opposed to a metaphoric or virtual gong?
Their 10 incher is also reduced, from £29.99 to £17.99 .... and 10 inches should be more than enough .... etc etc etc
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Yamaha F310 Acoustic Guitar with accessory pack @ Gear4music £99 + £3.49 delivery £102.49

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I am looking at learning the guitar and have taken the advice of regulars on this forum to consider the Yamaha F310. The same guitar but in Sunburst colour is available for £5 more.
spasguidedogs Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago8 Comments
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I've decided to get it. Is it worth getting the warranty for £5? Anyone have any experience with it?
just had my first guitar lesson and I want the sunburnt colour too. So Amazon have it for £89...so my question is...is the accessory pack worth the extra £18? Well I need a case..so that's £10. There is also a starter pack one...is that really worth it too?

Edited By: Eddy19 on Jan 09, 2016 22:54
I ordered late yesterday evening and paid for basic delivery, just received an email out for delivery Monday morning.
Fantastic
Yamaha are virtually untouchable for value at the budget end of the market. This is a lot of guitar fo
RadiantDuck
I bought the sunburst for my wife last Christmas. She is very happy with it and is very fussy with acoustic guitars. All the reviews I've found say there isn't much better for the money
Thanks for your comments. I prefer the sunburst as well.
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Real carved rosewood HARP, £143.48 Gear4music

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19-string Irish Harp, an elegantly crafted instrument made from selected rosewoods, with ornate carved body. Maybe a better gift for kids instead of phones and games consoles... Pitch range: 1 1/2 oc…
jevtamsn Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago29 Comments
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Beautiful instrument. Voted.
norfolkbroadslim
ttsm
No thanks. I've already got a harp. She's out shopping atm.
Does your's go on and on and on too?
Always harping on about it?
This is a lap harp, not that easy to learn. You'll require lessons.

I 've played the harp since 10 years old :)
bleachershane
JamesSmith
stringsonfire
What's the harp market like then? Is this a good price for a store-brand instrument?
I'm wondering what the quality will be like.
Having had a quick sniff around used professional instruments come in at £2-4k.
Also - strings. That's a lot to tune compared to a guitar. How often do they need replacing, are they easy to come by and how much do they cost. Will a cheap instrument hold it's tune? A complete starter will want to budget for an instrument tuner.
These look quite fun for around £50.http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTYwMFgxNTkz/z/RDsAAOSwEgVWR4P6/$_57.JPG
Where do you get those from? I like the look of it.
A popular auction site. ;)

Search on 'harp' you'll find them.
ttsm
No thanks. I've already got a harp. She's out shopping atm.

Does your's go on and on and on too?