An affordable alternative to the Jackson Pro Series Mark Morton, the Signature D2 Dominion from Jackson Guitars comes in a sleek looking trans black finish over a quilted maple veneer top or in a standard black finish. Featuring a bold-on neck and a solid body, the Signature D2 Dominion is equipped with Deisn HB-101 pickups. Described as a well-made guitar with a fast-playing neck, the D2 has polished frets and low-action setup. The axe plays without any excess string buzz and the intonation is musically solid. Thanks to having dual sets of Volume and Tone controls, the D2 delivers a wide range of sounds with lots of pickup blending possibilities. MSRP $500.
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Now available from Matchless is the Avalon 30 Reverb amplifier. The design uses a marriage of point-to-point, turret board, and heavy-duty printed circuit board (PCB) construction. The Avalon is entirely hand made and comes with controls for Volume, Bass, Treble, Cut, Master (bypassable), and Reverb, a 4xEL84 output stage with half-power switch, series effect loop, and several other features. MSRP starting at $1,000.
The Privia PX-330 keyboard from Casio combines professional sound quality and performance in a sleek, lightweight package. A new grand piano sound introduced in the PX-330 is comprised of four dynamic layers of stereo piano samples. The Keyboard is equipped with 128-polyphony and features a new Tri-Sensor 88-note scaled hammer action keyboard (which gives users the weight, feel and resistance of a grand piano but without sacrificing portability). MSRP $800.