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A Star-Studded Night for Little Kids Rock

A Star-Studded Night for Little Kids Rock

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

EHX’s Turnip Greens Multi-Effect Pedal Alfred Music’s Complete Starter Packs Sebastian’s London And Paris Violin Outfits Alto Professional’s Live Series Analog Mixers Little Kids Rock’s Annual Benefit Draws Stars Taking A Peek At Accessories, Bags And Cases Hosted by Jill Nicolini Vnewsletter Sign-up Got something you think should be on Vnewsletter? click here Want to […]

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MI Industry Members Make Their Voices Heard

MI Industry Members Make Their Voices Heard

| October 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

CHAUVET DJ’s Scorpion Script Text-Producing Laser Effect Radial’s StageBug SB-48UB Phantom Power Supply Ibanez’s RGKP6 And SRKP4 Korg mini kaoss pad 2S-Equipped Guitar And Bass Godlyke’s TWA Little Dipper Envelope Filter Previewing An Amazing 2015 NAMM Show In January Results From The Retailer’s Annual Survey Are In Hosted by Jill Nicolini Vnewsletter Sign-up Got something […]

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Thousands Swarm Very Robust Music China Show

Thousands Swarm Very Robust Music China Show

| October 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Apple Invites Larry Fishman To Make Presentation ChordBuddy Reaches 200K Unit Sold Milestone Yamaha’s Powered DBR And Passive CBR Series Loudspeakers Reunion Blues’ RBX Series Double Guitar And Bass Bags Casio Renews Its Partnership With The Crystal Method Music China Achieves Great Success Earlier This Month Hosted by Jill Nicolini Episode No. 189 Vnewsletter Sign-up […]

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MI Spy Goes Rogue

MI Spy Goes Rogue

| October 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Not long ago, I was hired by one of the richest men on the eastern seaboard to scope out a superb, high-end ax for his grandson, who was about to turn 16. I’ve been a covert operative for a number of years now. So, when a man tells me, “Price is no object,” I can […]

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October Digital Edition

October Digital Edition

| October 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

COVER STORIES Stars And Stripes Forever The Retailer celebrates companies that, despite all the possible reasons to move operations offshore, nevertheless manufacture a large percentage of their products right here in the United States. Holiday Sales Guide, Part Two Last month, we featured nearly three dozen products that MI industry manufacturers are convinced will be […]

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Worldwide MI Brand Announces New Globalization Plan

Worldwide MI Brand Announces New Globalization Plan

| October 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

Yamaha Reorganizes ‘One Drum’ Department Peavey Electronics Executes New Globalization Plan Hal Leonard’s Noteflight Software Packages Jean Baptiste’s Alto Saxophone And Closed-Hole Flute St. Louis Music’s Jim Eaton Retires This Month TMP Pro Signs Distribution Deal With Audiofly Hosted by Jill Nicolini Episode No. 188 Vnewsletter Sign-up Got something you think should be on Vnewsletter? […]

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The Retailer Celebrates U.S.A. Manufacturers All Month Long

The Retailer Celebrates U.S.A. Manufacturers All Month Long

| October 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

Pioneer DJ’s DDJ-SX2 Serato Controller Protection Racket’s Cases For Roland’s SPD-S And SPD-SX Galaxy Audio’s New Mic Stands And Speaker Stands Alvarez’s Newly Refined Regent Series RD26 And RD27 E-V Wows Road Show Attendees In New Jersey Sneak Previewing The Retailer’s Upcoming October Issue Hosted by Jill Nicolini Episode No. 187 Vnewsletter Sign-up Got something […]

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Tech Genius Booked for 2015 NAMM Show

Tech Genius Booked for 2015 NAMM Show

| September 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Kaces’ Tweed Hardshell Electric Guitar Case CHAUVET Professional’s COLORado 2-Quad Zoom IP Hal Leonard’s Five Finger Death Punch Tab Book PreSonus’ Greatly Enhanced Progression 3 Steve Wozniak To Speak At NAMM Show The Retailer’s Holiday Sales Guide, Indie Retailer Roundtable Hosted by Jill Nicolini Episode No. 186 Vnewsletter Sign-up Got something you think should be […]

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‘Keys’ To The City

‘Keys’ To The City

| September 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Tucked in between idyllic Marin County—land of good eating, old-school hippie culture and scenic Mount Tamalpais hiking—and Napa County, which is otherwise known as the land of wine and hot springs, lies Sonoma County. A slice of land that comprises the northwestern county in the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area, Sonoma doesn’t get a lot […]

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Progressive’s Still Impressive At 67 Years Young

Progressive’s Still Impressive At 67 Years Young

| September 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Longevity is a true rarity these days across all industries and especially in the music products industry, where new sources of competition, growing economic pressures and an increasingly distracting everyday life are making it harder to gain and retain customers. And yet, despite all that, in the heart of McKeesport PA sits Progressive Music, a […]

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